Forbes calculated how much the destruction of Russian aircraft in Crimea could cost

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Forbes found out how much destroyed planes in Crimea cost Russia
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Before the explosions, the airfield housed aircraft worth $650 million to $850 million.



This is stated in the material Forbes.

A few hours before the explosions at the airfield in Saki, about 20 aircraft were recorded. These were Su-30SM fighters and Su-24MR reconnaissance aircraft, one heavy military transport Il-76, and several helicopters.

The total cost of damage to Russia after the explosions at the airport could be $650 million - $850 million.

Separately, Forbes estimated the approximate cost of Russian military aircraft:

  • Su-30SM - $50 million
  • Su-24MR - $6 million
  • IL-76 – $86 million
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