Mikoyan fighter plane


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Mikoyan fighter plane

  1. 1. Mikoyan-Gurevich<br />Fighter planes<br />
  2. 2. MiG-1<br />Role Fighter <br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich<br />First flight 5 April 1940 <br />Retired 1944? <br />Primary user VVS<br />Produced 1940<br /> Number built 100 + 3 prototypes <br />Variants MiG-3<br />
  3. 3. MiG-3<br />Role Fighter <br />National origin Soviet Union<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich<br /> Designed by Artem Mikoyan and Mikhail Gurevich<br />First flight 29 October 1940 <br />Introduced 1941<br /> Retired 1945<br /> Primary user VVS, PVO, Naval Aviation<br />Produced 1940–41<br />Number built 3,172 <br />Developed from Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-1Variants Mikoyan-Gurevich I-210<br />
  4. 4. MiG-5(DIS)<br />Role Escort fighter <br />National origin Soviet Union<br /> Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich<br />First flight 11 June 1941<br />Status Cancelled<br />Number built 2<br />
  5. 5. MiG 9<br />Role Fighter<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich<br />First flight 24 April 1946 <br />Primary users Soviet Air ForcePLA Air Force<br />Produced 1946-1948<br />Number built 598<br />
  6. 6. Mig 15Mig 15 UTI<br />Role Fighter <br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich<br />First flight 30 December 1947 <br />Introduced 1947 <br />Status Trainers in service <br />Primary users Soviet Air ForcePLA Air ForceKorean People's Air Force41 others <br />Number built ~12,000 + ~6,000 in license <br />Developed into Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17<br />
  7. 7. Mig 17<br />Role Fighter aircraft<br />National origin Soviet Union<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich<br />First flight 14 January 1950 <br />Introduced October 1952 <br />Status Retired <br />Primary users Soviet Air ForcePLA Air ForcePolish Air ForceVietnam People's Air Force<br />Number built 10,603 <br />Developed from Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15<br />Variants PZL-Mielec Lim-6<br />Shenyang J-5<br />
  8. 8. MiG 19<br />Role Fighter <br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich OKB<br /> First flight 18 September 1953 <br />Introduced March 1955<br />Status retired<br /> Primary users Soviet Air ForcePeople's Liberation Army Air Force<br /> Number built 2,172 (excluding production in China) <br />Variants Shenyang J-6Nanchang Q-<br />
  9. 9. MiG 21<br />Role Fighter<br /> Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich OKB<br />Designed by Artem Mikoyan<br />First flight 14 February 1955 (Ye-2) <br />Introduced 1959 (MiG-21F) Retired 1990s (Russia) <br />Status Active <br /> Primary users Soviet Air ForcePolish Air ForceIndian Air ForceRomanian Air Force<br />Produced 1959 (MiG-21F) to 1985 (MiG-21bis) <br />Number built 11,496(10,645 produced in the USSR, 194 in Czechoslovakia, 657 in India)<br /> Variants Chengdu J-7<br />
  10. 10. MiG 23<br />Role Interceptor (M series)Fighter-bomber (B series) <br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich OKB<br />First flight 10 June 1967 <br />Introduced 1970 <br />Status In service with foreign users <br />Primary users Soviet Air ForceIndian Air ForceLibyan Air ForceSyrian Air Force<br />Produced 1967–1985 Number built 5,047 (MiG-23) and <br />Unit cost US$3.6 million/$6.6 million depending on the customer<br /> Variants Mikoyan MiG-27<br />
  11. 11. MiG 25<br />Role Interceptor/Reconnaissance <br />Manufacturer Mikoyan-Gurevich OKB<br />First flight 6 March 1964 <br />Introduced 1970 <br />Status Limited active service <br />Primary users Russian Air ForceAlgerian Air ForceSyrian Air ForceMilitary of Turkmenistan<br />Number built 1,190 <br />Developed into Mikoyan MiG-31<br />
  12. 12. MiG 27<br />Role Attack aircraft<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan OKBHindustan Aeronautics<br />First flight 20 August 1970 <br />Introduced 1975<br /> Status In service with foreign users<br /> Primary users Soviet Air ForceRussian Air ForceIndian Air Force<br />Produced 1970–1986 <br />Number built 1,075 including licensed production <br />Developed from Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23<br />
  13. 13. MiG 29<br />Role Air-superiority fighter, multirole<br /> fighter National origin Soviet UnionRussia<br /> Manufacturer Mikoyan<br />First flight 6 October 1977 <br />Introduced August 1983 Status Active service <br />Primary users Russian Air ForceIndian Air ForceUkrainian Air ForceLuftwaffe<br />Produced 1982–present<br /> Number built 1,600+<br />Unit cost US$29 million<br /> Variants Mikoyan MiG-29MMikoyan MiG-29KMikoyan MiG-3<br />
  14. 14. MiG 29K<br />Role Carrier-based multirole fighter<br />National origin Russia<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan<br />First flight 23 July 1988 <br />Status In production <br />Primary user Indian Navy<br />Produced 2005–present <br />Number built 10 <br />Unit cost US$46.25 million (includ. spares and support)<br />Developed from Mikoyan MiG-29M<br />
  15. 15. MiG 29M/M2MiG 29 SMT<br />Role Multirole Fighter<br />National origin Russia<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan<br />Primary user Russian Air Force<br /> Developed from Mikoyan MiG-29<br />Variants Mikoyan MiG-29KMikoyan MiG-35<br />
  16. 16. MiG 31<br />Role Interceptor aircraft<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan<br />First flight 16 September 1975 <br />Introduced 1982<br />Status Active service <br />Primary users Russian Air ForceKazakhstan Air Force<br />Number built 500 <br />Unit cost US$57-60 million <br />Developed from Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25<br />
  17. 17. MiG 35<br />Role Multirolefighter<br />National origin Russia<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan<br />First flight 2007 <br />Status In Development <br />Number built 3 known completed by June 2010<br /> Developed from Mikoyan MiG-29M<br />
  18. 18. LMFS<br />Role Stealth fighter<br />Manufacturer Mikoyan<br />Status Under development <br />Primary user Russian Air Force<br />
  19. 19. Thank you<br />Vatsal<br />