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City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Event:Kecskemét International Air Show 2008
Photo Date:16 August 2008
Photo by:Jonathan VerschuurenContact
Photo ID:212850Submit Correction
View count: 40
Registration / Serial:01
Aircraft Version:Sukhoi Su-22M3
C/n (msn):52101
Operator / Titles:Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:16 August 2008
Photo by:Jonathan VerschuurenContact
City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Event:Kecskemét International Air Show 2008
Photo Date:16 August 2008
Photo by:Jonathan VerschuurenContact
Photo ID:212850Submit Correction
View count: 40
Registration / Serial:01
Aircraft Version:Sukhoi Su-22M3
C/n (msn):52101
Operator / Titles:Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:16 August 2008
Photo by:Jonathan VerschuurenContact
City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Event:Kecskemét International Air Show 2013
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Photo ID:20551Submit Correction
View count: 69
The 'Fitter-H' was received by Hungary in 1983, but after the Warsaw Pact period there was little need for a strike/reconnaissance type like this. Nonetheless six of nine remaining in the later 1990s did undergo a rework to extend their lives by 1000 hours, although soon after they were withdrawn. Hopes that they might be sold were not helped by the fact that this variant uses the Tumanski R-29BS-300 engine, unlike the more common M4 sub-type with the Lyulka AL-21F3
Registration / Serial:01
Aircraft Version:Sukhoi Su-22M3
C/n (msn):52101
Operator / Titles:Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Event:Kecskemét International Air Show 2013
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Photo ID:20551Submit Correction
View count: 69
The 'Fitter-H' was received by Hungary in 1983, but after the Warsaw Pact period there was little need for a strike/reconnaissance type like this. Nonetheless six of nine remaining in the later 1990s did undergo a rework to extend their lives by 1000 hours, although soon after they were withdrawn. Hopes that they might be sold were not helped by the fact that this variant uses the Tumanski R-29BS-300 engine, unlike the more common M4 sub-type with the Lyulka AL-21F3
Registration / Serial:01
Aircraft Version:Sukhoi Su-22M3
C/n (msn):52101
Operator / Titles:Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Kecskemét (LHKE)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact