Iak-130

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Iak-130
Yakovlev Yak- 130 (modify).jpg
Lōo-si-ia khong-kun ê iak-130 tsah R-73 khong-tuì-khong tō-tôaⁿ kap hóe-chìⁿ tiàu-chhng
Luī-hîng Lead-in fighter trainer / Light combat aircraft
Kok-tsi̍k lo-si-ià-gí
Tsè-tsō siong Irkut Corporation
Sokol Aircraft Plant
Siet-kè tsi̍p-thuân Yakovlev
Siú-pue 25 April 1996[1]
Tsōng-thài Active
Khí-tshoo iōng-tsiá Russian Air Force
Algerian Air Force
Bangladesh Air Force
Belarusian Air Force
Sing-sán ki-sòo 177 as of 2020[2]
Huat-tián ki-tsióng Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master
Iak-130 teh 2012 nî ê Famborough kok-tsè hâng-tén.

Iak-130 (lo-si-ià-gí: Як-130; eng-gí: Yak-130; Pak-iok tāi-hō: Mitten) sī soo-lên kái-thé liáu-āu gén-tsè ê tē-it khuán kun-iōng-ki, iā-sī tsuân sè-kài siú-khuán ín-ji̍p hēn-tāi tsèn-ki khì-tōng set-kè ê tshù sè-tāi ko-kip phùn-siā kàu-liān ki. Lōo-si-ia tē-gōo tsèn-ki ê pōo-hūn siet-pī kah hâng-tēn ê kà-kòo tō sī tsāi iak-130 tíng-kuân sing tsi̍t-pōo lo̍k-si̍t. Uî iak-lia̍t-hu siet-kè-kio̍k set-kè ê tsi̍t-hîng tshù-im-sok siang-tsō ko-kip kàu-lēn-ki, khin-hîng kong-kik-ki hi̍k sien-tō-hîng tsèn-tàu kàu-lēn-ki. Iak-130 uì 1991-nî khai-sí gén-huat, teh 1996-nî 4-gue̍h 26-li̍t tsìn-hîng siú-pue. Teh 2005-nî, iak-130 the̍h-tio̍h Lōo-si-ia lên-pang tsìng-hú kun-iōng kàu-lēn-ki ê pio-àn, liáu-āu teh 2009-nî tē-it tâi hue-lîng-ki khai-sí tsìn-ji̍p Lo-si-ià khong-kun ho̍k-i̍k. Tsò-uî tsi̍t-tsióng sien-tsìn ê kàu-lēn-ki, iak-130 sī ē-tàng ho̍k-tsè ióng-Iú tsi̍t-kuá 4+ sè-tāi tsèn-ki kap tē-gōo tài Su-57 tsèn-tàu-ki ê ti̍k-tiám. I mā ē-sái tsip-hîng khin-hîng kong-kik kap tsing-tshat (reconnaissance) jīm-bū, ē-sái tsah 3000 kong-kin ê tsèn-tàu hū-tsài.

Tsham-khó bûn-hèn[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  • Butowski, Piotr. "Russian T-Bird". Air International [en], Vol. 83 No. 3, September 2012. pp. 92–95. ISSN 0306-5634. (Eng-gí)
  • Gunston, Bill. Yakovlev Aircraft since 1924. London, UK: Putnam Aeronautical Books, 1997. ISBN-1-55750-978-6. (Eng-gí)

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  1. Taverna, Michael (1 June 1996). "Russian-Italian trainer programme back on course". Interavia Business & Technology. ISSN 1423-3215. goân-loē-iông tī 24 September 2015 hőng khó͘-pih. 22 August 2015 khòaⁿ--ê – via HighBeam Research.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help); Unknown parameter |url-access= ignored (help)
  2. https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2020-02-03/vietnam-places-order-yak-130-trainers