The MiG-AT continues to be developed, despite the type having lost out to Yakovlev's rival Yak-130 in a contest to re-equip the Russian air force's training schools. The MiG-AT is offered as an advanced jet trainer and also as an armed light combat aircraft.

Russia's Rosoboronexport agency is offering the aircraft, which has twin Larzac engines and a service life of 15,000h.

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Source: Flight International