Yakovlev Yak-130

Training aircraft Yakovlev Yak-130 (Яковлев Як-130)
Deliveries, units, painting and camouflage
Russian, Algerian, Bangladesh, Belarusian and Myanmar air forces

yak130.mariwoj.pl update April 2018

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Air Force of the Russian Federation
Russian Air Force

Algerian Air Force
Algerian Air Force

Bangladesh Air Force
Bangladesh Air Force

Air Force and Air Defence Forces of the Republic of Belarus
Belarusian Air Force

Myanmar Air Force
Myanmar Air Force

Operational (November 2018 status)

Delivered since February 2010

109 - 4 losts = 105

Used to training pilots in Krasnodar Higher Military Aviation School of Pilots (KVVAUL)*, in three training airbases: 209th Aviation Training Airbase @ Borisoglebsk (cadet's training since March 2013), 200th Aviation Training Airbase @ Armawir (cadet's training since May 2016) and Airbase @ Kushchyovskaya [Кущёвская] since November 2018. Few aircrafts were used in training center @ Lipeck** and in Air Academy @ Voronezh.

* Краснодарское высшее военное авиационное училище лётчиков имени Героя Советского Союза Анатолия Константиновича Серова для Вооруженных Сил Российской Федерации = Krasnodar Higher Military Aviation School of Pilots for Armed Forces of Russian Federation, named after Soviet Union Hero Anatoly Constantinovich Serov.
** 4 Центр боевого применения и переучивания лётного состава имени В.П.Чкалова состава ВВС России в Липецке = 4th Center of Combat Applications and Re-training if Flying Personnel in Lipeck, named after V. P. Chkalov.

Borisoglebsk training airbase: 8 + 15 + 18 - 1 crashed + 2 - 1 crashed - 1 crashed = 40

Armavir training airbase: 20 + 12 + 10 + 6 + 4 = 52

Kushchyovskaya training airbase: 10 = 10

Lipeck: 4 - 1 crashed - 2 shifted to Voronezh via Borisoglebsk = 1 (may be anywhere in Russia)

Voronezh: 2 (or more, especially aircrafts from 2011's series 21-28)


2010 May 29: 93 (factory no. 0104) from Lipeck crashed.

2014 April 15: 32 (factory no. 1002) from Borisoglebsk crashed near Akhtubinsk. One pilot died.

2017 June 21: 43 (factory no. 1013) from Borisoglebsk emergency landing without nose gear. Aircraft slightly damaged.

2017 June 21: 55 (factory no. 1120) from Armavir emergency landing on belly without landing gear, on grass field out of the runway. Aircraft slightly damaged.

2017 September 16: 49 (factory no. 1019) from Borisoglebsk crashed.

2018 April 12: .. (factory no. ....) from Borisoglebsk crashed near airfield, during training flight. Pilots safely ejected.

Operational since 2012

16

Operational since December 2015

16 - 3 losts = 13

11 July 2017 102 crashed, pilots survived.

27 December 2017 103 and 105 crashed after mid-air collision, all pilots survived.

Operational since 2015

4

Operational since 2016

8

Operational since December 2017

6

Bases 209th Aviation Training Airbase @ Borisoglebsk
200th Aviation Training Airbase @ Armawir
Aviation Training Airbase @ Kushchyovskaya
Escadron d'entraînement avancée de 2e Escadre d'entraînement @ Méchria Air Base (?) 21st Squadron "Avengers" @ Zahurul Haque AB near Chittagong 116th Guards Attack Air Base @ Lida ?
Dates of delivery (not production!) of serial aircrafts, without prototypes

May 2005 contract between Sokol and MoD for 12 aircrafts.

Preserial (not counting prototypes!) production between 2009 and 2011 is realised by «Sokol» Aircraft Building Plant in Nizhnyi Novgorod (Нижегородский авиастроительный завод «Сокол»).

2010: 4 Lipeck
90 91 92 93
Aircraft no. 93 crashed in 2010.

18 February 2010 - April 2010 90
0103
91
0102
92
0101
93
0104
  • Aircrafts were produced in 2009 and 2010.
  • Aircraft no. 90 first flight 19 May 2009, June 2009 sold by Sokol to MoD, displayed in MAKS-2009 with red numer with blue outline. Later red number with white outline like others from 1st series (91, 92 and 93). In 2011 transferred to Borisoglebsk, then to Voronezh renumbered to 29.
  • Aircraft no. 91 shifted to Borisoglebsk, then to Voronezh renumbered to 30.
  • Aircraft no. 93 crashed 29 May 2010 in Lipeck (after that 90 and 91 were shifted to Borisoglebsk in 2011).

2011: 8 Borisoglebsk
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

  • Aircrafts are out of service since about 2015. Some were seen in Voronezh.
  • In 2018 some were overhauled (121st Factory @ Stariy Gorodok): 21 23 24 30
April 2011 210105
220106
230107
240108
250109
June 2011 260110
270202
280203
  • There's a unexpected gap between aircraft no. 28 from 2011 (factory no. 0203) and 31 (1001) from 2012. But aircrafts nos. 29 and 30 (white with red outline, RF 81670) really exists: are used in Voronezh Air Force Academy for educational purposes (29 inside a classroom!). It's a renumbered no. 90 (factory no. 0101) and 91 (0102) from Lipeck. It must happened before September 2012 when no. 1001 was produced in Irkutsk and get number 31.

Irkut Corporation bought out Yakovlev in 2008, in 2009 formed Engineering Center named after A. S. Yakovlev and shifted production to Russia’s far east - city of Irkutsk, so since 2011 serial production for Algeria, Russia and other countries is realised in «Irkut» Aviation Plant in Irkutsk.

First serial Yak-130 was produced in 2009 in Irkutsk, first flight 19 May 2009, number 134 (4th prototype). It was a pattern for serial production for Algeria - first customer.

2011 December: contract between Irkut and MoD for 55 aircraft until end of 2015 (with option for 10 additional).

2012: 15 Borisoglebsk
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45

4 October 2012 311001
321002
331003
341004
RF-81673
361006
RF-44485
441014
November 2012 351005
371007
RF-44486
381008
391009
401010
451015
December 2012 411011
421012
RF-44497
431013
RF-44496

2013: 18 Borisoglebsk
46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63

May 2013 461016
RF-44494
471017
RF-44492
481018
RF-44491
June 2013 491019
RF-44490
501020
RF-44489
511101
RF-44488
July 2013 521102
RF-44501
531103
RF-44500
541104
RF-44502
September 2013 551105
RF-44570
561106
RF-44571
571107
RF-44572
October 2013 581108
RF-44573
591109
RF-44574
601110
RF-44575
November 2013 611111
RF-44576
621112
RF-44577
631113
RF-44578

2014: 2 Borisoglebsk
64 65

February 2014 64
1114
RF-44579
65
1115
RF-44580
  • Aircrafts were produced and accepted by RuAF in 2013 but delivered in February 2014.
  • Firsts airplanes in Su-30-style camouflage painting.

2014-2015: 20 Armawir
51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

November 2014 51
1116
RF-44504
52
1117
53
1118
RF-44581
54
1119
RF-44582
55
1120
RF-44583
December 2014 61
1206
64
1209
RF-44584
68
1213
RF-81667
69
1214
RF-81668
70
1215
23 January 2015 56
1201
57
1202
59
1204
RF-44589
60
1205
RF-44590
65
1210
RF-81664
31 January 2015 58
1203
62
1207
RF-81662
63
1208
RF-81663
66
1211
RF-81665
67
1212
RF-81666
  • Deliveries were delayed due to the suspension of Yaks after April crash.
  • 10 aircrafts were produced and accepted by RuAF in 2014 but delivered in January 2015.
  • Numbers 64 65 are doubled with delivered earlier to Borisoglebsk, with the same camouflage.

Late 2014 contract between Irkut and MoD for 12 additional aircrafts.

2015: 12 Armawir
57 58 71 72 73 73 75 76 77 78 79 80

October 2015 57
1218
RF-81678
58
1219
71
1216
72
1217
November 2015 73
1220
77
1304
79
1306
80
1307
RF-81689
December 2015 74
1301
RF-81682
75
1302
RF-81683
76
1303
RF-81684
78
1305
  • Option in 2011 contract was for 10, but apparently they've change mind and realised another contract signed in late 2013 / early 2014 (February?) for 12 aircraft for planned aerobatics group. So 12 aircrafts were produced, instead 10.
  • Numbers 57 58 are doubled with delivered earlier to Armavir, with the same camouflage.

2016 April: contract between Irkut and MoD for 30 aircrafts until end of 2018.

2016: 10 Armawir
40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

October 2016 40
1308
41
1309
42
1310
43
1311
RF-81693
November 2016 44
1312
45
1313
46
1314
December 2016 47
1315
48
1316
RF-44445
49
1317

2017: 6 Armawir
01 02 03 04 50 100

May 2017 01
1318
50
1319
100
1320
RF-44448
July 2017 02
1401

since 2018:
02
RF-44450
03
1402
04
1403

2018: 4 Armawir
05 06 07 08

March 2018 05
1404
06
1405
07
1406
08
1407

2018: 10 Kushchyovskaya
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

June 2018 30
1408
32
1410
33
1411
34
1412
Russian Air and Space Force
July 2018 31
1409
35
1413
Russian Air and Space Force
36
1414
Russian Air and Space Force
October 2018 37
1415
Russian Air and Space Force
38
1416
Russian Air and Space Force
39
1417
Russian Air and Space Force

Since June 2018 new markings on tail (Russian VKS [Russian Air and Space Force] instead Russian VVS [Russian Air Force]) and new style of lettering.

End of 2011: 16
NY-11 0102
NY-15 0103
NY-18 0104
NY-22 0105
NY-25 0106
NY-28 0107
NY-31 0108
NY-34 0109
NY-37 0110
NY-41 0111
NY-44 0112
NY-47 0113
NY-51 0114
NY-54 0115
NY-57 0116
NY-61 0117

Contract was signed in 2006.

2015 September-December: 14
101 15101
102 15102
103 15103
104 15104
105 15105
106 15106
107 15107
108 15108
109 15109
110 15110
111 15111
112 15112
113 15113
114 15114
2016: 2
115 15115
116 15116

April 2015: 4
71
72
73
74
September-November 2016: 4
75
76
77
78

2017 February: 3
18 01
18 02
18 03

2017: 3
18 04
18 05
18 06

2018: 6 more
expected more in 2019+

Camouflage

Yakovlev Yak-130 Russian Air Force
2010 Lipeck (produced by Sokol).
Soviet military markings - red stars without blue outline, about 2012 replaced by Russian markings (introduced in March 2010).

Yakovlev Yak-130 Russian Air Force
2011 Borisoglebsk (produced by Sokol).
Still Soviet stars.

Yakovlev Yak-130 Russian Air Force
2012 Borisoglebsk (produced by Irkut)

Yakovlev Yak-130 Russian Air Force
2013 Borisoglebsk (nos. 46-53)

Yakovlev Yak-130 Russian Air Force
2013 Borisoglebsk (nos. 54-63)

Yakovlev Yak-130 Russian Air Force
2014-2017 Borisoglebsk (2 aircrafts), all in Armavir and Kushchyovskaya
Camouflage shapes is identical on all aircrafts.

Yakovlev Yak-130 Algerian Air Force

Camouflage is identical on all aircrafts.

Camouflage is very similar to Russian Yaks from Armavir (since 2014), but only two-tone.

Yakovlev Yak-130 Bangladesh Air Force

Camouflage is identical on all aircrafts.

Yakovlev Yak-130 Belarusian Air Force

Camouflage is identical on all aircrafts.

Yakovlev Yak-130 Myanmar Air Force

Camouflage is identical on all aircrafts.

Drawing is hipothetical on top surfaces due to lack of photos (February 2018).

Yakovlev Yak-130
Distinctive lettering on Russian and Algerian Yaks (also Belarusian but without detached contour).

Yakovlev Yak-130 and Sukhoi Su-30
Su-30SM and Yak-130 comparision.

Notes:
In 2010 (or even earlier) Libya ordered 6 aircrafts. Deliveries were expected in 2011–2012. Order was canceled.
Syria in December 2011 ordered 36 aircrafts (deliveries 2014-2016) before conflict in country. Due to well-known reason both contract were not realised.




Yakovlev Yak-130

Yak-130 (Яковлев Як-130)
Prototypes

01 130

  • Produced by Sokol. Funded by Yakovlev, Sokol and Kaskol.
  • First flight 2004 April 30 (Roman Taskayev)
  • 2003 in Paris static display, green-brown camouflage
  • 2006 darkgreen
  • 2009 grey-lightgrey
  • 2015 blue-grey camouflage
  • 2015 reworked to experimental combat aircraft Yak-130M with a nose-mounted laser targeting system and Belarusian Talisman ECM pods on the wingtips.
  • Still used as prototype
  • Last appearance: MAKS-2017
Yakolvev Yak-130 prototype

02 131

  • Produced by Sokol. Funded by Yakovlev, Sokol and Kaskol.
  • First flight 2005 April 5 (Roman Taskayev)
  • Darkgreen
  • 2013 repainted to white-red scheme
  • Last appearance: MAKS-2017
Yakolvev Yak-130 prototype

03 132

  • Produced by Sokol. Funded by Russian MoD.
  • First flight 2006 March 27 (Oleg Kononyenko and Sergyei Shtcherbina)
  • Grey-lightgrey
  • Crashed 26 July 2006. Pilots survived.

04 133

  • Produced by Sokol
  • First flight 10 July 2008
  • Grey-lightgrey
  • 2012 tested in Akhtubinsk with KAB-500 bombs

75 134

  • First aircraft produced by Irkut - pattern for serial production
  • First flight 21 August 2009
  • Primarily unpainted with number 75, soon grey-lightgrey with number 134
  • 2009 prototype of Algerian Yaks
  • Still used as prototype
  • Last appearance: MAKS-2017
Yakolvev Yak-130 prototype


© 2018 Mariusz Wojciechowski, Słupsk (Poland)