This is a list of Russian military aircraft in service in three branches of the Russian Armed Forces and in the National Guard of Russia. It also includes lists of Russia's experimental aircraft and aircraft in development.

Russian Air Force

Main article: Russian Air Force

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Multirole/Fighter aircraft
Mikoyan MiG-29 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1982 87[1] 87[1] 70 MiG-29/MiG-29UB, 15 MiG-29SMT and 2 MiG-29UBT in service.[1]
Mikoyan MiG-31 USSR Jet Interceptor 1981 90 90 90 MiG-31BM in service.[1]
Mikoyan MiG-35 Russia Jet Multirole 2019 6 6 6 MiG-35S/UB are due to enter service at the end of 2021.[1][2][3][4]
Sukhoi Su-27 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1985 101 101 12 Su-27, 18 Su-27UB, 47 Su-27SM and 24 Su-27SM3 in service.[1]
Sukhoi Su-30 Russia Jet Multirole 2012 110 110 91 Su-30SM and 19 Su-30M2 in service.[1]
Sukhoi Su-34 Russia Jet Multirole 2006 144 144 132 Su-34 and at least 12 Su-34M. A total of 24 Su-34M on order.[1][5][6][7][8] First deliveries reported at end of 2021.[1][9][10][11]
Sukhoi Su-35 Russia Jet Multirole 2013 106 106 106 Su-35S in service.[1][12] A total of 27 on order.[5][13]
Sukhoi Su-57 Russia Jet Multirole 2020 5 5 A total of 76 on order.[14] As of May 2022, 5 have been delivered to the 929th State Flight Test Centre at Akhtubinsk.[15][16][17][18][1]
Mikoyan PAK DP Russia Jet Interceptor 2025-2028 0 0 Succesor to the ageing Mikoyan MiG-31 interceptor. It is said to incorporate stealth into its suite, with a very long range radar and missiles that can shoot down satellites. It is rumored that enlarged Saturn izdeliye 30 engines will power it. According to Rostec Corporation it had entered developmental phase before January 2021, and remains under this status as of November 2022.
Attack aircraft
Sukhoi Su-24 USSR Jet Attack 1975 273 273 [6]
Sukhoi Su-25 USSR Jet Attack 1981 192 192 [6]
Transport aircraft
Antonov An-12 USSR Propeller Transport/Patrol 1959 59 104 [19][6]
Antonov An-22 USSR Propeller Transport 1969 3 11 [20][6]
Antonov An-26 USSR Propeller Transport/Patrol 1970 116 190 [21][6]
Antonov An-72 USSR Jet Transport 1977 31 39 [22][6]
Antonov An-124 USSR Jet Transport 1986 4 26 1 on order[23][6]
Antonov An-140 Ukraine/Russia Propeller Transport 2002 4 5 [24][6]
Antonov An-148 Ukraine/Russia Jet Transport 2009 15 15 [6]
Ilyushin Il-18 USSR Propeller Transport 1958 3 3 [25][6]
Ilyushin Il-62 USSR/Russia Jet Transport 1967 8 11 [26]
Ilyushin Il-76 USSR/Russia Jet Transport 1974 120 120 20 on order[6]
Tupolev Tu-134 USSR Jet Transport/Trainer/Patrol 1967 43 147 [27][6]
Tupolev Tu-154 USSR Jet Transport 1970 3 20 [28][6]
Let L-410 Turbolet Czechoslovakia Propeller Transport/Trainer 1970 53 107 2 on order[29][30][6]
Trainer aircraft
Diamond DA42 Austria Propeller Trainer 2017 35 35 35 DA42T in service[1]
Aero L-39 Albatros Czechoslovakia Jet Trainer 1974 118[1] 181[6]
Yakovlev Yak-130 Russia Jet Trainer 2009 109+ 109+ 109+ combat capable Yak-130 in service.[1][31] 25 on order.[6][5]
Bombers
Tupolev Tu-22M USSR Jet Bomber 1973 66 66 [6]
Tupolev Tu-95 USSR Turboprop Bomber 1956 42 42 [6]
Tupolev Tu-160 USSR/Russia Jet Bomber 1987 15 15 10 on order[6]
Special aircraft
Antonov An-30 USSR Propeller Patrol 1970 15 15 [6][32]
Beriev A-50 USSR Jet Command and control 1984 15 15 [6]
Ilyushin Il-20/22 USSR Propeller Patrol/Command and control 1969/1971 25 25 [6][33][34]
Ilyushin Il-78 USSR Jet Tanker 1984 20 20 10 on order[6]
Ilyushin Il-80 USSR Jet Command and control 1992 3 3 [35][6]
Tupolev Tu-214 Russia Jet Command and control/ Reconnaissance 2013 6 6 2 x Tu-214R[36]
2 x Tu-214ON[36]
2 x Tu-214PU-SBUS[37]
UCAV
Sokol Altius Russia Propeller Attack/Reconnaissance 2021 3 3 [38]
Helicopter
Kamov Ka-27 USSR Rotorcraft Attack 1982 6 6 [6]
Kamov Ka-52 Russia Rotorcraft Attack 2011 116 116 40 on order[6][39][40][41]
Kamov Ka-226 Russia Rotorcraft Utility 2003 36 36 [6]
Kazan Ansat Russia Rotorcraft Utility 2013 50 50 [6]
Mil Mi-2 Polish People's Republic Rotorcraft Transport 1965 43 43 [6][42]
Mil Mi-8/Mi-17 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Transport/Utility 1967 788 788 10 on order[6]
Mil Mi-24/35 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Attack 1972 328 328 [6]
Mil Mi-26 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Transport 1985 44 44 [6]
Mil Mi-28 Russia Rotorcraft Attack 2006 112 112 105 on order[43][6][44][45][46]
Mil Mi-38 Russia Rotorcraft Transport 2019 2 2 2 on order[47][48][6]
Eurocopter AS350/AS355 France Rotorcraft Utility 2006 5 5 [6]

Russian Naval Aviation

Main article: Russian Naval Aviation

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Multirole/Fighter aircraft
Sukhoi Su-27 USSR/Russia Jet Fighter 1985 18 18 18 Su-27/Su-27UB in service[1]
Sukhoi Su-30 Russia Jet Multirole 2012 30 30 22 Su-30SM in service.[1] A total of 21 Su-30SM2 on order,[5] 8 of which have entered service as of November 2022.[49][50][51]
Sukhoi Su-33 Russia Jet Fighter Carrier-based 1998 18 18 [52]
Mikoyan MiG-29K Russia Jet Multirole Carrier-based 2010 22 22 [6] 19 MiG-29KR and 3 MiG-29KUBR in service.[1]
Mikoyan MiG-31 USSR Jet Interceptor 1981 32 32 10 MiG-31B/BS and 22 MiG-31BM in service.[1]
Attack aircraft
Sukhoi Su-24 USSR Jet Attack 1975 22 22 [6]
Sukhoi Su-25UTG USSR Jet Attack/Trainer Carrier-based 1988 4 4 [6]
Transport aircraft
Antonov An-24 USSR Propeller Transport 1962 1 3 [53]
Antonov An-26 USSR Propeller Transport 1970 26 44 [21]
Antonov An-72 USSR Jet Transport 1977 5 5 [6]
Antonov An-140 Ukraine/Russia Propeller Transport 2002 4 4 [6]
Ilyushin Il-18D USSR Propeller Transport 1958 1 1 [25]
Tupolev Tu-134 USSR Jet Transport 1967 6 11 [6]
Tupolev Tu-154 USSR Jet Transport 1970 1 1 [6]
Trainer aircraft
Aero L-39 Albatros Czechoslovakia Jet Trainer 1974 1 1 [6]
Yakovlev Yak-130 Russia Jet Trainer 2009 0 0 5 on order[6][54]
Special aircraft
Antonov An-12 USSR Propeller Patrol 1959 5 5 [6]
Beriev Be-12 USSR Propeller Patrol 1961 6 6 [6]
Beriev Be-200 Russia Jet Patrol 2004 1 2 [6]
Ilyushin Il-20 USSR Propeller Command and control 1969 2 2 [6]
Ilyushin Il-22 USSR Propeller Command and control 1971 2 2 [6]
Ilyushin Il-38 USSR Propeller ASW/Patrol 1967 21 21 [6]
Tupolev Tu-142 USSR Propeller ASW/Patrol 1972 24 24 [6]
Helicopter
Ka-27 USSR Rotorcraft ASW/Patrol 1982 90 90 [6]
Ka-28 USSR Rotorcraft ASW/Patrol 1982 2 2 [6]
Ka-29 USSR Rotorcraft ASW/Patrol 1982 10 10 [6]
Kamov Ka-31 Russia Rotorcraft AWAC 1995 3 3 [6]
Kamov Ka-52K Russia Rotorcraft Attack 2015 3 3 [6]
Mil Mi-8 USSR Rotorcraft Transport 1967 11 27 [6]
Mi-24/35 USSR/Russia Rotorcraft Attack 1972 2 2 [6]

Russian National Guard

Main article: National Guard of Russia

Model Image Origin Type Details
Aircraft
Ilyushin Il-76
IL-76MD-90A - MAKS2013firstpix11.jpg
 Soviet Union Military transport aircraft N/A[55]
Antonov An-26
Russian Border Guards Antonov An-26 Dvurekov-2.jpg
 Soviet Union N/A[55]
Antonov An-72
Russian Air Force, RF-72930, Antonov An-72 (49570559757).jpg
 Soviet Union N/A[55]
Antonov An-12
Antonov An-12 (6981291120).jpg
 Soviet Union N/A[55]
Helicopter
Eurocopter AS355N Écureuil
Eurocopter AS-355N Ecureuil 2 AN2228282.jpg
 France Light utility helicopter In service with the Alpha Group.[56]
Mil Mi-8/17
Mil Mi-17-V5 (Mi-8MTV-5), Russia - Air Force AN1904255.jpg
 Soviet Union

 Russia

Transport helicopters 60 helicopters in service.[55]
Mil Mi-26
MAKS Airshow 2013 (Ramenskoye Airport, Russia) (522-03).jpg
 Soviet Union N/A[55]
Mil Mi-24
Mil Mi-24D (centered).jpg
 Soviet Union Attack helicopter N/A[55]

Russian Ground Forces

Main article: Russian Ground Forces

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
UAV/UCAV
Arash 2 Iran Jet Loitering munition 2022 [57]
Eleron Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 2003 [58]
Eleron-3SV Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 2012 [59][60]
Eleron-10 Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 2011 [61]
IAI Searcher 2 / Forpost Israel / Russia Propeller Attack/Reconnaissance 2010 34 [62][63][64][65]
Geran-1 Iran Propeller Loitering munition 2022 [66][67][68]
Geran-2 Iran Propeller Loitering munition 2022 [69][70]
Kronshtadt Orion Russia Propeller Attack/Reconnaissance 2019 About 100 About 100 [71][72]
Granat Russia Propeller Reconnaissance [73]
Granat-2 Russia Propeller Reconnaissance [74]
Granat-4 Russia Propeller Reconnaissance [75]
Grusha Russia Propeller Reconnaissance [76][77]
IAI Bird-Eye 400 / Zastava Israel Propeller Reconnaissance 2010 [78][79]
Navodchik-2 Russia Propeller Reconnaissance [80]
Orlan-10 Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 2010 1000 [81]
Orlan-30 Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 2020 [82]
Shahed 129 Iran Jet Attack [83]
Takhion Russia Propeller Reconnaissance [84][79][85]
Tipchak Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 2008 [citation needed]
Tupolev Tu-243 Russia Jet Reconnaissance 1994 [86]
Yakovlev Pchela Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 1990 92 [87]
ZALA Kub Russia Propeller Loitering munition 2019 [88]
ZALA Lancet Russia Propeller Loitering munition 2019 [89][90][91]
ZALA 421-08 Russia Propeller Reconnaissance 2008 400 [92]
Qods Mohajer-6 Iran Propeller ISTAR [93]
Aerial target
E95M Russia Target drone combat training for troops / testing of air defence [94]
DAN/Dan-M Russia Target drone combat training for troops / testing of air defence [95][96]
KBLA-IVT Russia VTOL target drone combat training for troops / testing of air defence end of 2020 [97]
9F6021 Adyutant Russia Target drone system combat training for troops / testing of air defence [98][99]

Developmental aircraft

Type Origin Class Role Introduced In service Total Notes
Alekseyev Orlan Russia Jet Ekranoplan 2027 [100]
Beriev A-42 USSR/Russia Jet ASW/SAR 1 To replace the Be-12[101]
Beriev A-100 Russia Jet Command and control 2018 2026 1 To replace the A-50[102]
Gunship Russia Propeller Close air support Similar to the Lockheed AC-130[103][104]
Ilyushin Il-78M-90A Russia Jet Tanker 2017 2021 1 [105] 10 on order[106]
Ilyushin Il-96-400TZ Russia Jet Tanker 2 Based on the Il-96-400T freighter[107]
Ilyushin Il-112 Russia Propeller Transport 2019 2021 2 To replace the An-26 and An-72[108][109]
Ilyushin Il-276 Russia Jet Transport 2023 2026 To replace the An-12[110]
Ilyushin Il-106 PAK VTA Russia Jet Transport 2024–2026 To replace the An-124 and An-22[111][112][113]
Kamov Ka-60 Russia Rotorcraft Transport/Utility 2 [citation needed]
Kamov Ka-65 Russia Rotorcraft ASW 1 [114]
Kronstadt Grom Russia Jet Attack/Reconnaissance Loyal wingman[115]
Kronstadt Orion-2 (Helios) Russia Propeller Attack/Reconnaissance 2023 [116][117]
Kronstadt Sirius Russia Propeller Attack/Reconnaissance 2022 2023 [118][119][120]
Luch Korsar Russia Propeller Attack/Reconnaissance 2015 2018 >3 It includes also an upgraded variant[121]
Mikoyan MiG-41 Russia Jet Fighter 2025 To replace the MiG-31[122][123]
Sokol heavy striker drone Russia Propeller Attack/Reconnaissance Similar to the General Atomics Avenger[124][125]
Sukhoi Su-75 Checkmate Russia Jet Multirole Single engine fifth-generation multirole fighter[126]
Sukhoi PAK ShA Russia Jet Ground attack Project for a combat aviation complex to replace the Su-25 after 2030[127]
Sukhoi S-70 Okhotnik-B Russia Jet Attack/Reconnaissance 2019 2024 2 [128][129]
Tupolev PAK DA Russia Jet Bomber 2023 2027 [130]
Tupolev PIAK Russia Jet ASW Based on the Tu-214 airliner[131]
Yakovlev VTOL fighter Russia Jet Carrier-based fighter Planned VTOL fighter for future Russian aircraft carrier program[132]

Experimental aircraft

Aircraft Origin Class Role No. Notes
Beriev A-60 Russia Jet Experimental 2 Airborne laser weapon under the Sokol Eshelon program.
Mikoyan Project 1.44 Russia Jet Experimental 1 Proposed fifth-generation jet fighter.
Sukhoi Su-37 Russia Jet Experimental 1 Supermaneuverable multirole demonstrator.[133]
Sukhoi Su-47 Russia Jet Experimental 1 Technology demonstrator which showcased many technologies now used in the Sukhoi Su-57.

See also

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