In the sky over Kamchatka, the crews of MiG-31 interceptor fighters conducted piloting training in difficult weather conditions
On the Kamchatka peninsula, the crews of MiG-31 high-altitude interceptor fighters of a separate mixed aviation regiment of the Pacific Fleet worked out the tasks of piloting in difficult weather conditions.
During the daytime and at night, the MiG-31 crews performed take-off and landing in low clouds, piloting by instruments in poor visibility conditions, as well as interaction as part of groups.
In addition, the pilots practiced landing at a shortened distance on the conditionally damaged runway of the airfield.
Performing flights in difficult weather conditions is an important element of training the crews of MiG-31 all-weather interceptor fighters in a harsh climate. Special attention was paid to practicing piloting by young pilots.