No better case with the institute's fighter Su-27. In the early 90-ies. LII at the initiative of Anatoly Kvochura was created flight-research group "test pilots", later transformed into the "Flight Research Center" (PIC). With the support of sponsors Anatoly Kvochur succeeded in obtaining a plant in Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Irkutsk three new aircraft - Su-27P (number 595), Su-27PD (number 598) and Su-30 (number 597). In addition to participation in various air shows and air shows around the world, pilots LII and PIC under the supervision Kvochura carried out on these machines, a large amount of research on aviation ergonomics, the introduction of satellite navigation systems, completed a series of record-breaking long-distance flights with repeated aerial refueling.