Sukhoi Su-30MKK

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The Sukhoi Su-30MKK (NATO reporting name: Flanker-G) is a modification of the Sukhoi Su-30, incorporating advanced technology from the Sukhoi Su-35 variant. Su-30MKK was developed by Sukhoi Company (JSC) in 1997, as a result of a direct Request for tender between the Russian Federation and China. It is a heavy class, all-weather, long-range strike fighter, and like the Sukhoi Su-30, comparable to the American McDonnell-Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle. Su-30MK2 is a further improvement to Su-30MKK with upgraded avionics and maritime strike capabilities. The MKK and MK2 are currently operated by the People's Liberation Army Air Force, Indonesian Air Force, Vietnam People's Air Force, Venezuelan Air Force and the Ugandan Air Force.

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  • Indonesia
    • Indonesian Air Force
  • People's Republic of China
    • People's Liberation Army Air Force
    • People's Liberation Army Naval Air Force
  • Uganada
    • Ugandan Air Force
  • Venezuela
    • Venezuelan Air Force
  • Vietnam
    • Vietnam People's Air Force

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