Russian Air Force Centenary show

Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Captain Skyhawk on Wed 07 Mar 2012, 9:30 pm

Hi,
It would appear that there will be a big show in Moscow this August (11-12) to mark 100 years of the Russian Air Force. Great, you might say, but that is about the information that exists about it (that I can find, anyway). Two tour companies are running trips to it, but they can't agree on where it actually is - Ian Allan Tours say it's at Zhukovsky and Aeroprints say it's at Chakalovskya, which is a transport base to the north east of the city.
Does anyone know any more about this show?. It could be great, but there seems to be nothing else online about it yet unless anyone knows better...

CS
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby nubrawarriors on Mon 12 Mar 2012, 4:04 pm

up and until a month ago it could have been at either base on the weekend of 11/12 or 18/19. But it is at Zhukovsky on 12 th August, which is when I am there. Not sure about Saturday 11th.

Regards Phil
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Captain Skyhawk on Mon 12 Mar 2012, 9:03 pm

Thanks Phil. Have just seen the Frecce schedule hough and it gives both Sat and Sun - and at Chalalovskya: http://www.aeronautica.difesa.it/VETRIN ... a2012.aspx but I don't know when that was last updated.

Cheers,
C S
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Flankerman on Thu 15 Mar 2012, 9:25 am

Don't forget that Chkalovskaya is used as a base for aircraft participating in shows at Zhukovsky (the Russian Knights & Strizhi fly up there from Kubinka during MAKS)

So the Tricolori could be based there - and display at Zhukovsky - (although in the past - eg 2004 - they were based at Zhukovsky)

Plus Chkalovskaya is an operational base - so I doubt they'd hold a show there.

Just thinking out loud...

Ken
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby tu16 on Tue 20 Mar 2012, 9:32 pm

how easy is it to get from Domodedovo to Zhukovsky without your own transport?
tu16

Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Tim Laurence on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 5:40 pm

tu16 wrote:how easy is it to get from Domodedovo to Zhukovsky without your own transport?


Take the express airport train to Paveletskiy (40 minutes). Then use the metro to head eastbound up to Komsomolskaya (3 stops, 15 minutes, brown route). Over the road from this metro station is Kazanskaya main station. Take a stopping service from here to Otdykh (50 minutes, the train is destined for Platforma.47 km). From here there will be a bus shuttle to Zhukovsky events.

Tim
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Flankerman on Tue 27 Mar 2012, 12:47 pm

Red Arrows are now showing as displaying in Moscow on 11/12 August............

First time ever visit to an airshow in Moscow IIRC.

They visited Kubinka and the Russian Knights/Strizhi way back - but AFAIK, they haven't displayed in public in Russia before.

The Frecce Tricolori & Patrouille de France have both displayed at MAKS a few times.

Ken
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Aviamil on Fri 30 Mar 2012, 4:18 pm

Hi,

Some news from the motherland,

The Russian Air Force have invited 115 countries to the celebrations during August, 69 have so far confirmed with 9 display teams also confirmed.

Bare in mind that there will also be an airshow in St.Petersburg & other airfields. So, some of those invited may be split between the two shows & various bases.

On another note a bit late for the show, but in 2015 a new display team will appear equipped with Yak-130 trainers.

See you there.....

Marc
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Kieran on Fri 30 Mar 2012, 7:50 pm

Aviamil wrote:Hi,

Some news from the motherland,

The Russian Air Force have invited 115 countries to the celebrations during August, 69 have so far confirmed with 9 display teams also confirmed.

Bare in mind that there will also be an airshow in St.Petersburg & other airfields. So, some of those invited may be split between the two shows & various bases.

On another note a bit late for the show, but in 2015 a new display team will appear equipped with Yak-130 trainers.

See you there.....

Marc


Sounds promising! Do we know which those 9 teams are which are already confirmed? Hopefully the air display will feature some Russian AF aircraft and not just aerobatic teams...
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Badger199 on Sat 31 Mar 2012, 6:49 pm

Kieran wrote:
Aviamil wrote:Hi,

Some news from the motherland,

The Russian Air Force have invited 115 countries to the celebrations during August, 69 have so far confirmed with 9 display teams also confirmed.

Bare in mind that there will also be an airshow in St.Petersburg & other airfields. So, some of those invited may be split between the two shows & various bases.

On another note a bit late for the show, but in 2015 a new display team will appear equipped with Yak-130 trainers.

See you there.....

Marc


Sounds promising! Do we know which those 9 teams are which are already confirmed? Hopefully the air display will feature some Russian AF aircraft and not just aerobatic teams...


we have no information about aerobatic teams, but their participation have already confirmed the following countries:
1. UK
2. USA
3. Italy
4. Turkey
5. France
6. Poland
7. Finland
8. Israel
9. aerobatic team "Baltic bees"

If u need the information how to get the place (Moscow i mean) u are wellcome with your questions. The closer to the event the more information. Dont forget about the repetitions, guests arriving & Kubinka - the place where Swifts & Russian Knights will be training actively before the event. :rock:
Badger199


Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Aviamil on Fri 13 Apr 2012, 3:32 pm

Hi,

Some more news......

The 'Golden Eagles' that use to fly with 6x Mi-24's in Russia have been reformed and are currently undergoing training for this years show.

This time the team will consit of Mi-28N & Ka-52's, number not known.

Cheers
Marc
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Kieran on Tue 01 May 2012, 12:18 pm

According to http://indrus.in/articles/2012/04/28/ru ... 15628.html , Sukhoi T-50 PAK FA will be on display as well as Russian fighters and a Tu-95MS!

:yahoo: :biggrin:
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby elderforest on Tue 01 May 2012, 8:57 pm

List of types here : http://pravo.gov.ru:8080/page.aspx?13200

Can anyone translate the static & flying participants ?
Ian.
(elderforest).
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Kieran on Wed 02 May 2012, 7:53 am

elderforest wrote:List of types here : http://pravo.gov.ru:8080/page.aspx?13200

Can anyone translate the static & flying participants ?


It's been translated here: http://forum.scramble.nl/viewtopic.php? ... 1&start=15

So judging from that, we can expect these at the event:

Russian Knights
The Swifts
The Golden Eagles- Ka-52 and Mi-28 xTBC
PAK FA Sukhoi T-50 (F)
Tupolev Tu-160 (S)
Tupolev Tu-95MS (F?)
Beriev A-50U (F?)
Sukhoi Su-27SM (F)
Sukhoi Su-30M2 (F)
Sukhoi Su-34 (F)
Sukhoi Su-35 (F)
Sukhoi Su-30CM (S)
Sukhoi Su-25SM (F)
Mikoyan MiG 31 (F)
Mil Mi-28N (F)
Mil Mi-8MTV-5-1 (F)
Mil Mi-8AMTSh (F)
Il Frecce Tricolori (F)
The RAF Red Arrows (F)
The Turkish Stars (F)
Bialo Czerwone Iskry (F)
French AF Rafale Solo (F)
Baltic Bees (F)
Finland- Types TBC
USA- Types TBC
Israel- Types TBC

What a first rumoured line up! Hopefully some Russian AF Su-24s, MiG 29s and maybe a Backfire will join the party too! :yahoo: :biggrin:
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Duxfordian on Wed 02 May 2012, 10:12 am

how safe is it to travel to Russia under your own steam for one of these shows?

Is it still a case of being risky, bribing the law etc? Thinking of doing this show and a general visit to Russia, but dont fancy doing it as a spotters tour.
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Tim Laurence on Wed 02 May 2012, 4:44 pm

Duxfordian wrote:how safe is it to travel to Russia under your own steam for one of these shows?

Is it still a case of being risky, bribing the law etc? Thinking of doing this show and a general visit to Russia, but dont fancy doing it as a spotters tour.


Apart from the language barrier, it is fine. I've never encountered any unsafe situations and never had to take risks. As a tourist, using an accepted visa, there is nothing to stop you attending a public event in Russia.

Kieran has posted an interesting list of potential/planned participants to display at Zhukovsky. However, looking at the link he provided, the highlight of the bunch for me is this.....

6hMi 20-28 "Berkut" 16.18-16.33 Air Group flying wedge

Tim
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby flybynight on Wed 02 May 2012, 6:16 pm

Tim Laurence wrote:
Duxfordian wrote:how safe is it to travel to Russia under your own steam for one of these shows?

Is it still a case of being risky, bribing the law etc? Thinking of doing this show and a general visit to Russia, but dont fancy doing it as a spotters tour.

Apart from the language barrier, it is fine. I've never encountered any unsafe situations and never had to take risks. As a tourist, using an accepted visa, there is nothing to stop you attending a public event in Russia. Tim

Same here. I managed to get to MAKS last year on my own steam and encountered no problems apart from the language, as Tim states. Allow a month to get your visa as it was quite a task just to fill the online forms out correctly. You need to have an invite from an institution to apply, but this can be supplied by your hotel.
Traveling on the Moscow Metro can be a little confusing, but if you take your time and not jump on the 1st train, it is ok. The underground is a tourist attraction in itself. The train journey was pretty simple, although extremely crowded, and you won't have any problem getting from the station to the airfield as the bus shuttles are very well organised. Follow the crowds. Getting the right train tickets was probably the hardest language barrier. Go for the younger cashiers as they were more friendly! The ticket officers at the show spoke English.

I guess if we could get a group together, a minibus would be a better solution! I am seriously thinking of returning for this show just for the SU-35 alone!
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby Thunderbolt120 on Thu 03 May 2012, 9:59 am

PROGRAM
Flight plans to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Russian Federation Air Force, 11, 12 August 2012


ПРОГРАММА
полетов по плану празднования 100 летия Военно-воздушных сил Российской Федерации 11, 12 августа 2012 г.

№ п/п Тип ЛА Время показа Принадлежность Аэродром базирования Прим.
1 6хСу-25 11.00 ВВС Кубинка Проход дымы
2 Проход группы «100»
5хСу-27, 8хМиГ-29,
8х Су-25 11.01 ВВС Чкаловский Проход
3 Программа «Легенды мировой авиации»
Блерио, Ньюпорт, 2хФоккер, Ш-2, 2хПо-2, И-15бис, ДИТ, И-153, Юнкерс-52, И-16, МиГ-3, Як-3, Як-11, Ли-2 (ДС-3), Ме-109, Р-38, Р-40, МС-502 «Моран», Т-6 «Тексан», Як-18А, Спитфайер, Харикейн, F-4 «Корсар», B-25 «Митчел», Р-51 «Мустанг», МиГ-15 ути, А-26 «Инвадер», авиабалет «Лидо» 3 ВС. 11.01 – 14.01 Фонд «Крылатая память Победы» Жуковский По отдельномусценарию
4 6х Л-39 14.02 – 14.16 ДОСААФ
АПГ «Русь» Кубинка Групповой пилотаж
5 4хЯк-130 14.17 ВВС Кубинка Проход
6
Ми-2
14.18 – 14.24 ДОСААФ Жуковский Пилотаж
7 Як-52 14.25 – 14.31 ДОСААФ Клин Пилотаж
8 Ка-52 14.32 – 14.38 ВВС Клин Пилотаж
9 3хТу-22м3 14.39 – 14.41 ВВС Энгельс, Шайковка Проход
3хТу-160
3хТу-95мс
10 Су-31 14.42 – 14.48 ДОСААФ Клин Пилотаж
11 10хТ-1 «Хок»
14.49 – 15.04 Великобритания
«Красные крылья»

Жуковский Групповой пилотаж
12 3хАн-2 15.05 – 15.11 ВВС Клин, Чкаловский, Тверь Проход
Ан-26
Ан-12
Ан-22
Ан-124
Ан-70
Ан-140
13 4хЛ-39 15.12 – 15.27 Латвия «Балтийский пчелы» Жуковский Групповой пилотаж
14 Л-410 15.28– 15.32 ВВС Чкаловский,Тамбов
Тверь Иваново Проход
Ту-134убк
Ил-80
3хИл-76
А-50
15 4хСу-27 15.33 – 15.43 ВВС Кубинка Воздушный бой
16 4хСу-34 15.44 – 15.46 ВВС Липецк
Саваслейка Проход
4хСу-24М
4хМиГ-31
17 Су-34 15.47-15.54 ВВС Липецк Пилотаж
18 ПАК ФА 15.55 – 16.01 МАП Жуковский Пилотаж
19 10хF-5 16.02 – 16.17 Турция «Турецкие звезды» Жуковский Групповой пилотаж
20 6хМи-28 «Беркуты» 16.18 – 16.33 ВВС Клин Групповой пилотаж
21 1хРафаль 16.34 – 16.42 Франция Жуковский Пилотаж
22 Су-30мк 16.43 – 16.51
МАП Жуковский Пилотаж
23 6хТс-11 16.52 – 17.07 Польша «Бело-красные искры» Жуковский Групповой пилотаж
24 Ми-28 17.08– 17.14 МАП Жуковский Пилотаж
25 МиГ-29 овт 17.15 – 17.23 МАП Жуковский Пилотаж
26 5хМк-51 «Хок» 17.24– 17.39 Финляндия «Полуночные ястребы» Жуковский Групповой пилотаж
27 1хF-15 (16) 17.40 – 17.48 США Жуковский Пилотаж
28 8хМиГ29 17.49-17.59
ВВС Кубинка Воздушный бой
29 1хМи-26, 4хМи-8
3хАнсат-У
2хМи-35 18.00 ВВС Клин Проход
30 2хF-15 18.01 – 18.16 Израиль Жуковский Групповой пилотаж
31 10хМв-339 18.17 – 18.32 Италия «Френч Триколори» Жуковский Групповой пилотаж
32 5хСу-27, 4хМиГ-29 18.33 – 18.48 ВВС АГВП «Русские Витязи», «Стрижи» Кубинка Пилотаж
33 Проход группы «100»
5хСу-27, 8хМиГ-29,
8х Су-25 18.49 ВВС Чкаловский Проход
34 6хСу-25 18.50 ВВС Кубинка Проход дымы
Thunderbolt120

Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby DeanW on Thu 03 May 2012, 10:27 am

Here's an English version..

1 11.00 6x Su-25 Kubinka flypast
2 1x Su-100, 5x Su-27, 8x MiG-29,8x Su-25 Chkalovsky flypast
3 11.01/14.01 De "Legends van de wereldwijde luchtvaart"

Bleriot, Newport, 2x Fokker, W-2, 2x Po-2, I-15bis, CIO-153, Ju-52, I-16, MiG-3, Yak-3, Yak-11, Li-2 (DS- 3), Me-109, F-38, F-40, MC-502, "Moran", T-6 "Teksan" Yak-18A, Spitfire, Harikeyn, F-4 "Corsair», B-25 "Mitchell" , P-51 "Mustang", MiG-15, Uchi, A-26 "Invader", aviabalet "Lido"

4 14.02/14.16 4x L-39 1 DOSAAF APG "Rusland" acrobatiek Kubinka Group
5 14.17 4x Yak-130 Kubinka flypast
6 14.18/14.24 Mi-2 Zhukovsky
7 14.25/14.31 Yak-52 DOSAAF
8 14.32/14.38 Ka-52
9 14.39/14.41 3x Tu-22M3, 3x Tu-160, 3x Tu-95MS Engels flypast
10 14.42/14.48 Su-31 DOSAAF
11 14.49/15.04 10x Red Arrows
12 15.05/15.11 3x An 12, AN-26, An-12, An-22, AN-124, AN-70, An-140 Chkalovsky, Tver flypast
13 15.12/15.27 4x Baltic Bees
14 15.28/15.32 1x L-410, Tu-134UBK, Il-80, 3x Il-76, A-50 Chkalovsky, Tambov, Tver, Ivanovo flypast
15 15.33/15.43 4x Su-27 Kubinka air battle !
16 15.44/15.46 4x Su-34, 4x Su-24M, 4x MiG-31 Lipetsk flypast
17 15.47/15.54 Su-34s Lipetsk Air Force Aerobatics
18 15.55/16.01 Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA
19 16.02/16.17 10x F-5 Turkish Stars
20 16.18/16.33 6x Mi-28 Golden Eagles team (Berkut)
21 16.34/16.42 1x Rafale FAF
22 16.43/16.51 Su-30MK Zhukovsky
23 16.52/17.07 6x TS11 Team Iskra Poland
24 17.08/17.14 Mi-28
25 17.15/17.23 MiG-29 OVT 17 Zhukovsky
26 17.24/17.39 5x Hawk Midnight Hawks
27 17.40/17.48 F-15/16 USAF ???
28 17.49/17.59 8x MiG-29 Kubinka air battle !
29 18.00 1x Mi-2, 3x Ansat-U,2x Mi-35 flypast
30 18.01/18.16 2x F-15 Israel ??
31 18.17/18.32 10x MB339 Frecce Tricolori
32 18.33/18.48 5x Su-27/4x MiG-29 Russian Knights
33 18.49 1x Su-100, 5x Su-27, 8x MiG-29, 8x Su-25 flypast Chkalovsky
34 18.50 6x Su-25 flypast Kubinka


One hell of an impressive lineup!
DeanW

Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby st24 on Thu 03 May 2012, 11:16 am

Nyah, looks ok...
You caaan't trust the system... Maaan!
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby AARDVARK on Sat 05 May 2012, 4:21 am

Looks like an amazing show,with the flypasts of the rare stuff.

Myself and another enthusiast are planning on travelling out on the friday(10th),2 days at the show and then heading back on the 13th,if any other peeps are up for the trip,(know some tour operators are organising trips but its for longer and costing over £1,000,which is fine if you want to go down that route), but it can be done "ad hoc" so to speak.

Be good to get a group of us together.

:biggrin:
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby spaceward on Tue 15 May 2012, 12:39 pm

Hello to all at the airshow.co.uk forum.

This is my first post so I hope I'm going about things the right way.

I've visited MAKS over the past 10 years sorting flights , hotels , MAKS tickets etc doing everything myself and have had no problems what so ever. The language thing can prove a bit difficult some times but if you make the effort with a few words of Russian most people seem very happy to help.

Suffice to say I've booked my flights and hotel ready for the 100th Anniversary show but as yet have had no luck in tracking down any web sites with any info on the event for ticket prices , aircraft displays etc. Someone I know at Kamov says that it will be a 2 day show , on 11 August there will be the show The Legends of World Air Force and on 12 August there will be the show The Common Sky. Apart from that I know nothing.

Where have the details regarding displaying Aircraft come from ? Can anyone pass on any details / links of these sites ?

Thanks in advance for any help and if I find anything else out I'll be putting it up on the forum.

Best rergards,
Ian
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Re: Russian Air Force Centenary show

Postby frank on Tue 15 May 2012, 6:01 pm

spaceward wrote:Hello to all at the airshow.co.uk forum.

This is my first post so I hope I'm going about things the right way.

I've visited MAKS over the past 10 years sorting flights , hotels , MAKS tickets etc doing everything myself and have had no problems what so ever. The language thing can prove a bit difficult some times but if you make the effort with a few words of Russian most people seem very happy to help.

Suffice to say I've booked my flights and hotel ready for the 100th Anniversary show but as yet have had no luck in tracking down any web sites with any info on the event for ticket prices , aircraft displays etc. Someone I know at Kamov says that it will be a 2 day show , on 11 August there will be the show The Legends of World Air Force and on 12 August there will be the show The Common Sky. Apart from that I know nothing.

Where have the details regarding displaying Aircraft come from ? Can anyone pass on any details / links of these sites ?

Thanks in advance for any help and if I find anything else out I'll be putting it up on the forum.

Best rergards,
Ian

Hi Ian
very interested in joining a group going out friday and coming back monday - was thinking of doing it on our own but a bit wary on travelling to airshow on our own
frank

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