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gombaljaya

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Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« on: November 10, 2012, 01:27:00 AM »
Indonesia has finally implemented its $400 million deal to buy 16 units of T-50 Golden Eagle advanced jet trainers from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) by paying part of the contract, Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) said Wednesday.
The deal marks the type’s first export sale to overseas but the payment had been delayed, said the Korean aerospace company.
Indonesia paid an upfront cost of $60 million, 15 percent of the total contract for the jet trainers,
The Indonesian Defense Ministry signed the deal with KAI one year and six months ago. KAI will deliver the trainers to the country’s air force as the contract stipulates that the aircraft must be delivered 18 months after the contract went in effect.

The aircraft will be delivered more than four months ahead of schedule. KAI already began production of T-50i, the Indonesian variance of T-50, a KAI official said.

http://news.mk.co.kr/newsRead.php?year=2012&no=693827 and official KAI http://www.koreaaero.com/english/

KAI stand on Indodefence 2012


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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2012, 01:33:29 AM »
Grifo S FCR!

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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2012, 10:56:49 AM »
KAI seeks to enhance Indonesian relationship through KT-1, T-50 collaboration



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Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) intends to build its presence in Indonesia through collaboration with local industry following deals to export KT-1 basic trainers and T-50 advanced trainer jets to the Southeast Asian country.

Noh Sun-park, KAI senior executive vice-president, told IHS Jane's on 9 November at the Indo Defence Expo & Forum in Jakarta that the company sees opportunities in Indonesia to export its Surion utility helicopter and to collaborate further on the co-development of the proposed next-generation KF-X fighter aircraft.

These projects are linked to the industrial collaboration programme that developed between KAI and state-owned PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) on the production of 17 KT-1 aircraft and the co-operation that is being finalised in relation to the production of the 16 T-50 aircraft that Indonesia ordered in 2011.

"We want to expand our footprint in Indonesia but at the moment the scale is too small and economically it is not yet worthwhile," Noh said. "We have proposed to PTDI that they re-assemble the T-50 here in Indonesia and undertake some other production activities: this is similar to the KT-1 programme. However, the workshare programme on the T-50 is not yet finalised and we are talking this through."

source:http://www.janes.com/products/janes/defence-security-report.aspx?ID=1065973295&channel=defence&subChannel=business

re-assemble 4 units KT-1 Wongbee in PT.DI feew month ago





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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2012, 11:58:35 PM »
An' Audrey,
Is this T-50I using Grifo-S pulse doppler radar? Not from Elta or even vixen AESA radar?

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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2012, 10:17:52 AM »
An' Audrey,
Is this T-50I using Grifo-S pulse doppler radar? Not from Elta or even vixen AESA radar?

unknow..

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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2012, 10:09:06 PM »
Coming soon Indonesian T-50i livery,... :D


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http://www.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2012120810051737412
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Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), the next year by the end of last year in Indonesia T-signed a contract to export 50 trainer 16 India plans to a finished product. Indonesia plans to take advantage of the T-50 flying for the Air Force pilot training and special. This KAI Indonesia for special flight training dragon painting needs. Of Korea Air Force, such as the 'Black Eagles' special flight for half of the six is the use of the aircraft.

Indonesia led the government to build an integrated aviation training center plans to conduct training to pilots of other aircraft in the Air Force here. T-50 seems to be achieved when the pilot training aircraft such as the Police, Forest Service, including here in the tri-export.

Indonesian special flight team painted T-50 design is similar to the steam of our Air Force Black Eagles. But in the other hand, consists of a black and yellow Black Eagle steam Indonesian special flight team of the T-50 in blue and yellow main part.

Officinalis optical PFC design of our Air Force's Black Eagles conspiracy after a design for the last 2009 years, the Air Force, Air Force Training Command works submitted finalized. Design emphasizes the dynamism and sulfur PFC submitted eagle symbolizes the sleek, black, white and yellow samgo curve representation.

On the other hand, farewell flight in October 2007 after the official activities of the Black Eagles of past models, the Black Eagles of aging aircraft A37 deepwater They never stopped. The Black Eagles selected Korean supersonic trainer T50 training flight.

Reborn of Elang Biru (Blue Falcon) Aerobatic Team?
Similar scheme to ROKAF Black Eagles,..


KAI poster during Indodefence 2012
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gombaljaya

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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #6 on: December 09, 2012, 10:36:50 PM »
Indonesian Display Team Elang Biru (Blue Falcon)
1995-200


Full Armed Aerobatic Team














I can't wait for next Elang Biru, use KAI T-50 Golden Eagle,.. :o :o
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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #7 on: January 03, 2013, 08:49:11 AM »
For Golden Eagles lover,... :D
Can't wait their action,....









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« Last Edit: January 03, 2013, 10:54:31 PM by gombaljaya »
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Acrobatic team T-50
« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2013, 10:52:54 AM »
« Last Edit: January 06, 2013, 10:56:14 AM by Adroth »
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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #9 on: January 06, 2013, 12:10:19 PM »
I can't wait for next Elang Biru, use KAI T-50 Golden Eagle,.. :o :o

But why replace the F-16 with the T-50 for the Elang Biru?  Is the T-50 better than the F-16 in aerobatics?

gombaljaya

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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2013, 05:33:45 PM »
But why replace the F-16 with the T-50 for the Elang Biru?  Is the T-50 better than the F-16 in aerobatics?

F-16 is main combatant (cheaper operational cost than sukhoi),  so they  make f-16 as workhorse than aerobatic display team.
Otherside, T-50 is LIFT which less powerfull than real combat airplane...
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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #11 on: January 09, 2013, 02:10:32 AM »
6 Pilots and 31 Airmen technician dispatched to Korea led by the 15th Air Squadron Commander Maj. Wastum, Pilots are qualified as Flight Instructor School. They will learn of handling new KAI T-50 Golden Eagle for 8 (eight) months.

http://www.tni.mil.id/view-44318-6-penerbang-skadron-15-lanud-iswahjudi-berangkat-ke-korea.html

8 months? so that birds will be deliver 8 month from now?  :eyes:  :bash:
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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #12 on: January 09, 2013, 12:39:05 PM »
Nice find Mr. G. Nice to have a timeline.  :beer:
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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #13 on: January 18, 2013, 06:25:26 AM »
WoW The new Elang Biru  :bravo:

Can't wait for Blue Eagle comeback in action.. :goggles:

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Re: Indonesia pays upfront costs for 16 T-50 jet trainers
« Reply #14 on: February 06, 2013, 04:58:59 AM »
Indonesia, Air Force pilots flying aircraft transition training





(News) Kim Jung - wook reporters from six Indonesian fighter pilots the Air Force, we are T-50 and TA-50 aircraft transition training.

21 weeks and six Indonesian Air Force people from the Air Force, Korean supersonic trainer T-50 and tactical introductory trainer TA-50 'model transition and instructor upgrade course' (the flight training process) run. "

TA-50 process from the 16th Fighter Wing 1st Fighter Wing, T-50 process each proceeding.

Trustee pilots next 13 weeks to active duty pilots to fly the F-16 and MK-53 Hawk in Indonesia T-50 flight 3 weeks ground training, flight training course (9 weeks), after 8 weeks TA-50 flight training course ( complete ground training 2 weeks, flying to 5 weeks).

T-50 and TA-50 instructor pilot to return to Indonesia after the two courses he plays.

T-50 ground training period of public manipulation, instrument flight, emergency procedures, including basic theoretical training and simulator ride.

After flying the actual aircraft ground training and flight training will be Practical courses needed to perform operations such as formation flying, night flying, basic fighter Dong is expected to take.

TA-50 flight training courses consist of similar academic training, simulator ground boarding, flight training courses.

Chun, Young - Ho Major (36, 04, 48 units), including six instructor pilots for the Air Force dedicated to educating the trustee pilots starter.

They are all more than 1,000 hours of flight time veteran pilots the flight training course manuals in English for foreign students have been preparing for this.

Korean trainers for Indonesia's lifestyle or the culture of the Islamic world in my spare time studying, "said Air Force officials" for the 1st Fighter Wing and the 16th Fighter Wing pilots the convenience of Muslim prayer hall, also in the bag laid, "he said.

May 2011, Indonesia signed an agreement to introduce Korea Aerospace business and T-50 16 units, introduction of current KT-1 17 units operating.

Korea and Korean fighters (KFX) to co-develop defense cooperation country was

http://news1.kr/articles/997375
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