Interfax-AVN citing sources in the Russian aviation industry said Thursday 7/8, two new Su-30MK2 multirole fighter, built for the Vietnamese Air Force with bearing numbers 8814 and 8815, has been disassembled and put up a super-heavy transport aircraft An-124-100 before traveling to Vietnam in the last 6/8 Wednesday.
Sources said, two Su-30MK2 here are the 5th and 6th Russia handed over to Vietnam within the framework of a contract to supply 12 aircraft of this type roomates signed in August 2013. First four Su-30MK2 (bearing number 8581, 8582, 8583 and 8584) have been delivered to Vietnamese Air Force in October and December 2014.
As planned Earlier, Russia will continue delivering 6 remainder Su-30MK2 to Vietnam before the end of 2015, bringing the total number of advanced fighters of this type in the Vietnamese Air Force up to 36 units.
Earlier, in 1/8 , Vietnam held Also Navy commissioning of two 636 Kilo submarines, named HQ 184 Hai Phong Khanh Hoa and HQ 185, bringing the total number of Kilo submarines in the Vietnamese Navy to 4 units.
The new Kilo submarines, along with Su-30MK2 fighters will Significantly Enhance combat power for Navy and Air Force of Vietnam in combat readiness duty to defend its sovereignty, island of the country.
Two new Su-30MK2 All-weather, long-range strike fighter received by Vietnam, bringing the total number of advanced combat aircraft of this type to be inducted in the Vietnamese Air Force to 30 units.