Is Su-35 better than F 15?

In terms of weapons load, the Su-35 has twelve or more hardpoints for carrying missiles compared to just eight on the F-15C. This is a clear advantage for the Su-35, which will likely fire multiple missiles at a time to increase hit probability; however, this edge may prove temporary.

How is the Su-35 so maneuverable?

The twin Saturn AL-41F1S turbofans provide the Su-35 with maneuverability that can easily match or exceed the evasion techniques of nearly all existing fourth-generation fighters. With a maximum speed of 1,550 mph and a ceiling of 59,050 feet, it is a well-armed, speedy aircraft.

What countries have Su-35?

Sukhoi Su-35

Su-27M / Su-35
Status In service
Primary users Russian Air Force People’s Liberation Army Air Force Egyptian Air Force
Produced Su-27M: 1987–1995 Su-35S: 2007–present
Number built Su-27M: 12 Su-35S: 142

What is the russian equivalent of the F-15?

The Sukhoi design, which was altered progressively to reflect Soviet awareness of the F-15’s specifications, emerged as the T-10 (Sukhoi’s 10th design), which first flew on 20 May 1977. The aircraft had a large wing, clipped, with two separate podded engines and a twin tail.

What is Russia’s air superiority fighter?

Sukhoi Su-35

Su-27M / Su-35
A Russian Air Force Su-35S
Role Multi-role fighter, air superiority fighter
National origin Soviet Union (Russia since 1991)
Design group Sukhoi Design Bureau

How many SU does Russia have?

The Russians as of 2021 possessed around 122 Su-34s in several regiments. Even taking into account losses, by 2030 the air force could operate nearly 200 Su-34s.