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Russian Sukhoi Su-57 Felon emerges as a viable option for Indian 5th gen fighter requirement: Analysts

India’s quest for a fifth-generation fighter jet with advanced stealth capabilities has spanned several years. Amidst this search, the Russian Su-57 has emerged as a potential contender, offering a combination of proven technology and advanced features that could significantly bolster the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) capabilities.

Russian Sukhoi Su-57 Felon emerges as a viable option for Indian 5th gen fighter requirement: Analysts

Russian Sukhoi Su-57 Felon emerges as a viable option for Indian 5th gen fighter requirement: Analysts

The IAF’s pursuit of the Su-57 stems from the realization that developing its own fifth-generation fighter jet, the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA), is a long-term endeavor, likely taking at least 15 years to materialize. In the interim, acquiring the Su-57 would provide the IAF with a much-needed edge in the evolving aerial warfare landscape.

Military analyst Vijainder K Thakur supports this view, suggesting that the Su-57’s enhanced capabilities, particularly in terms of stealth and maneuverability, make it a compelling choice for the IAF. Recent upgrades to the Su-57 have further strengthened its appeal, making it a more formidable competitor in the fifth-generation fighter jet arena.

The Su-57’s acquisition would not only provide the IAF with immediate access to advanced fifth-generation capabilities but also serve as a valuable learning experience for developing the AMCA. Studying the Su-57’s design, technology, and operational characteristics would undoubtedly accelerate India’s own fifth-generation fighter jet program.

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Moreover, the Su-57’s compatibility with Russia’s S-400 Triumf air defense system, which India already possesses, would create a synergistic air defense network, significantly enhancing India’s overall airspace protection capabilities.

While the IAF is still evaluating its options, the Su-57’s potential to address India’s immediate fifth-generation fighter jet requirements, coupled with the long-term benefits of technological knowledge transfer and enhanced air defense integration, makes it a strong contender for acquisition. As India continues its search for a formidable fifth-generation fighter jet, the Su-57 stands as a viable and attractive solution.

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