Three state contracts with the Sukhoi design bureau on the supply of the jets have been already signed, Vladimir Drik said.
Fifty advanced Su-35 Flanker-E multirole fighters, billed as “4++
generation using fifth-generation technology,” more than ten advanced
Su-27SM Flanker multirole jets and five Su-30M2 Flanker-C multirole
fighters are among the aircraft to be supplied.
The Russian Air Force will also receive twenty-five new Su-34 Fullback fighter-bombers in the next few years, the spokesman said.