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Russian and International Military Fighter Jets and Trainers. Fly a Fighter Jet as a PilotIt started in 1825 when Alexandr Fyodorovich Mozhaisky, Russian navy officer, aviation researcher, and inventor of heavier-than-air-craft was born. Although the first flying machine designed by him was not a success he was without any doubt the world aviation pioneer.
The first Russian fighter jet I-1 was developed by Nikolay Polikarpov in 1925. It was a single-seat cantilever low-wing monoplane fighter also known as I-400 due to its 400 hp engine. The first fighter flight ended in a crash but the plane was rebuilt with minor modifications. Its successor I-5 developed in 1930 was the first Russian fighter jet that entered serial production and was extensively used at the beginning of the WWII mainly as an attack aircraft.
And almost two hundred years later thousands of aircraft models have been invented ranging from light gliders to heavy supersonic bombers and fighter - interceptors.
Strange as it may seem, but now you can fly a jet just for fun without even any practical pilot experience. There are many local flying schools offering private flights on light aviation where you can even try basic aerobatic manoeuvres.
But many people do not even imagine that it is possible to fly a fighter jet without any special training or service in the national air force.
Below you will find detailed information on military aircraft currently available for private fighter flights. These are mainly Russian fighter jets or military trainers used in the Russian Air Force.
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