Large twin-engine fighter under development by Sukhoi, designed to compete with the stealth capability of Lockheed Martin's F-22 and F-35. The $8-10 billion estimated program costs are to be split between India and Russia. Total program requirements for the two countries could reach 500 aircraft. A prototype T-50 made its first flight in January 2010, powered possibly by a derivative of the Saturn 117S afterburning turbofan. Other reports have the fighter being powered by an all-new engine ...
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