It seems to me that the PAF is not that interested for Russian-made aircraft. Well, I made this thread to show Russian-made aircraft, and please do comment on what you think is favorable and not favorable, and what is needed by the PAF and what is not needed.
Sukhoi SU-25 "Frogfoot"
Length 14.6 m 47 ft 6 in
Wingspan 15.6 m 50 ft 10 in
Height 4.8 m 15 ft 9 in
Wing area 30.1 m² 324 ft²
Empty 9,185 kg 20,250 lb
Loaded 17,530 kg 38,645 lb
Maximum takeoff 20,500 kg 45,194 lb
1x Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-2
11 hardpoints up to 4,400 kg worth of ordnance
Unit cost: 11 million dollars
The Mi-17 can climb at the rate of 8m/s. The maximum and cruise speed of the helicopter are 250km/h and 225km/h respectively. The range of the helicopter is 465km and the service ceiling is 6,000m. The aircraft weighs around 7,489kg and its maximum take-off weight is 13,000kg.
Klimov turboshaft engines
The Mi-8T helicopter is powered by two Klimov TV2-117 turboshafts engines. Deflectors are installed on the engine air intakes to prevent ingestion of dust when taking off from unprepared pads. The helicopters also have an auxiliary power unit (APU) for self-contained operations.
The helicopter carries 1,870l of fuel in two flexible internal tanks and two external tanks. The total fuel capacity can be increased to 3,700l by installing up to two ferry tanks in the cabin.
Mi-17 Hip multimission helicopter
The improved version of the Mi-8 is the Mi-17 Hip multipurpose helicopter, also known as the Mi-8TMB. It is specifically designed for improved capabilities at high altitudes and in hot weather conditions.
The Mi-17 is identifiable from the Mi-8 by the additional air filters on the turbine air intakes, as well as left hand side mounted tail rotor, required by the more powerful TB-3-117A turboshaft engines it is fitted with.
I'll find more as soon as I recover from this bloody broken arm.