PZL Aircraft

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PZL 5 PZL 5

1928

The PZL-5, designed by Malinowski and Kozlovski, was the first sporting aircraft in Poland that ...

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The first prototype flew in 1929. 25 built.

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PZL L-2

1929

PZL L-2

PZL P.1 PZL P.1

1929

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Evolved from the P.1 by Zygmunt Pulawski and developed in parallel with the P.7, the P.6 ...

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PZL P.6

1930

PZL P.6

PZL P.7 PZL P.7

1930

A parallel development to the P.6, from which it differed essentially in having a higher-altitude engine ...

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The installation of a radial engine in the P.Z.L. P.7 diminished the excellent forward ...

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PZL P.11

1931

PZL P.11

PZL P.8 PZL P.8

1932

The P.8 represented an attempt on the part of Zygmunt Pulawski and his assistant, Wsiewolod Jakimiuk, ...

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Because of the terms of licence agreements for the manufacture in Poland of Bristol engines, ...

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PZL P.24

1933

PZL P.24

PZL P-23 / P-43 Karas PZL P-23 / P-43 Karas

1934

During 1931 P.Z.L. had designed a six-passenger single-engine light transport, the P.Z.L. P.13, for service ...

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At the outbreak of World War II the P.Z.L. P.37 Los (elk) was not only ...

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PZL P-37 Los

1936

PZL P-37 Los

PZL P.46 Sum PZL P.46 Sum

1938

The first prototype flew in October 1938. Two built.

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The first prototype flew on March 20, 1938. Entered service in 1941. ...

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PZL P.44 Wicher

1938

PZL P.44 Wicher

PZL P.38 Wilk PZL P.38 Wilk

1938

Conceived as a multi-role fighter and designed by a team led by Franciszek Misztal, the Wilk ...

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Intended as a successor in Lotnictwo Wojskowe service to the P.11, the P.50 Jastrzab (Hawk) ...

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PZL P.50 Jastrzab

1939

PZL P.50 Jastrzab

PZL TS-8 Bies PZL TS-8 Bies

1955

On 23 July 1955 the first prototype was flown of a two-seat basic trainer designated ...

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On 23 May 1958 P.Z.L. flew the prototype of a two-seat semi-aerobatic light monoplane to ...

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PZL 102B

1958

PZL 102B

PZL 101 Gawron PZL 101 Gawron

1958

The PZL 101 was developed from the Yak-12M, which was licence-produced in Poland. The first ...

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Poland's largest aircraft factory, at Mielec, established in the year before the outbreak of World ...

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PZL Mielec MD-12

1959

PZL Mielec MD-12

PZL Mielec TS-11 Iskra PZL Mielec TS-11 Iskra

1960

Design of the P.Z.L. Mielec TS-11 Iskra (spark) two-seat turbojet-powered primary and advanced trainer began in ...

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Designed as a successor to the Polish-built Yak-12 and the P.Z.L. 101 developed from it, ...

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PZL 104 Wilga

1962

PZL 104 Wilga

PZL 106 Kruk PZL 106 Kruk

1973

In early 1972 design was initiated of a new agricultural aircraft of braced low-wing monoplane ...

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Following an agreement between the Polish and Soviet governments for the design and production of ...

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PZL Mielec M-15 Belphegor

1973

PZL Mielec M-15 Belphegor

PZL Mielec M-18 Dromader PZL Mielec M-18 Dromader

1976

Of the same overall configuration as the P.Z.L. 106 Kruk, the M-18 Dromader agricultural aircraft ...

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Design of the P.Z.L. 130 Orlik (spotted eaglet) piston-engined two-seat primary and basic trainer began in ...

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PZL 130 Orlik / Turbo-Orlik

1983

PZL 130 Orlik / Turbo-Orlik

PZL I-22 Iryda PZL I-22 Iryda

1985

Launched 1977, leading to 1980 Polish Ministry of National Defence Iskra-22 requirement for combat-capable jet trainer. ...

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