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L-39 Albatros (Albatross)

Type Rating
Requirement:
1000 hours total flying time
500 hours PIC

The most sought-after aircraft on the Jet Warbird Market – far more modern in design than all of the others. The L-39 is a unique blend of Soviet-style simplicity and Czechoslovakian-style Western technology.

An amazingly easy aircraft to fly – with excellent back-up systems. This is the current Russian Trainer. It was also produced as a close air support aircraft.

Features:

Weight: 10,500 lbs.
Pressurized and air-conditioned
Anti-lock, anti-skid brakes

Performance Specifications:

Power loading: 3,800 lbs of thrust
Rate of climb, at 10K feet: 4000 ft/min
Cruise speed: 310 to 360 knots
Stall speed: 90 knots
Final approach speed: 120 knots
Best climb: 180 knots