YAK 9UM

YAK 9UM for sale Airframe s/n 0470408, TTSN 76:36 cycles 154 Engine Allison V 1710-111, s/n A-073106, TTSO 55:55 Propeller Hamilton Standard 23E50-495 s/n RRD 3537, pale 6353A-30, Inspection may 2013. Permit to fly: The aircraft is very well maintained by NAAP in Parma, by former officers of Italian air force. The Yak-9 is widely […]

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YAK 1

YAK 1 for sale This extremely rare aeroplane, Yak-1 No. 1342,  is offered FOR SALE  with a restoration contract at a fixed price. Over the years various components have been restored by specialist subcontractors and the aircraft is now substantially completed with the engine rebuilt and running. The incredibly complex wooden wing is completed, and so […]

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C3603 & C3605

 G-DORN (C3605) The design of this Swiss aircraft goes back to 1939 when the prototype two seater EKW C-3601 first flew. Fitted with twin fins, the aircraft was powered by a 1000 hp Hispano-Suiza HS-51 12Y piston engine, and was designed for multi purpose roles – including that of fighter, ground attack and light bomber. […]

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Wilga 35

Warszawa-Okecie PZL-104 Wilga GENERAL DESCRIPTION A four seat multipurpose aircraft of STOL class which may be widely used as: An executive A/c Air club general use, parachuting, glider and banner towing and training A/c Air ambulance Patrol A/c Agricultural A/c It may be equipped with: FLIR Pollution detectors Retransmission equipment and small arms. “Wilga” may […]

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AN 2

AN-2 TECHNICAL DATA: Wing span upper, lower 18.18m, 14.24m Length Overall (tail up), (tail down) 12.71m, 12.40m Height overall (tail up), (tail down) 6.10m, 4.00m Wheel track 3.45m Propeller diameter 3.60m Propeller ground clearance 0.69m Wing area 71.6m Cargo door (port) mean height, mean width 1.55m, 1.39m Dimensions internal: Cargo compartment length, Max height, Max […]

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YAK 52TD

YAK 52TD Pilot magazine report (Tail Dragger) pictures, the upgraded and modified YAK 52 offering a cheaper option to that of the “Aerostar YAK-52TW”  from Romania, the YAK 52TW (aimed at the American market) YAK 52TW pictures of the Aerostar version from Romania who refuse to certify the aircraft in Europe, unfortunately the aviation authorities will not register the […]

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YAK 55

YAK 55 & YAK 55M YAK 55 to SU29 comparison The YAK 55 (long wing) or YAK 55M is a mid-wing aircraft built for unlimited competition aerobatics. It has about 80% of the performance of the SU26 but at 1/3rd of the cost!. It is also powered by the M14P or M14PF (400hp) The “long […]

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YAK 54

VNE 450 KPH VA 360 KPH Maximum speed @82% engine power 300 KPH 70% Cruise speed 240 KPH Stall 110 KPH Wing span 8.16 Meters Length 6.91 Meters Aerobatic load factors +9g-7g Max. T/O weight two pilots 990 KGs T/O run 170 Meters Landing minimum 400 meters Range with 7% fuel remaining 700 KM Engine […]

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YAK-52

Typical Overhauled YAK 52 Specifications Date of airframe manufacture: 1980-89 some examples made to 1996 Date of engine manufacture: 1980-89 Total time on engine at overhaul: 500-700 Hours Total time of airframe at last overhaul: varies from 1000 – 2000 Hours Registration: British or Lithuanian, Civil. With military history provided (Important for UK CAA approval) […]

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YAK 50

YAK 50 Instrument panel image YAK 50, designed in the 1970’s as a derivative of the YAK 18 series of a/c specifically for World Aerobatic contests. Flying in the hands of Victor Smolin his notable achievement was becoming World Champion in 1982.In effect you could say this is the single seat version of the 52, […]

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YAK 12

The YAK 12 is a high wing aircraft built in 1952. The type served as an air ambulance and was know for its ability to tow gliders out of small field after out field landings. It is said that it can take off across the ridges of a potatoe field.!! Speed is not great being […]

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YAK 18A

The YAK 18A A member of the second generation of Russian aircraft designers, and best known for fighter designs, Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev always retained a light aircraft design section. In May 1945, Yakovlev initiated design of the Yak-18 two-seat primary trainer. He designed it to replace the earlier Yakovlev UT-2 and Yak-5 in service with […]

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YAK 11

YAK 11 Dimensions Length 27ft 10in 8.2m Height 10ft 5in 3.19m Wingspan 30ft 10in 9.4m Wing Area 166 sq ft 15.4m2 Weights and Loadings Empty weight 4,037lb 1,833kg Max AUW 5,468lb 2,482kg Useful load 1,431lb 649kg Wing loading 32.9lb/sq ft 161kg/m2 Power loading 7.8lb/hp 3.83kg/kW Fuel capacity 79 Imp gal 360 lit Design G Loading […]

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YAK-3 WW2 fighter

The previously offered aircraft has now gone to New Zealand. The fighter that ran rings around the ME109 & Fw190 this is it!!

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L-29 flight report

Flying the L-29 History It was the early 1960’s. The Berlin wall was built, the cold war at its height and the USSR was looking for a basic jet trainer. Designs were submitted from the various satellite countries. The “Poles” proposed the TS-11 Iskra (still flying with the Polish A/F, one buzzed me in August […]

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