Sukhoi is a company that makes fighter jets for the Russian Air Force, and other countries like China. Sukhoi has made some of the world's most innovative aircraft, such as the Su-37 Super Flanker. Most of Sukhoi's shareholdings belong in other countries than Russia.
|AК Компания «Сухой»|
|Type||Division, Joint-stock company|
|Industry||Aerospace and defense|
|Fate||merged into United Aircraft Corporation|
|Headquarters||Begovoy District, Moscow, Russia|
|Pavel Sukhoi (Founder)|
Yury Slyusar (President of the UAC)
Igor Y. Ozar (General Director)
|Products||Civilian aircraft, Military aircraft, Unmanned aerial vehicles|
|Revenue||108,016,999,000 Russian ruble (2016)|
|5,095,317,000 Russian ruble (2016)|
|2,352,957,000 Russian ruble (2016)|
|Total assets||412,517,107,000 Russian ruble (2016)|
Number of employees
|Parent||United Aircraft Corporation|
The United States has bought aircraft from Sukhoi for aggressive training operations. However, Sukhoi sold aircraft to Iran, and thus the United States banned Sukhoi from ever doing business with them again.
References[change | change source]
- ↑ "Sukhoi annual financial 2011 report (in Russian)" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 September 2015. Retrieved 12 January 2015.