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  • proper n. A Russian aircraft manufacturer.
  • proper n. A transliteration of a Russian surname.

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  • In a statement on the company website sukhoi. org, Sukhoi director Mikhail Pogosyan said the company planned to develop its fifth-generation fighter program further with India, its biggest client for existing planes.

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  • Sukhoi, which is in talks to sell the planes to the American carriers Delta Air Lines and SkyWest as well as to other Western airlines, hopes to sell 800 Superjets over the next 20 years.

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  • Sukhoi, which is better known for its fighter jets. in an advisory role, Sukhoi is now developing a regional passenger jet, the Superjet.

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  • Under the bilateral agreement signed in October 2007, FGFA is being developed by Sukhoi, which is now part of Russia's United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), along with India's HAL.

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  • President Patil makes history, calls Sukhoi flight 'unique experience'

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  • The twin-stick two seater version of the futuristic multi-role fighter jet for the IAF would be developed by Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) and 'Sukhoi' Corporation, which is part of the Russian integrated aircraft manufacturer UAC on the parity basis.

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  • Interfax reported that $1 billion of the $2 billion deal was for 12 to 15 multifunction fighters such as Sukhoi SU-35s and SU-30s and Yakovlev Yak-130s trainer planes.

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  • While the F-35 was the most expensive option by far, Japanese defense officials say the country's strategic needs outweighed the extra cost burden, noting the debut of two rival stealth prototype fighters—China's J-20 and Russia's Sukhoi T-50.

    Japan Chooses F-35 For Next Generation Fighter Jet

  • While the F-35 was the most expensive option by far, Japanese defense officials say the country's strategic needs outweighed the extra cost burden, noting the debut of two rival stealth prototype fighters: China's J-20 and Russia's Sukhoi T-50.

    Japan Picks Lockheed for Fighter-Jet Upgrade

  • India already uses Dassault's Mirage-2000 aircraft as well as other fighter jets, such as the Sukhoi Su-30MKI and Jaguar.

    India May Sign Fighter Jet Deal by March

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