This fighter is has with two seats and is equipped with a set of dual controls, so the Yak can be controlled from both seats. Driven by its 14 cylinder, 30 liters 1200HP strong air-cooled engine the Yak has almost Unlimited performance. Aerobatics, dogfights or 'straight en level' with speed well over 500 kilometers an hour. The Yak-3 has a thick coat of hard-wearing wax polish, a powerful VK-107 engine. After prolonged trials in early 1944 the Soviet test centre judged the 107-engined craft to be 60-70 mph faster than either a Bf109G or an Fw190, but the re-engined aircraft was just too late to see action in World War II.
The Yakovlev Yak-130 (NATO reporting name "Mitten") is a subsonic two-seat advanced jet trainer/light attack aircraft developed by the Yakovlev design bureau. Development of the plane began in 1991, and the maiden flight was conducted on 26 April 1996. In 2005, it won a Russian government tender for training aircraft, and in 2009 the first planes were put into service in the Russian Air Force. As an advanced training aircraft, the Yak-130 is able to replicate the characteristics of several 4+ generation fighters as well as the 5th generation Sukhoi T-50. It can also perform light-attack and reconnaissance duties, carrying a combat load of 3,000 kg.
The Yakovlev Yak-130 or Aermacchi M-346 is a single-engine jet aircraft for military training developed by the Italian company Aermacchi and Yakovlev Russian.