02:52 GMT09 July 2020
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    The process itself was carried out by an Ilyushin-78 four-engine tanker, which is capable of refuelling up to ten jets during a single flight. Additionally, more than 20 Su-24M, Su-34, and Su-30 jets practiced air combat manoeuvring.

    The Russian Ministry of Defence has released a video showing Sukhoi fighter jets performing air-to-air refuelling at an altitude of 6,000 metres and flying 20 metres away from each other. Even though the whole process was performed at a speed of 372 miles per hour (600 kilometres per hour), it was carried out without a hitch. The video was recorded from inside the cabin of one of the jets.

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