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List of active Russian military aircraft

This is a list of active Russian military aircraft.

Contents

Russian Air ForceEdit

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Aero L-39 Albatros Czechoslovakia Jet Trainer 1972 200 200 [1]
Antonov An-12 USSR Propeller Transport/Patrol 1959 62 106 [2]
Antonov An-22 USSR Propeller Transport 1969 5 11 [3]
Antonov An-26 USSR Propeller Transport/Patrol 1969 ~120 203 [4]
Antonov An-30 USSR Propeller Patrol 1970 14 18 [5]
Antonov An-72 USSR Jet Transport 1977 27 38 [6]
Antonov An-124 USSR Jet Transport 1986 12 26 Currently being upgraded[7][8]
Antonov An-140 Ukraine/Russia Propeller Transport 5 5 [9]
Antonov An-148 Ukraine/Russia Jet Transport 2009 15 15 [10]
Beriev A-50 USSR Jet Command and control 1984 10 24 Currently being upgraded[11][12]
Diamond DA42T Austria Propeller Trainer 2017 3 3 35 ordered[13]
Eurocopter AS350/AS355 France Rotorcraft Utility 2 2 [1]
Ilyushin Il-18 USSR Propeller Transport 1959 8 8 [14]
Ilyushin Il-20 USSR Propeller Patrol 10 16 [15][16]
Ilyushin Il-22 USSR Propeller Command and control 16 22 [15][16]
Ilyushin Il-62 USSR/Russia Jet Transport 1963 7 18 [17]
Ilyushin Il-76 USSR/Russia Jet Transport 1974 ~125 247 [18]
Ilyushin Il-78 USSR Jet Tanker 1984 19 23 [19]
Ilyushin Il-82 USSR Jet Command and control 1 2 [20]
Ilyushin Il-80 USSR Jet Command and control 1987 2 4 [21]
Kamov Ka-27 USSR Rotorcraft Attack 1982 7 [1]
Kamov Ka-50 Russia Rotorcraft Attack 1995 12 12 [22]
Kamov Ka-52 Russia Rotorcraft Attack 2011 100+ [23][24]
Kamov Ka-226 Russia Rotorcraft Utility 2002 40 [citation needed]
Kazan Ansat Russia Rotorcraft Utility 2013 50 50 [25]
Let L-410 Turbolet Czech Republic/Russia Propeller Transport 29 99 [26]
Myasishchev M-55 USSR Jet Reconnaissance 1988 1 5 [27]
Mikoyan MiG-29 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1982 ~120 256 To be replaced by the MiG-35[1][28]
Mikoyan MiG-31 USSR Jet Fighter 1981 135 247 Currently being upgraded[28][1][29]
Mikoyan MiG-35 Russia Jet Multirole 2019 2 2 [30]
Mil Mi-8/Mi-17 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Attack/Transport 1967/1977 684 [1]
Mil Mi-24/35 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Attack 1972 325 [1]
Mil Mi-26 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Transport 1983 35 [1]
Mil Mi-28 Russia Rotorcraft Attack 2009 about 90 [1][31]
Mil Mi-38 Russia Rotorcraft Transport 2019 [32]
Sukhoi Su-24 USSR Jet Attack 1974 120+ To be replaced by the Su-34[33][34]
Sukhoi Su-25 USSR Jet Attack 1981 196 Currently being upgraded[1][35]
Sukhoi Su-27 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1985 ~192 ~300 [28][36]
Sukhoi Su-30 Russia Jet Multirole 2011 112 112 92 x Su-30SM[37]
20 x Su-30M2[38]
Sukhoi Su-34 Russia Jet Multirole 2014 122 122 [39]
Sukhoi Su-35S Russia Jet Multirole 2014 84 84 [40][41]
Sukhoi Su-57 Russia Jet Multirole 2019 78 on order[42][43]
Tupolev Tu-22M USSR Jet Bomber 1972 60 Currently being upgraded[1][44]
Tupolev Tu-95 USSR Propeller Bomber 1956 60 Currently being upgraded[45][46]
Tupolev Tu-134 USSR Jet Trainer/Transport/Patrol 1967 56 156 [47]
Tupolev Tu-154 USSR Jet Transport 1972 18 38 [48]
Tupolev Tu-160 USSR/Russia Jet Bomber 1987 16 17 Currently being upgraded[1][49]
Tupolev Tu-214 Russia Jet Reconnaissance/C2 2013 6 6 2 x Tu-214R[50]
2 x Tu-214ON[50]
2 x Tu-214PU-SBUS[51]
Yakovlev Yak-130 Russia Jet Attack/Trainer 2010 105 109 [52]
Yakovlev Yak-152 Russia Propeller Trainer 150 on order[53]

Russian Naval AviationEdit

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Aero L-39 Albatros Czechoslovakia Jet Trainer 1972 4 4
Antonov An-12 USSR Propeller Patrol 1959 5 15 [2]
Antonov An-24 USSR Propeller Transport 1959 1 4 [54]
Antonov An-26 USSR Propeller Transport 1969 26 46 [4]
Antonov An-72 USSR Jet Transport 1977 6 8 [6]
Antonov An-140 Ukraine/Russia Propeller Transport 4 4 [9]
Beriev Be-12 USSR Propeller Patrol 1960s 6 42 [55]
Ilyushin Il-18D USSR Propeller Transport 1959 1 [14]
Ilyushin Il-22 USSR Propeller Command and control 2 [15][16]
Ilyushin Il-38 USSR Propeller Patrol 1967 20 51 Currently being upgraded[56][57]
Kamov Ka-27 USSR Rotorcraft Attack 1982 79 Currently being upgraded[58][59][60]
Kamov Ka-29 USSR Rotorcraft Naval Assault 1984 16 [61][62]
Kamov Ka-31 Russia Rotorcraft Patrol 1995 2 [63]
Kamov Ka-52K Russia Rotorcraft Attack 4 [64]
Mikoyan MiG-29K Russia Jet Carrier-based Multirole 2010 23 23 [28]
Mikoyan MiG-31 USSR Jet Fighter 1981 24 [65]
Mil Mi-8 USSR Rotorcraft Transport/Patrol 1967 17
Mil Mi-14 USSR Rotorcraft ASW 1975 60 [65][66][67]
Sukhoi Su-24 USSR Jet Attack 1974 48 [1]
Sukhoi Su-25UTG USSR Jet Carrier-based Trainer 1988 7 7 [68]
Sukhoi Su-27 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1985 18 [69]
Sukhoi Su-30 Russia Jet Multirole 2014 22 22 22 x Su-30SM[70][71]
Sukhoi Su-33 Russia Jet Carrier-based Fighter 1998 20 [72]
Tupolev Tu-134 USSR Jet Transport 1967 8 [47]
Tupolev Tu-142 USSR Propeller Patrol/Anti-submarine 1972 22 27 Currently being upgraded[73][74][75]
Tupolev Tu-154 USSR Jet Transport 2 [48]
Yakovlev Yak-130 Russia Jet Attack/Trainer 5 on order, 10 planned[71]

Russian Ground ForcesEdit

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Eleron Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2003 [76]
Eleron-3SV Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2012 [77][78]
Eleron-10 Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2011 [79]
Forpost Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2012 30 [80][81]
Granat UAV Russia UAV Reconnaissance [82]
Granat-2 Russia UAV Reconnaissance [83]
Granat-4 Russia UAV Reconnaissance [84]
Grusha UAV Russia UAV Reconnaissance [85][86]
IAI Bird-Eye Israel UAV Reconnaissance [87]
Korsar UAV Russia UAV Attack/Reconnaissance [88][89]
Navodchik-2 Russia UAV Reconnaissance [90]
Orlan-10 Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2010 1000 [91]
Takhion Russia UAV Reconnaissance [92][93][94]
Tipchak Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2008 [95]
Tupolev Tu-243 Russia UAV Reconnaissance 1994 [96]
Yakovlev Pchela Russia UAV Reconnaissance 1990 92 [97]
ZALA 421-08 Russia MAV Reconnaissance 2008 400 [98]
Zastava UAV Russia UAV Reconnaissance [93]

Developmental aircraftEdit

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Alekseyev Orlan Russia Jet Ekranoplan 2027 [99]
Antonov An-12 gunship Russia Propeller Close air support Similar to the Lockheed AC-130[100]
Altius-M Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 3 [101][102]
Beriev A-100 Russia Jet Command and control 2020 1 To replace the A-50[103][104]
Ilyushin Il-112 Russia Propeller Transport 2019 2 To replace the An-26 and An-12[105]
Ilyushin Il-276 Russia Jet Transport 2023 To replace the An-72[106]
Ilyushin Il-106 PAK VTA Russia Jet Transport 2024–2026 To replace the An-124[107][108][109][110]
Kamov high-speed helicopter Russia Rotorcraft Attack [111]
Kamov Ka-60 Russia Rotorcraft Transport/Utility 2 [citation needed]
Kamov Ka-65 Russia Rotorcraft ASW [112][113]
KB SAT SR-10 Russia Jet Trainer 1 [114][115]
Luch Korsar Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2018 >3 [116][117]
Mikoyan MiG-41 Russia Jet Fighter 2025 To replace the MiG-31[118][119][120]
Mikoyan LMFS Russia Jet Multirole [121][122][123]
Mikoyan Skat Russia UCAV Attack 2020 [124][125]
Orion-E Russia UAV Attack/Reconnaissance 1 [126][127][128]
Simonov heavy striker drone Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2020 Similar to the General Atomics Avenger[129][130]
Sukhoi Okhotnik Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2020 1 [131][132]
Tupolev PAK DA Russia Jet Bomber 2025 [133]
Tupolev medium-size freighter Russia Jet Transport To replace the An-12[134]
Yakovlev VTOL fighter Russia Jet Carrier-based fighter [135][136]

Experimental aircraftEdit

Aircraft Origin Class Role No. Notes
Beriev A-60 Russia Jet Experimental 2 Airborne laser weapon under the Sokol Eshelon program.
Mikoyan MiG-33 Russia Jet Experimental 6 Proposed single-engine variant of the Mikoyan MiG-29.
Mikoyan Project 1.44 Russia Jet Experimental 1 Proposed fifth-generation jet fighter.
Sukhoi Su-37 Russia Jet Experimental 2 Supermaneuverable multirole demonstrator.[137]
Sukhoi Su-47 Russia Jet Experimental 1 Technology demonstrator which showcased many technologies now used in the Sukhoi Su-57, for example s-duct engine intakes.

See alsoEdit

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