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The Yak-130 is a subsonic advanced trainer and light attack aircraft powered by two 5,512-lb.-thrust ZMKB Progress AI-222-25 or Soyuz RD-2500 turbofans (prototypes used Klimov RD-35 engines). First flight of a prototype took place in 1996, followed by the first flight of a production aircraft in 2004. Thirteen Yak-130s were produced from program launch through 2010. In 2011-20, Yakovlev is forecast to build 168 Yak-130s.