List of active Russian military aircraft

This is a list of active Russian military aircraft currently in service with three branches of the Russian Armed Forces. It also includes lists of Russia's experimental aircraft and aircraft currently under development.

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 [7]
Antonov An-140 Ukraine/Russia Propeller Transport 5 5 [8]
Antonov An-148 Ukraine/Russia Jet Transport 2009 15 15 [9]
Beriev A-50 USSR Jet Command and control 1984 15-19 22 [1][10]
Diamond DA42T Austria Propeller Trainer 2017 9 9 55 on order[1][11]
Eurocopter AS350/AS355 France Rotorcraft Utility 5 5 [1]
Ilyushin Il-18 USSR Propeller Transport 1959 8 8 [12]
Ilyushin Il-20 USSR Propeller Patrol 10 16 [13][14]
Ilyushin Il-22 USSR Propeller Command and control 16 22 [13][14]
Ilyushin Il-62 USSR/Russia Jet Transport 1963 7 18 [15]
Ilyushin Il-76 USSR/Russia Jet Transport 1974 109 247 [1][16]
Ilyushin Il-78 USSR Jet Tanker 1984 19 [1]
Ilyushin Il-82 USSR Jet Command and control 1 2 [17]
Ilyushin Il-80 USSR Jet Command and control 1987 2 4 [18]
Kamov Ka-27 USSR Rotorcraft Attack 1982 6 [1]
Kamov Ka-52 Russia Rotorcraft Attack 2011 101+ [1][19]
Kamov Ka-226 Russia Rotorcraft Utility 2002 36 [1]
Kazan Ansat Russia Rotorcraft Utility 2013 50 50 [1][20]
Let L-410 Turbolet Czech Republic Propeller Transport/Trainer 30 100 [21][22]
Mikoyan MiG-29 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1982 249 [1]
Mikoyan MiG-31 USSR Jet Fighter 1981 132 [1]
Mikoyan MiG-35 Russia Jet Multirole 2019 4 4 6 on order.[23][24][25]
Mil Mi-8/Mi-17 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Transport/Multi-mission 1967/1977 746 [1]
Mil Mi-24/35 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Attack 1972 330 [1]
Mil Mi-26 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Heavy Transport 1983 44 [1]
Mil Mi-28 Russia Rotorcraft Attack 2009 98 [1][26][27]
Mil Mi-38 Russia Rotorcraft Transport 2019 2 2 [28] 2 on order.[29]
Sukhoi Su-24 USSR Jet Attack 1974 274 [1]
Sukhoi Su-25 USSR Jet Attack 1981 194 [1]
Sukhoi Su-27 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1985 229 [1]
Sukhoi Su-30 Russia Jet Multirole 2011 111 111 92 x Su-30SM[30]
19 x Su-30M2[31]
Sukhoi Su-34 Russia Jet Multirole 2014 126 126 [32][33][34]
Sukhoi Su-35S Russia Jet Multirole 2014 92 92 [35][36]
Sukhoi Su-57 Russia Jet Multirole 2019 78 on order[37][38]
Tupolev Tu-22M USSR Jet Bomber 1972 67 [1]
Tupolev Tu-95 USSR Propeller Bomber 1956 42 [1]
Tupolev Tu-134 USSR Jet Trainer/Transport/Patrol 1967 56 156 [39]
Tupolev Tu-154 USSR Jet Transport 1972 18 38 [40]
Tupolev Tu-160 USSR/Russia Jet Bomber 1987 17 [1] 10 on order
Tupolev Tu-214 Russia Jet Reconnaissance/C2 2013 6 6 2 x Tu-214R[41]
2 x Tu-214ON[41]
2 x Tu-214PU-SBUS[42]
Yakovlev Yak-130 Russia Jet Attack/Trainer 2010 110 110 [1]
Yakovlev Yak-152 Russia Propeller Trainer 150 on order[43]
Yakovlev Yak-42 USSR/Russia Jet Transport 2019 1 1 [44]

Russian Naval AviationEdit

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Aero L-39 Albatros Czechoslovakia Jet Trainer 1972 1 1 [1]
Antonov An-12 USSR Propeller Patrol 1959 5 15 [2]
Antonov An-24 USSR Propeller Transport 1959 1 4 [45]
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 [8]
Beriev Be-12 USSR Propeller Patrol 1960s 6 42 [46]
Beriev Be-200 Russia Jet Patrol 2003 1 1 6 on order[47]
Ilyushin Il-18D USSR Propeller Transport 1959 1 [12]
Ilyushin Il-22 USSR Propeller Command and control 2 [13][14]
Ilyushin Il-38 USSR Propeller Patrol 1967 20 51 [48]
Ka-27/28/29 USSR Rotorcraft ASW/Patrol 1982 102 [1]
Kamov Ka-31 Russia Rotorcraft AWAC 1995 3 [1][49]
Kamov Ka-52K Russia Rotorcraft Attack 3 [1]
Mikoyan MiG-29K Russia Jet Carrier-based multirole 2010 22 [1]
Mikoyan MiG-31 USSR Jet Fighter 1981 32 [50]
Mil Mi-8 USSR Rotorcraft Transport 1967 10 [1]
Mil Mi-14 USSR Rotorcraft ASW 1975 60 [50][51][52]
Mi-24/35 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Attack 1972 2 [1]
Sukhoi Su-24 USSR Jet Attack 1974 22 [1]
Sukhoi Su-25UTG USSR Jet Carrier-based trainer 1988 4 4 [1]
Sukhoi Su-27 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1985 18 [50]
Sukhoi Su-30 Russia Jet Multirole 2014 22 22 22 x Su-30SM[53][54]
Sukhoi Su-33 Russia Jet Carrier-based fighter 1998 20 [55]
Tupolev Tu-134 USSR Jet Transport 1967 8 [39]
Tupolev Tu-142 USSR Propeller ASW/Patrol 1972 22 [56]
Tupolev Tu-154 USSR Jet Transport 2 [40]
Yakovlev Yak-130 Russia Jet Attack/Trainer 5 on order, 10 planned[54]

Russian Ground ForcesEdit

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Eleron Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2003 [57]
Eleron-3SV Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2012 [58][59]
Eleron-10 Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2011 [60]
Forpost Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2012 30 [61][62]
Granat Russia UAV Reconnaissance [63]
Granat-2 Russia UAV Reconnaissance [64]
Granat-4 Russia UAV Reconnaissance [65]
Grusha Russia UAV Reconnaissance [66][67]
IAI Bird-Eye Israel UAV Reconnaissance [68]
Korsar Russia UAV Attack/Reconnaissance [69][70]
Navodchik-2 Russia UAV Reconnaissance [71]
Orion Russia UAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2019 1 [72][73][74]
Orlan-10 Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2010 1000 [75]
Orlan-30 Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2020 [76]
Takhion Russia UAV Reconnaissance [77][78][79]
Tipchak Russia UAV Reconnaissance 2008 [citation needed]
Tupolev Tu-243 Russia UAV Reconnaissance 1994 [80]
Yakovlev Pchela Russia UAV Reconnaissance 1990 92 [81]
ZALA 421-08 Russia MAV Reconnaissance 2008 400 [82]
Zastava Russia UAV Reconnaissance [78]

Developmental aircraftEdit

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Alekseyev Orlan Russia Jet Ekranoplan 2027 [83]
Antonov An-12 gunship Russia Propeller Close air support Similar to the Lockheed AC-130[84]
Altius Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2017 2021 3 [85][86]
Beriev A-42 USSR/Russia Jet ASW/SAR 1 To replace the Be-12[87]
Il-78M-90A Russia Jet Tanker 1 [88]
Il-96-400TZ Russia Jet Tanker 2 Based on the Il-96-400T freighter[89]
Beriev A-100 Russia Jet Command and control 2018 2024 1 To replace the A-50[90]
Ilyushin Il-112 Russia Propeller Transport 2019 2021 2 To replace the An-26[91][92]
Ilyushin Il-276 Russia Jet Transport 2023 2026 To replace the An-72 and An-12[93]
Ilyushin Il-106 PAK VTA Russia Jet Transport 2024–2026 To replace the An-124[94][95][96]
Kamov high-speed helicopter Russia Rotorcraft Attack [97]
Kamov Ka-60 Russia Rotorcraft Transport/Utility 2 [citation needed]
Kamov Ka-65 Russia Rotorcraft ASW 1 [98][99]
KB SAT SR-10 Russia Jet Trainer 1 [100][101]
Kronstadt Grom Russia UCAV Loyal wingman Proposed only.
Kronstadt Orion-2 (Helios) Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2024 [102][103]
Kronstadt Sirius Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance [104]
Luch Korsar Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2018 >3 [105][106]
Mikoyan MiG-41 Russia Jet Fighter 2025 To replace the MiG-31[107][108]
Mikoyan LMFS Russia Jet Multirole [109][110][111]
Mikoyan Skat Russia UCAV Attack 2020 [112][113]
Simonov heavy striker drone Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2020 Similar to the General Atomics Avenger[114][115]
Sukhoi S-70 Okhotnik Russia UCAV Attack/Reconnaissance 2025 1 [116][117]
Tupolev PAK DA Russia Jet Bomber 2025 [118]
Tupolev medium-size freighter Russia Jet Transport To replace the An-12[119]
Tupolev PIAK Russia Jet ASW Based on the Tu-214 airliner[120]
Yakovlev VTOL fighter Russia Jet Carrier-based fighter [121][122]

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.[123]
Sukhoi Su-47 Russia Jet Experimental 1 Technology demonstrator which showcased many technologies now used in the Sukhoi Su-57.

See alsoEdit

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