Russian companies demonstrated a series of military aircraft upgrades at the Moscow air show, including new MiG-29 and Su-30 versions, but Deputy Prime Minister Ilya Klebanov says this is the last round of modifications before work starts on a fifth-generation fighter. Although specifications for the advanced aviation system (PAK) are not final, senior Russian industry officials and analysts predict a twin-engine, medium-size fighter with some stealth capability. The design will not ...

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