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Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: AI-222-25F, AI-222-25KFK, AI-222-25UVT and AI-222-28
Ivchenko-Progress*, MMPP Salut and Motor Sich (*) lead contractor
Parent System: AI-222
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2006
Total Production: 780
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Description: The AI-222 is a high thrust-to-weight ratio turbofan engine family developed to power the Russian Air Force advanced trainers and light combat aircraft. The AI-222-25 engine developed to power the Yak-130 trainer is the basis for the AI-222 engine family. The AI-222-25 engine features modular design and FADEC. The engine entered service in 2006 powering the Russian Air Force Yak-130 trainer.
Ivchenko-Progress, Salut MMPP and Motor Sich are developing further versions to meet future requirements. The AI-222-25UVT is a version fitted with a vectoring nozzle to improve the flight performance and takeoff and landing operations. The AI-222-28 is a version equipped with an improved turbine cooling system providing higher takeoff thrust of approx. 2,800+ kg. The AI-222-25F is an stretched version fitted with afterburner. The afterburner-equipped engine provides 4,200 kg of thrust at takeoff. The AI-222-25KFK features a shortened afterburner compared to the AI-222-25F engine. The AI-222-25KFK provides 3,000 kg of thrust at takeoff.
The AI-222-25 turbofan engine develops 2,500 kg of thrust at the takeoff. It was selected to power the Yak-130 family of aircraft to be mass produced for the Russian Air Force. The engine and aerodynamics are the key allowing the twin-engine Yak-130 trainer to duplicate the flight envelope of 4th and 5th generation fighter aircraft.
Service Life Flight Hours: 3,000
Height: 1,093 millimeter (43 inch)
Length: 2,237 millimeter (88 inch)
Width: 860 millimeter (33.9 inch)
Dry Weight: 440 kilogram (970 pound)
Max Cruise Thrust: 300 kilogram
Max Takeoff Thrust: 2,500 kilogram (5,511 pound)
Thrust: 3,196 pound (1.45 ton)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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