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The Yak-130 is a twin-engine, subsonic advanced trainer and light attack aircraft. It is powered by either the ZMKB Progress AI-222-25 turbofan engine or Soyuz RD-2500 turbofan (prototypes have been equipped with Klimov RD-35 turbofan engines). The first flight of a Yak-130 prototype took place in 1996, followed by the first flight of a production aircraft in 2004. Development and testing have been extended (only about seven Yak-130s were produced through 2009), with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2010 and 153 aircraft forecast to be built in 2010-19.