Project T10V

Tactical (frontline) bomber Su-34

IB for Istryebityel Bombardirovshchik = Fighter Bomber
R for Razvyedchik = Reconaissance
FN was a export name of maritime version = Fighter for Navy (?)

Manufacturer:

Новосибирское авиационное производственное объединение им. В.П. Чкалова
Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association named after V.P. Chkalov (NAPO)
NAPO
(since 2013 "НОВОСИБИРСКИЙ АВИАЦИОННЫЙ ЗАВОД им. В.П. ЧКАЛОВА" = Novosibirsk Aircraft Plant named after V.P. Chkalov, NAZ)


Prototypes and preproduction (Su-27IB, Su-32FN, Su-32, Su-34)

Designation Type Year Bort numberNotes
T10V-1 1st prototype 04.1990 42

Strike fighter Su-27IB was built from T10-39 (Su-27UB) with new radar and huge airframe modification. It's a two-seater with seats side-by-side. First flight by design bureau's test pilot A.A. Ivanov.


Prototype of Sukhoi Su-27IB, 1990


Prototype of Sukhoi Su-27IB, rebuilt some years later.

T10V-2 2nd prototype 12.1993 43 First flight by design bureau's test pilots I.V. Votintsev and Ye.G. Revunov.


Prototype of Sukhoi Su-32, 12.1993

T10V-3 static-test airframe 1994 ? none

Airframe used to destructive static-tests.

T10V-5 preproduction 12.1994 45

Maritime patrol and strike fighter, known for export as Su-32FN, with MAD in tail instead of rear-looking radar.

In June 1995, having been renamed to the Su-32, the aircraft was for the first time shown abroad Russia at the Paris Air Show. In the summer of 1999, was used to establish 7 world records of lifting loads to high altitude.


Prototype of Sukhoi Su-32. Number 349 is from Paris Air Show @ Le Bourget.

T10V-4 preproduction 12.1996 44 Known as Su-32FN, proposed to China and India in MAKS 2007.
T10V-6 preproduction 12.1997 46 Since 1999 tested on Akhtubinsk air-range.

In 2011 (maybe earlier) aircraft was shifted to Voronezh Aircraft Engineering University.

T10? prototype 1997 ?

Prototype of reconaissance Su-27R for Russian air force; first flight 1997 by pilot Oleg Coj (Tsoy); intended to replace Su-24MR and MiG-25RB; no furter details and any photo.

T10V-7 preproduction 12.2000 47 Since 1999 tested on Akhtubinsk air-range.
T10V-8 preproduction 12.2003 48

Pattern to serial production of tactical bomber Su-34. Note that Su-34 is only aircrafts from Su-27/30 family equipped with radar developed by NPO Leninyets from St.Petersburg.


1st series 2004-2009

Designation Type Year Bort number Notes
T10V
or
T10VS (S for serial)
izdyelye 66
serial Su-34 2004-2009 2006: 01 02
2009: 03 04 05

Since the year 2004, the Novosibirsk facility produced a development batch of five Su-34 aircrafts.
First two aircrafts (01 and 02 = T10V-9 and T10V-10) were 12.2006 delivered to Russian air force.
Aircraft 02 in 2007 and 2008 was tested in Lipyetsk in 4 Cyentr Boyevovo Primyenyenya i Pyeryeuchivaniya Lyotnovo Sostava (TsBPiPLS) [4th Centre of Combat Applications and Retraining of Flying Personnel].
Third T10V-11 aircraft 03 was delivered in beginning of the year (February?) 2009, fourth T10B-12 04 and fifth T10V-13 05 aircrafts in 12.2009. They were used in test centres.


Serial Sukhoi Su-34, 12.2006.


Serial since 2010

2008 contract for 32 serial aircrafts

2012 contract for 92 serial aircrafts.


Serial Sukhoi Su-34, 12.2011. Ugly painting scheme, called "aubergine, eggplant", applied between 2011 and 2013.


Serial Sukhoi Su-34, 12.2012.


Serial Sukhoi Su-34, 2017.


Sukhoi Su-34 from GLITs with Sych side-looking reconaissance pod, January 2018.

T10V-

prod. series
(number of aircrafts)

bort number

year

unit

14

2nd series
(10 aircrafts)

06

2010

47th Composite Guards Aviation Regiment, 1 sqn @ Baltimor (Voronezh)

15

07

16

08

17

09

18

01

2011

19

02

20

03

21

04

22

05

23

10

24

3rd series
(10 aircrafts)

11

2012

25

12

26

20

27

21

28

22

47th Composite Guards Aviation Regiment, 2 sqn @ Baltimor (Voronezh)

29

23

2013

30

24

31

25

32

26

33

27

34

4th series
(10 aircrafts)

28

35

34

2012

Akhtubinsk, 929th GLITs

36

29

2013

47th Composite Guards Aviation Regiment, 2 sqn @ Baltimor (Voronezh)

37

30

38

31

39

01

559th Frontal Bomber Aviation Regiment, 1st sqn @ Morozovsk (Rostov)

40

02

41

03

42

04

43

05

44

5th series
(20 aircrafts)

06

45

07

46

08

47

09

48

10

2014

49

11

50

12

51

14

559th Frontal Bomber Aviation Regiment, 2nd sqn @ Morozovsk (Rostov)

52

15

53

16

54

17

55

18

56

19

57

20

58

21

59

22

60

24

61

25

62

27

63

35

Akhtubinsk, 929th GLITs

64

6th series
(16 aircrafts)

28

559th Frontal Bomber Aviation Regiment, 3rd sqn @ Morozovsk (Rostov)

65

31

66

34

2015

67

35

68

36

69

37

70

38

71

39

72

40

73

41

74

42

75

10

Oleg Peshkov

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

76

32
(11)

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

77

43

559th Frontal Bomber Aviation Regiment, 3rd sqn @ Morozovsk (Rostov)

78

12

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

79

14
(11)

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

80

7th series
(14 aircrafts)

15

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

81

16

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

82

17

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

83

18

Lipyetsk, 4th Centre for Combat Emloyement and Retraining of Flying Personnel

84

01

2016

227th Frontal Bomber Aviation Regiment, 1 sqn @ Khurba (Komsomolsk-on-Amur)

85

02

86

03

87

04

88

05

89

06

90

07

91

09

92

10

93

11

94

8th series
(20 aircrafts)

12

95

14

96

20

227th Frontal Bomber Aviation Regiment, 2 sqn @ Khurba (Komsomolsk-on-Amur)

97

21

98

22

99

23

100

24

2017

101

25

102

27

103

29

104

30

105

31

106

32

107

33

108

34

109

36

110

01

2nd Guards Bomber Aviation Regiment @ Shagol (Chelyabinsk)

111

02

112

03

113

04

114

9th series
(20 aircrafts)

05

115

06


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