Russia's state-owned company Rostec has officially confirmed that the company is already working hard to develop a next-generation interceptor fighter, the MiG-41.
In recent weeks, since the beginning of the Christmas holidays, Russian media continue to claim that the interceptor MiG-41 has already passed more than 200 successful tests.
Despite the fact that test pilot Alexander Fedotov made the first flight on the MiG-31 on September 16, 1975, exactly 45 years ago, even today this fighter continues to be one of the unique aircraft in the world. It is intended for use in the country's air defense system.
Recently it became known that they were thinking about extending the flight life of this aircraft, the glider of which was developed in the 70s of the last century. This is a very strict and highly respected aircraft by pilots.
The PAK DP program (a promising long-range interception aircraft complex) is attracting more and more attention. Let’s figure out what it is and whether Russia will have a new combat aircraft.