Su-33 fighter on board Admiral Kuznetsov.

The Russian Naval Air Force lost another Su-33 fighter when the plane fell into the sea due to a brake cable break on the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov on December 5, Sputnik reported.

This is not the first time aircraft on the Admiral Kuznetsov have suffered non-combat damage.

Military analyst Viktor Baranets called these `bitter lessons` for the Russian Naval Air Force in Syria, especially with problems in the arrestor cable system on the aircraft carrier.

`This is a general military technical problem. There has never been a perfect landing on any aircraft carrier in the world. What is happening is exactly what President Vladimir Putin talked about, the campaign in Syria

He also predicted that the fighter ships will be moved to Hmeymim air base, Syria until the brake cable system error is fixed.

Since being commissioned, the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov has only conducted a few missions, all of which were limited to the Mediterranean region.

The year 2009 can be considered an extremely unlucky period for Admiral Kuznetsov.

Su-33 fighter fell into the sea, Russia received another bitter lesson

The aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov encountered many problems during operation.

Even without such incidents, it would be difficult for Russia to find customers if it wanted to sell this ship.

China had to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to repair and upgrade the Varyag ship, before renaming it Liaoning.

The delivery of the Admiral Gorshkov, now named INS Vikramaditya, was delayed for years, partly due to problems with the propulsion system during testing.

Russia is demonstrating many impressive weapons systems in Syria, most recently the advanced air defense system S-400.

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