Russia: Navy to Commission Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile Liner Soon

first_img View post tag: Naval Russia: Navy to Commission Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile Liner Soon View post tag: soon October 25, 2011 In the nearest future Russian Navy will include new submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Liner in the inventory, reported the missile’s developer – Makeyev State Rocket Center on Oct 21.“Flight test program implied two launches. Both of them were held successfully on May 20 and Sept 29. Presently, the interagency commission starts its phase, and then the missile system will be handed over to the Navy”, said the center’s chief designer Vladimir Degtyar whose words are cited on the company’s website.SLBM Liner has similar flight characteristics with Sineva missile but is equipped with more advanced antimissile barrier overcoming system and has longer range. Makeyev State Rocket Center and Russian defense ministry started Liner flight tests in 2011 in accordance with state defense order.As for Makeyev center, Liner missile outclasses all present solid-propellant ballistic missiles of Great Britain, China, Russia, the US, and France as of weight-to-thrust ratio, and is compared to American Trident-II (meeting START-3 requirements) as of combat load (four middle-power warheads).Liner missile is capable to carry 1.5-2 times as much low-power warheads as Bulava which can be armed with six low-power warheads. Besides, Liner may carry mixed set of warheads with different yield classes.[mappress]Source: rusnavy, October 25, 2011; View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Ballistic View post tag: Missile Industry newscenter_img Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia: Navy to Commission Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile Liner Soon View post tag: Liner View post tag: Navy View post tag: Submarine-launched View post tag: Commission View post tag: to Share this articlelast_img read more

For the first time in history, Franjo Tuđman Airport has three million passengers

first_imgIn the operations of the Franjo Tuđman Airport, 2017 will be recorded in terms of record traffic results, and for the first time in history, Zagreb Airport recorded the three millionth passenger. Lucky passenger Stephan De Bleser from Belgium checked in for Croatia Airlines flight OU4456 Zagreb – Brussels.The check-in of the three millionth passenger for the flight was accompanied by a ceremony and a musical surprise performed by the Zagreb Philharmonic Trombone Quartet, in the check-in area, thus cheering many other passengers who found themselves at the airport. “We end a successful business year in the best possible way, by marking the three millionth passenger of the airport, for the first time in history. Congratulations to Mr. De Bleser, our three millionth passenger, and I thank all the passengers who used the services of Franjo Tudjman Airport this year, in which we opened a new passenger terminal and achieved excellent traffic results.”, Said Jacques Feron.The first three millionth passenger in the history of the Franjo Tudjman Airport is the Belgian Stephan De Bleser, who stated “I was pleasantly surprised by this kind of welcome, I felt like a movie star! This is my second time in Croatia, thank you very much for the gifts, I will use the voucher immediately in the duty free shop, and since I also received airline tickets, I will return to Croatia again. “Related news: CROATIA AIRLINES FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY RECORDED TWO MILLION TRAVELERS IN ONE YEARlast_img read more