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  • HAIG L-15
    Progress AI 25s or domestic WS11s ACCOMMODATION Two zero zero ejection seats in tandem AVIONICS HOTAS controls HUD s and MFDs stores management system DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 11 m 36 ft Length overall 15 m 49 ft WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS Normal T O weight clean 6 500 kg 14 330 lb Max T O weight 9 500 kg 20 950 lb PERFORMANCE Max level speed M1 4 Max rate

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/military-aircraft/1098-haig-l-15.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Aero L-29 Delfin
    area 19 9m 2 213sq ft ACCOMMODATION Seating for two in tandem ARMAMENT Max warload of 200kg on two underwing hardpoints one per wing Armament can include two 7 62mm gun pods or two 100kg 220lb bombs eight light unguided rockets or two drop tanks OPERATORS Bulgaria Czech Republic Egypt Iraq Mali Nigeria Romania Syria HISTORY One of the Czech aircraft industry s most successful aircraft designs the L 29 Delfin saw widespread use in the Soviet Union as that country s primary advanced jet trainer for more than a decade from the early 1960s Early designs studies for a two seat jet engined trainer were conducted by K Tomas and Z Ruble in 1955 Features of the resulting L 29 Delfin Dolphin include its design concept of simplicity Examples of this include easy construction and maintenance and docile handling qualities Other design features are typical of jet trainers of the era including a small turbojet engine straight wing tandem seating and lightweight ejection seats Unlike many of its contemporaries and later jet trainers the L 29 features a T tail and can operate from grass waterlogged and dirt strips The first XL 29 prototype was powered by a Bristol Siddeley Viper engine and flew for the first time on April 5 1959 A second prototype flew in July 1960 powered by the indigenously developed M 701 turbojet The following year the Delfin was pitted against the Yak 30 and PZL Mielec TS 11 Iskra in a competitive fly off The result of that competition saw the Delfin equip the air forces of every Warsaw Pact nation except for Poland The Soviet Union alone took delivery of more than 2000 Delfins while significant numbers also served with Czechoslovakia East Germany and Hungary In these countries the Delfin was used in

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  • HAL LCH
    nose section with tandem crew seating Four blade hingeless main rotor with swept blade tips Intended for anti tank close air support air to air combat and scout roles STRUCTURE Extensive use of composites to reduce radar signature LANDING GEAR Non retractable and crashworthy tricycle type POWER PLANT Two 895 kW 1 200 shp Turbomeca HAL TM333 2C2 Ardiden 1H turboshafts Indian name Shakti with FADEC derated to 798 kW

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  • SAIC LE-500 Little Eagle
    2005 DESIGN FEATURES Said to be a joint development by SAIC an AVIC I design institute and China Civil Aviation Flying Academy CCAFA Appears outwardly identical to Socata TB20 Trinidad with which it shares Lycoming IO 560 power plant and similar MTOW and cruising speed but developed without French company s assistance CUSTOMERS Intention to purchase signified by CCAFA but may face competition from Western manufacturers to replace existing fleet

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  • LOCKHEED MARTIN AIRCRAFT ARGENTINA SA
    from April 1992 Air Force buying 30 per cent of the shares to establish itself as holding and management authority control of FMA handed over to Planning Secretary of MoD on 20 December 1993 MoD and Lockheed Aircraft Argentina SA signed concession agreement on 15 December 1994 allocating management of FMA to Lockheed Martin now Lockheed Martin Aircraft Argentina SA from 1 July 1995 Principal activities are aircraft design manufacture upgrading maintenance and repair current tasks including maintenance and modification of A 4AR Fighting Hawks C 130 Hercules IA 58 Pucaras and IA 63 Pampas and proposed manufacture of a further batch of 12 Pampas Argentine Air Force maintenance contract renewed in January 2001 for five years at estimated value of US 230 million but national financial crisis has severely curtailed military contracts Laboratories factories and other aeronautical division buildings occupy total covered area of 220 000 m 2 2 368 075 sq ft had workforce of 900 in early 2003 Cordoba facility also accommodates Centro de Ensayos en Vuelo Flight Test Centre a separate division also controlled by Argentine Air Force at which all aircraft produced in Argentina undergo certification testing Contact Details Address Avendia Fuerza Aerea Argentina Km

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  • Sapphire LSA Mk II
    all including tax 2003 Operating cost around A 24 per hour DESIGN FEATURES Pod and boom fuselage with strut braced shoulder mounted wings open cockpit with large windscreen Baggage box volume 25 litres 0 88 cu ft in fuselage pod FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Ailerons and trimmable all flying tailplane operated by pushrods rudder spring coupled to tailwheel quarter span flaps deflections 5 up for fast cruising and 20 and 40 down STRUCTURE Mostly composites GFRP fuselage pod reinforced with internal bulkheads aluminium tailboom wings of GFRP with foam ribs fin is of GFRP horizontal tail and rudder of aluminium tube with fabric covering Wings and horizontal tail detach for storage or transport quoted disassembly assembly times 10 minutes and 5 minutes respectively LANDING GEAR Tailwheel type fixed One piece laminated GFRP main legs Mainwheel size 11 4 00x5 Cableoperated brakes Wheel fairings optional At least one nosewheel equipped Sapphire conversion exists POWER PLANT One 29 5 kW 39 6 hp Rotax 447 UL 1V or 34 0 kW 45 6 hp Rotax 503 UL 1 V two cylinder twostroke driving a Sweetapple two or three blade wooden pusher propeller via 2 24 1 reduction gearing Integral fuel tanks in wings standard capacity 38 litres 10 0 US gallons 8 4 Imp gallons optional 58 litres 15 3 US gallons 12 8 Imp gallons EQUIPMENT Fully enclosed canopy and strut fairings optional DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 8 84 m 29 ft 0 in Length overal 5 00 m 16 ft 4 3 4 in Height overall 1 25 m 4 ft 1 1 4 in Propeller diameter 1 27 m 4 ft 2 in DIMENSIONS INTERNAL Cabin max width 0 61 m 2 ft 0 in AREAS Wings gross 9 13 m 2 98 3 sq ft WEIGHTS AND

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  • LZ
    lapsed when in mid 2000 Ayres funding was suspended all 1 400 Let employees were sent on leave and production was halted due to expiry of credit arrangement with largest creditor Konsolidacni Banka which field a bankruptcy suit against Let in September 2000 Let officially declared bankrupt on 24 October 2000 Let had focused recently on upgrading the L410 420 repairing modernising and selling used L410s especially low time aircraft from the former USSR continuing the L610G certification programme production of L 13 23 33 series of Blanik sailplanes and attracting subcontract work Let was to have been responsible for all wings and tail units for the now defunct Ayres LM 200 Loadmaster as well as fuselages for Loadmasters assembled in the Czech Republic and had delivered some components to USA before mid 2000 stoppage However by March 2001 funding only to maintain Let s contribution to Ayres Loadmaster programme had apparently been obtained and L610G programme had been put up for sale Search for new owner resolved on 16 July 2001 when Moravan Aeroplanes acquired company for Kcs200 million US 5 million Moravan plans to continue marketing of L410 420 and Let s sailplane range and to place Z

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  • LAMBERT
    Royal Aeronautical Society Light Aircraft Design Competition with his Mission M212 100 described below The prototype was fabricated in Belgium with the assistance of Steven Lambert and the intention of undertaking test flying at Koksijde air force base No decision has yet been announced as to where production will take place Contact Details Address Lupinestraat 5 B 8500 Kortrijk Belgium Tel 32 56 43 16 26 URL www lambert aircraft

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