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la Korée serait entrain de développer son propre chasseur furtif indigène KFX comme le japon et son projet ATD-X. il y a peu d'information sur ce futur chasseur, tout ce que j'ai pu trouver sur internet est qu'il aura la taille d'un JSF avec deux moteurs de l'ordre de 115–125 kN. les moteurs étudiés sont:
Arrow F414-GE du super hornet
Arrow EJ200/EJ230 du typhoon tranche II/III
Arrow SNECMA M882/3 du rafale F2/F3

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Arrow   Edit: je pense que le F414-GE qui est étudié est la version EDE+ qui aura 15% de plus que la version actuelle équipant le superhornet
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pour le jet sur la photo, la furtivité ne doit pas etre extraodinaire avec tous ce qu il y a d'accroché sous les ailes

il faudrait penser à de l equipement egalement furtif, qui n augmenterai pas sensiblement la SER
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Republic of Korea and Indonesia are Negotiating Changes to the KFX/IFX Fighter Program

12 Februari 2019

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TSAMTO - A delegation from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) visited Jakarta to negotiate a renegotiation of the conditions for Indonesia’s participation in the KFX / IFX Korean Fighter Xperiment / Indonesia Fighter Xperiment joint development and construction program.

According to information and documents obtained by the Jane's Defense Weekly from a source on the Defense, Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives of the Indonesian Parliament, the negotiations were held for two days (January 24 and 25).

Indonesia was represented at the meeting by the leaders of the state-owned company PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI), the Ministry of Defense of Indonesia, and the Ministry of Political, Legal and Security Coordination (POLHUKAM).

The document that Jane's received indicates that Indonesia intends to propose to roll over its payment obligations under the program until 2031.

It is also expected that to further reduce the burden on the national defense budget, Indonesia will offer to make payments under the program through countertrade transactions instead of cash, by analogy with the strategy it implements when it purchases Su-35 fighters in Russia.

In addition, Jakarta insists on the expansion of intellectual property rights to technologies developed under the program, with a view to their commercialization in the future.

In accordance with the initial agreement signed between the two countries in 2015, Indonesia is obliged to pay 20% of the total development costs, which is estimated to be about $ 8 billion. The South Korean government will pay 60% of the costs, and KAI will cover the remaining 20 %

In exchange for investments, Indonesia will gain access to the technologies and know-how developed under the program, as well as the right to acquire fighters.

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KF-X/IF-X fighter (photo : JakartaGreater)

According to current plans, the first prototype of the KFX / IFX is scheduled to roll out by 2021, flight tests begin in 2022, and production - in 2026.

The document states that after the start of serial production, Indonesia intends to acquire an initial batch of 16 aircraft. Jakarta also insists PTDI grants sales of KFX / IFX aircraft to potential buyers outside Indonesia.

KAI announced the launch of the KFX program in 2001, the aircraft was originally conceived as a subtle twin-engined multi-role fighter. In 2011, the Republic of Korea concluded an agreement with Indonesia on cost-sharing for the development of KFX / IFX, and its combat use was supposed to begin in 2023.

However, in 2012, the program faced financial difficulties and then President of the Republic of Korea Pak Geun-hye in early 2013 suspended its implementation. The program resumed in 2014, when the Republic of Korea and Indonesia signed a joint design and development agreement that governs the participation of countries in the program.

In 2018, Indonesian officials confirmed to national media that Jakarta did not fully pay for participation in the KFX / IFX program and the deficit was due to a reduction in the defense budget. In 2018, defense spending in Indonesia decreased by 12% compared with 2017 and amounted to $ 7.2 billion. At the same time, less than $ 1 billion was allocated for purchases, research and development.

In the future, Indonesia intends to replenish the fleet of Russian-made aircraft with the KFX / IFX platform, and Seoul plans to replace the outdated F-4E “Phantom” and F-5E “Tiger-2” aircraft and, eventually, the F-16. As expected, the Air Force of the Republic of Korea will acquire up to 250 aircraft. About 350 KFX / IFX are expected to be exported.

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KF-X fighter prototype to be rolled out in first half of 2021, DAPA confirms

Gabriel Dominguez, London - Jane's Defence Weekly

26 September 2019

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An artist impression of the KF-X fighter aircraft. DAPA announced on 26 September that the critical design phase of the aircraft has
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Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) is expected to complete construction of the first KF-X fighter aircraft prototype by the first half of 2021 and conduct the first test flight of the platform a year later, South Korea's Defence Acquisition Programme Administration (DAPA) confirmed in a 26 September statement.

DAPA said that the critical design phase of the aircraft has now been completed, allowing the KF-X/IF-X project, which stands for Korean Fighter eXperimental/Indonesian Fighter eXperimental, to move on to the next phase: prototype construction.

Development of the single-seat, twin-engined, multirole aircraft began in January 2016, with the preliminary design of the KF-X being finalised in June 2018. Production work on the first prototype began in February 2018, with KAI announcing at the time that it had started manufacturing the aircraft's bulk head.

As Jane's reported, the KF-X development programme envisages the production of six prototypes, followed by four years of trials and the completion of development by mid-2026. Serial production of the aircraft will take place during 2026-32, with an initial 120 units intended to replace the Republic of Korea Air Force's (RoKAF's) ageing fleets of F-4E Phantom and F-5E Tiger II aircraft.

Total production is expected to exceed 350 units, including a quota for exports.

Indonesia is currently renegotiating its involvement in the programme, although Jakarta remains committed to honouring its payment obligations set out under a 2015 financial agreement.

Under this original agreement, which is now subject to renegotiation, Indonesia committed to paying for 20% of the total development costs, which are estimated at about USD8 billion. The South Korean government would pay for 60% of the development programme, with prime contractor KAI covering the remaining 20%.

KAI's industry partner on the project is PT Dirgantara Indonesia.

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La Corée du Sud débute l'assemblage du prototype du KFX !


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Séoul, l’agence coréenne d’achat d’armes (DAPA), a achevé la semaine dernière, son examen critique de la conception du futur avion de combat coréen biréacteur et l’a approuvé vendredi dernier. La production d'un prototype va débuter avant la fin du mois d’octobre.

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) prépare activement la conception du KFX (Korean Fighter Experimental). Dans les usines de KAI à Sacheon, dans le Gyeongsang du Sud, environ 1’250 chercheurs et ingénieurs travaillent d'arrache-pied au développement du KFX depuis 2001.

Le projet est actuellement devisé à environ 15 milliards de dollars. Selon le poste parole de l’avionneur 78% du projet, y compris les composants clés qui sont déjà prêts pour la production du prototype. En tant que projet national majeur, le développement du KFX est dirigé par l’Agence gouvernementale pour le développement de la défense (ADD) et l’avionneur KAI, mais environ 225 entreprises privées font également partie du processus, y compris tous les principaux sous-traitants de la défense du pays. Parmi les intervenants étrangers dans le projet figurent la société Indonésien Aéronautique l’américain Lockheed Martin, qui ont fourniront une assistance technique.

A terme le KFX doit venir remplacer la flotte de chasseurs F-4 et F-5 de l’armée de l’air achetée dans les années 1960. Au départ du programme, le KFX est classé comme un chasseur de la génération 4++ doté de capacités avioniques et de frappe améliorées. Mais, il va disposer de plusieurs caractéristiques de furtivité et des performances supérieures qui pourraient le rendre comparable avec un avion furtif de cinquième génération.

KAI a hésité à révéler avec précision le type de mécanisme de furtivité dont dispose le jet, mais sa section efficace radar (RCS) soit la principale mesure de furtivité sur les aéronefs militaires, ne mesure que 0,5 mètre carré (5,4 pieds carrés).

KAI a conçu le fuselage du KFX pour qu’il ressemble à un jet furtif semblable au F-22 de Lockheed Martin. La plupart des capteurs sont situés à l'intérieur de l'avion, tandis que les quatre missiles air-air installés sur le KFX sont à moitié enfouis dans la partie centrale du fuselage. Il reste ainsi de la place dans l'avion pour l'installation d'une soute d'armes interne, élément caractéristique des chasseurs furtifs.

Mais KAI ne veut pas sacrifier la maniabilité de l’avion, il sera capable d'effectuer des manœuvres serrées pour se comporter comme les meilleurs avions actuels. L’une des grandes difficultés de la Corée du Sud tient dans le développement d’un radar AESA pour le KFX. En effet, le pays n’a pas d’expérience dans ce domaine. Près de 800 millions de dollars ont été investis dans le développement du radar AESA jusqu'en 2026. Un prototype du radar sera testé en Israël d'ici le printemps prochain, suivi d'un autre vol d'essai en Corée à partir de novembre prochain. À partir de 2023, il sera installé sur le prototype KFX pour une dernière série de tests qui devront mener le projet à maturité.

Le poids cible pour la KFX était de 13 tonnes au début de la conception du projet en 2001, mais les concepteurs ont dû réduire de 500 kg supplémentaires pour tenir compte des ajouts futurs.

Dans les usines de KAI à Sacheon dans le Gyeongsang du Sud, environ 1’250 chercheurs et ingénieurs travaillent d'arrache-pied au développement du KFX.

KAI prévoit de dévoiler le premier prototype d’ici avril 2021 et, après un nombre suffisant de vols d’essais, le premier lot de huit avions à réaction devrait être livré à l’armée de l’air d’ici 2026. Des inquiétudes demeurent toutefois, à savoir que la durée de quatre ans réservés aux tests en vol peut être insuffisante.

Différence de vision :

La volonté du Parlement coréen a toujours été dirigée vers une modernisation au sens large de l’armée et moins dépendante du programme américain du F-35. Le Parlement coréen a toujours défendu la faisabilité d’un programme indigène, alors que le Ministère de Défense optait pour le tout « F-35 » et une totale dépendance aux Etats-Unis.

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 MBDA monte à bord de l'avion de combat sud-coréen, le KF-X

Par Michel Cabirol            |    22/11/2019, 16:30  |  388  mots

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"La Corée du Sud est un marché stratégique pour MBDA", qui a déjà vendu près de 300 missiles de croisière
Taurus KEPD 350K, a rappelé le PDG de MBDA, Éric Béranger. (Crédits : KAI)

     
Le missile air-air Meteor de MBDA a été sélectionné par le ministère de la Défense sud-coréen en vue d'armer le futur avion de combat sud, KF-X (Korean Fighter - Xperiment).

Très bonne nouvelle pour MBDA qui monte à bord du futur avion de combat sud-coréen KF-X (Korean Fighter - Xperiment), développé en coopération avec l'Indonésie. Le missilier européen a obtenu un contrat de Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) en vue d'intégrer le missile air-air Meteor sous le KF-X. L'accord prévoit également que KAI réalisera le support du missile et bénéficiera d'un transfert de technologies et de fabrication des équipements de test en vue d'intégrer le missile à bord du KF-X pour les campagnes d'essais. "La Corée du Sud est un marché stratégique pour MBDA", qui a déjà vendu près de 300 missiles de croisière Taurus KEPD 350K, a rappelé le PDG de MBDA, Éric Béranger.

Selon MBDA, le Meteor est le missile air-air le plus avancé au monde qui dispose d'un autodirecteur électromagnétique actif et d'une propulsion à statoréacteur unique. Ce qui lui permet de voler plus loin et plus vite que tout autre missile air-air. Il est conçu pour intercepter une cible de type avion de chasse moderne à une distance de plusieurs dizaines de kilomètres. Les coûts du programme ont été partagés entre le Royaume-Uni (34,6%), l'Allemagne (21%), la France (12,4%), l'Italie (12%) , l'Espagne (10%) et enfin la Suède (10%). Le Meteor équipe déjà les avions Rafale, Gripen et Eurofighter et bientôt le F-35 des Britanniques et probablement un jour des Italiens. L'armée de l'air française a réalisé "les premiers tirs (du Meteor, ndlr) depuis des Rafale en début d'année (2019)", avait expliqué en mai dernier le chef d'état-major de l'armée de l'air, le général Philippe Lavigne.

Le KF-X prêt pour 2026?

Le premier prototype d'avion de combat KF-X devrait être déployé au cours du premier semestre 2021. Le premier vol d'essai devrait être mené un an plus tard. Les vols d'essai devraient être achevés au premier semestre 2026. En parallèle, KAI produira six des premiers avions de combat KF-X cette année-là. Le projet KF-X est le projet le plus important de l'armée sud-coréenne, son budget total s'élevant à environ 8,8 milliards de won (7,56 milliards de dollars). Les gouvernements sud-coréen et indonésien couvrent respectivement 60% et 20% du budget, tandis que les groupes de défense sud-coréens financent 20%.

https://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-finance/industrie/aeronautique-defense/mbda-monte-a-bord-de-l-avion-de-combat-sud-coreen-le-kf-x-833773.html
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  Elbit Systems to provide TF/TA systems for RoKAF’s future KF-X fighter aircraft

Gabriel Dominguez, London - Jane's Defence Weekly

10 February 2020

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A CGI impression of the RoKAF's future KF-X fighter aircraft. Israel’s Elbit Systems announced on 6 February that it has been awarded
a contract to supply the platform with its embedded Terrain Following-Terrain Avoidance systems. Source: Via MBDA



Israel's Elbit Systems announced on 6 February that it has been awarded a contract by Hanwha Systems to equip the Republic of Korea Air Force's (RoKAF's) future KF-X fighter aircraft with its terrain following/terrain avoidance (TF/TA) systems.

The Haifa-based company said in a statement that the contract, which is worth USD43 million, will be performed over a six-year period.

"Embedding Elbit Systems' TF/TA solution enables fighter jets to fly and manoeuvre safely at low-altitudes, in zero visibility, and harsh weather conditions [instrument meteorological conditions], thereby enhancing their capability to operate undetected in hostile territory," said the company.

Interfacing with the autopilot system, the TF/TA avionics system to be supplied to the South Korea "fuses data from a range of onboard sensors and a digital terrain elevation data base, together with flight performance characteristics, enabling the aircraft to maintain optimal altitude throughout the mission", it added.

South Korea has been making progress with the development of its future Korean/Indonesian Fighter eXperimental (KF-X/IF-X) fighter aircraft. The country's Defence Acquisition Program Administration confirmed in September that Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) is expected to complete construction of the first KF-X prototype by the first half of 2021 and conduct the first test flight of the platform a year later.

The agency said at the time that the critical design phase of the aircraft had been completed, allowing the KF-X/IF-X project to move to the prototype construction phase.

KAI displayed in mid-October 2019 a full-scale mock-up of the KF-X at the Seoul International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition (ADEX) 2019. KAI also showcased a mock-up of the KF-X's cockpit.

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KF-X will be Equipped with Indigenous Air-Launched Supersonic Anti-Ship Missile

01 April 2020


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South Korean supersonic anti-ship missile reportedly scheduled to enter service this year, indigenous aerial platforms (FA-50/KF-X) could be
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[Biz Korea] We are considering the introduction of a air-launched supersonic anti-ship missile capable of neutralizing aircraft carriers in neighboring countries. According to officials of the military, it was confirmed that in the early March of the March, the announcement of a prior research survey analysis was issued under the name of the 'Air-launched Missile-2'. It will begin in August of this year, and will be conducted for 4 months until December.

In general, anti-ship missiles fly at subsonic speeds of about 0.5 to 0.7 Mach, while supersonic anti-ship missiles fly at Mach 2 to 3, making it very difficult to intercept from the defending side. It is especially known as a useful weapon for neutralizing aircraft carriers. As an example, the 'Hsiung Feng-III supersonic anti-ship missile' developed and deployed by Taiwan independently flies at a speed of Mach 2 or more and has the nickname of 'carrier killer', that is, the aircraft carrier killer.

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Hsiung Feng-III supersonic anti-ship missile (photo : James Tung)

In the course of the test, missiles broke through the hull of large landing ship tanks.  Because it is faster than subsonic anti-ship missiles, it produces considerable power with pure kinetic energy alone. For this reason, China, a neighboring country, has developed and transformed various types of supersonic anti-ship missiles that can be launched from the ground, sea, and underwater and air.

Japan is also known to have developed an ASM-3 supersonic  anti-ship missiles equipped and operated by F-2 fighters. In January 2018, it was reported that development was completed in Japan, but instead of going into mass production, it is promoting improvement to extend the range. In this regard, military expert Moon Seung-beom, an issuer of monthly Defense Times Korea, said, "This movement in Japan is interpreted as being highly aware of China's aircraft carrier."

Unlike neighboring countries such as China, Japan, and Taiwan, Korea has not yet used supersonic anti-ship missiles. However, it was reported that development was in progress with the goal of actual deployment this year through media reports last year. Although no detailed information on the supersonic anti-ship missile being developed as a confidential business, that is, as a confidential business, has not been released, developments have been reviewed since 2007 and are expected to operate on land, sea and underwater.

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F-2 fighter with ASM-3 supersonic anti-ship missiles (photo : Hirotoshi)

It is also a matter of how our military will introduce supersonic anti-ship missile. Prior studies have not yet been conducted, but our main importers of weapons, the United States and Europe, do not have supersonic anti-ship missiles. For this reason, plans to improve the supersonic anti-ship missiles currently being developed in Korea are considered promising.

In the case of supersonic anti-ship missile, it is planned to be installed and operated on a fighter plane. In the case of F-35A, F-15K, and KF-16 fighter jets operated by the Air Force, the U.S. government and fighter manufacturer's permission are required when integrating domestically developed weapons into U.S. fighters. And a huge budget for test evaluation. For this reason, domestic defense industry officials consider that it is highly likely to be mounted on the KF-X, a Korean fighter, considering the future business period. Particularly, in the case of KF-X, there are no restrictions on the installation of domestic armament since it is progressed by domestic development.


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GE Aviation delivers first F414 engine to South Korea for KF-X program

June 2020 news defense aviation aerospace air force industry
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GE Aviation delivered the first F414-GE-400K engine in May to Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd (KAI) for South Korea’s next-generation indigenous fighter, known as the KF-X. Developed for the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF), the F414-powered KF-X will deliver significantly greater mission capability, extended combat radius and longer lifespan compared to current aircraft.

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GE Aviation delivers first F414 engine to South Korea for KF X program KF-X mock-up showcased at ADEX 2019 (Picture source: Chen Chuanren)


“GE is thrilled to reach this important milestone in the KF-X program,” said Al DiLibero, general manager of GE’s Medium Combat & Trainer Engines department. “Our success so far on this program reflects the strong relationship between the ROKAF, our South Korean industry partners and GE Aviation, and the long and successful history of our engines powering ROKAF aircraft."

South Korea’s Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd (KAI) selected GE Aviation in May 2016 to supply F414-GE-400K engines for the KF-X fighter. The multi-role KF-X aircraft, a $7.4 billion project, is being designed and built by KAI. The KF-X aircraft will replace Korea’s F-4D/E Phantom II and F-5E/F Tiger II fleet. The development program is scheduled to be completed in 2026, which includes the production of 15 F414 flight test engines and six prototype fighters by 2021. Flight testing will occur in 2023. 120 KF-X aircraft are scheduled for production serving the South Korean armed forces. GE Aviation will provide 240 F414 production engines plus spares.

GE has partnered with South Korea many times to power aircraft in their inventory. GE’s F404 engines currently power South Korea’s T-50 Golden Eagle, a high-performance supersonic trainer developed with KAI for the ROKAF. GE’s T700 turboshaft engines power the Korean utility helicopter Surion. Additionally, GE’s F110 engines power the ROKAF’s F-15K aircraft.

GE’s F414 engine went into service in 1998 and has flown more than 4.6 million flight hours with more than 1,750 engines delivered. In addition to the KF-X, the F414 powers Boeing’s F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler, Saab’s JAS 39E/F Gripen, India’s Tejas Mark 2, and Lockheed Martin and NASA’s X-59 Quiet Supersonic Transport.

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South Korea is planning to develop a new supersonic air-to-surface missile (ASM) that is expected to be carried by the Republic of Korea Air Force’s (RoKAF’s) future Korean Fighter eXperimental (KF-X) multirole fighter aircraft.

A Joint Chief of Staff (JCS) official told Janes on 30 June that the weapon is expected to fly at speeds in excess of Mach 2.5, weigh less than 3,000 lb (1.36 tonnes) and have a range of at least 250 km.

No further details were provided about the ASM.

The revelation comes after Janes reported on 28 May that South Korea had recently completed the selection process for the precision-guided munitions and guidance kits it plans to integrate with the KF-X, which is being developed by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), with PT Dirgantara Indonesia as KAI’s industry partner on the project.

South Korean military officials told Janes on 28 May that Raytheon’s GBU-12 Paveway II, Boeing’s GBU-31/38 Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), GBU-54/56 Laser JDAM, and GBU-39/B Small Diameter Bomb1 (SDB1), as well as Textron’s Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (WCMD) CBU-105 had all been selected for integration with the KF-X.

They said the integration process for the smart bombs and guidance kits, all of which are already in service with the RoKAF, would start later this year, with full integration expected over the coming six to seven years.

The move comes after MBDA Missile Systems announced in November 2019 that it had been awarded a contract for the integration of its Meteor beyond visual range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM) with the KF-X.

Also set for integration is the IRIS-T short-range air-to-air missile (SRAAM) by Germany’s Diehl Defence, with a contract expected to be signed in the near future.

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Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has begun final assembly of the first prototype of the Korean Fighter eXperimental (KF-X) multirole fighter
aircraft, South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) announced on 3 September.

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KAI has begun final assembly of the first KF-X prototype, which is expected to be rolled out in the first half 2021. (DAPA)

DAPA said in a statement that the company has begun joining the aircraft’s fuselage sections and wings at its facility in Sacheon, South Gyeongsang Province, and confirmed that, despite the ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, the prototype is expected to be rolled out in the first half of next year as planned.

KAI had previously stated that the twin-engined aircraft, development of which began in 2015 for the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF), would be unveiled to the public in April 2021. Janes understands that the prototype is expected to conduct its first flight in 2022.

The KF-X, development of which is scheduled to be completed in 2026, is expected to reach a top speed of about 1,400 mph (or about Mach 1.83), have a range of about 2,900 km, a maximum take-off weight of 25,580 kg, and be capable of carrying up to 7,700 kg of payload.

The aircraft, which is expected to be produced in both single- and tandem-seat variants, will feature three hardpoints under each wing for weapons and/or external fuel tanks and will also be capable of carrying four missiles under the fuselage, according to KAI

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SEOUL (Yonhap) -- South Korea is in talks with Indonesia about a joint project to develop a next-generation fighter jet, the head of the arms procurement agency said Tuesday, amid speculation that the Southeast Asian nation wants to quit the project.

Indonesia agreed to partner in South Korea's KF-X project aimed at developing a new fighter jet by 2026, and promised to shoulder 20 percent of the total development cost of 8.8 trillion won (US$7.3 billion), or about 1.7 trillion won.

But Indonesia stopped making payments after investing 227.2 billion won, with around 600 billion won overdue.

"We are in the process of sounding out each other's position," Kang Eun-ho, chief of the Defense Acquisition Program Administration, said during a press briefing. "We will elaborate in detail when the time is right."

Indonesia's initial goal was to procure aircraft for its air force and advance the country's aerospace industry through the partnership but foreign media have been reporting that the Southeast Asian nation is now pushing to sign a deal with France to purchase new fighter jets.

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South Korea has been working on the KF-X project since 2015 to develop a homegrown cutting-edge fighter aircraft to replace the Air Force's aging fleet of F-4 and F-5 jets.

In September last year, Korea Aerospace Industries Co. got down to the final assembly of a prototype that is expected to be made public by April.

When the development is complete, 40 units are planned to be delivered to the Air Force by 2028 and another 80 units by 2032, officials said.

Meanwhile, Kang also vowed to thoroughly prepare to secure a light aircraft carrier for the military, saying that multiple researches are under way for the project.

"We will make thorough preparations to make sure there are no setbacks in pushing for the project when the budget is secured at the National Assembly," he said.

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SACHEON, South Korea (Yonhap) -- South Korea will showcase a prototype of the country's first indigenous fighter jet in April, the arms procurement agency has said.

Jung Kwang-sun, heading the KF-X program at the Defense Acquisition Program Administration, said the planned rollout event will be a "landmark moment" for the country and the aerospace industry.

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"After working only with the blueprint so far, we will now have something we can actually see and test whether what we have been studying actually works," Jung told reporters at the Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) headquarters in the southern city of Sacheon on Wednesday.

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South Korea has been working on the next-generation fighter development project since late 2015 to replace the Air Force's aging fleet of F-4 and F-5 jets.

With a maximum payload of 7,700 kilograms, the new warplane will have 10 pods for air-to-air missiles and other weapons, capable of flying at 2,200 kph with a flying range of 2,900 km.

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Leading the 8.8 trillion-won (US$7.9 billion) project is KAI, the country's sole aircraft manufacturer.

(Yonhap)

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