Su-30MKIto gain improved avionics and weapons
Moscow and New Delhi are discussing the modernization of Su-30MKI multirole fighters being assembled in India under Russian license. Indian media report that the program, dubbed the Super 30, has already been approved by the government’s security committee. The upgrade will cover the inclusion of new radar, avionics and the integration of an air-launched version of the Brahmos supersonic missile, Brahmos-A. New Delhi placed the first order for 40 Su-30MKI fighters designed under ...
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