By Peter R March
This ebook positive aspects the various forms of mild plane to be visible, each one illustrated with complete facts on velocity, strength plant, editions and so forth.
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Square-topped fin and rudder with small dorsal fairing. Tailplane set on top of fuselage. 9kW) Lycoming AE10-540-D4A5 engine, supplied to USAF. SOCATA (Gardan) GY-80 Horizon Single-engined four-seat light aircraft Basic data for Socata GY-80 HOrIZon Powerplant: One 160hp (119kW) Lycoming 0-320-B or 180hp (134kW) 0-360Right: Slingsby T67M Firefly II. PRM Below: Slingsby T67M Firefly 160. h t bl t' c1e Reco nition: Single-engined low-wing monoplane Wit retrac a e rlcy un~ercarriage. Straight leading edge to wing with fillet at front WI~g ro~t.
L Above: Rutan Varieze. PRM I LIGHT AIRCRAFT LIGHT AIRCRAFT Scheibe SF-2S Falke. 55m) Max cruising speed: 80mph (130km/h) Accommodation: Two side-by-side seats First aircraft flown: May 1963 (SF-2SA); March 1971 (SF-25C) Production: 1,031 Recognition: Single nose-engine-powered low-wing sailplane with high-aspect ratio wings with marked dihedral and square tips. Very short nose. Squaretopped fin and rudder. Single-wheel, non-retractable, faired main undercarriage with wing outriggers. 3kW) Limbach L2000-EA engine and optional tricycle undercarriage; 5F-25K K-Falke - SF-25C with folding wings, larger canopy and GRP forward fuselage covering; 5F-25D Falke - SF-25B with Limbach engine; 51ingsby T61A Falke - licence-built by Slingsby Sailplanes; 5F-25E Super Falke - has extended wing, air brakes, narrow chord swept vertical tail, raised bubble canopy; 5F-28A1B Tandem Falke - Tandem two-seat version of SF-25C.
Steerable tailwheel, on undercarriage. e to long spring, connec~edb the r~~1:ith Su-26MX (X for export) for the Variants: Su-26M - t e aShlc mo t development of the Su-26MX with export market; Su-29 - t e two-sea wing span and overall length increased; Su-31 - a more advanced single-seat version with a 400hp (298kW) engine and has retractable tailwheel. Above: Sukhoi Su-26MX. 57m) Max cruising speed: 93mph (150km/h) Accommodation: Single-seat First aircraft flown: 2 December 1957 Production: 117 Recognition: Single-engined shoulder-wing monoplane.