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this footage is not of the first flight.
ok pak-fa already doing some high g maneuver and our tejas still not able to show cobra maneuver etc,,,
by the way shiv where is lsp-5and experimental lsp-6
A beautiful aircraft :)Waiting to see how the production variant will be.
Thanx for the show…
A grand design it is going to be.
So graceful! Matchless!!
Salute to the Russian designers.
– nanovacuum (US)
I think only mig 29 is capable of cobra. Any way nice video. thanks shiv
I just love those movable rudders. This should further add to the maneuverability of the aircraft.
How you doing? This is a great discovery! I have one question, would really appreciate if you answer this. With FGFA, does it have all aspect stealth or we are just going to have what is shown in this video, albeit two seats?
Should we really go for more Russian junk ?
Just reminding you that this week is LCA TEJAS week. So, eagerly awaiting the updates on the TEJAS.
we must admit that russians are going very fast on testing….they have already started low altitude sharp turns…its a good sign
Amazing plane. IAF is lucky to get this. It will be a game changer. PLAAF and PAF are in for a shock. Indians should be grateful that Russia will share their latest goodies with them. I know this question has been asked: when IAF can have this why go for the MMRCA aircraft? the cavet being that the LCA MkII is ready on time.
Bharath @ 8:41 AM
The prototype Su T-50 PAK FA undergoing flight testing at present, reveals to have directional stealth only and not all-aspect stealth. However, this is only a prototype n what the actual production model will be like, we as yet do not know. Also, what is not yet clearly known is whether it will have wideband stealth or narrowband stealth.
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