The flight lasted for two hours and went smoothly, the Irkut corporation said.
The Su-30SM is a specialised version of the thrust-vectoring Su-30MKI for all-weather, air-to-air and air-to-surface deep interdiction missions.
The Russian defence ministry and Irkut signed a contract in March for delivery of 30 of the multirole fighters by 2015.
Russian helicopter lands in Georgia by mistake
A Russian helicopter Friday landed in Georgia due to problems in the navigation system, authorities said.
“The helicopter made an emergency landing on the territory of Georgia not far from the South Ossetian capital of Tskhinval, because its navigation equipment started malfunctioning,” the ministry’s spokesman told reporters here.
Shortly after the landing, the helicopter returned to South Ossetia as the pilots found the navigation mistake, the ministry said.
The consignment of aid was finally delivered to the destination and handed over to the South Ossetian side as scheduled, it added.
Georgia voiced its strong protests against the incident Friday night.
Moscow and Tbilisi have been at odds over the status of Georgia’s breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Moscow recognized their independence in August 2008 following a brief armed conflict with Georgia.
In response, Georgia severed diplomatic relations with Russia.