Normally a single or two-seat training and aerobatic aircraft powered by a 223.6kW Ivchenko AI-14RF radial engine. It has been built in several versions since the prototype flew in 1946. The Yak-18T is an extensively redesigned four-seater powered by a 269kW Vedeneev M-14P radial engine.
| ENGINE||1 x M-11FR, 118kW|
| Take-off weight||1112 kg||2452 lb|
| Empty weight||810 kg||1786 lb|
| Wingspan||10.6 m||35 ft 9 in|
| Length||8.0 m||26 ft 3 in|
| Height||2.2 m||7 ft 3 in|
| Wing area||17.0 m2||182.99 sq ft|
| Max. speed||248 km/h||154 mph|
| Ceiling||4000 m||13100 ft|
| Range||1015 km||631 miles|
They are. Picture is a Yak 18A from the Gesellschaft für Sport und Technik (DDR aero-club), 3-views drawing is a Yak 18h. We also have some still flying in France and UK.
|Douglas Sapp, 20.01.2011|
Respectfully sirs, the aircraft shown is not a Yak 18. A Yak 18 is a 2 place tandem, tail dragger, powered by a 5 cylinder Russian M11FR engine which develops 160 hp. If you need photos Please let me know, I have two examples of these little trainers and have imported 4 others. To the best of my knowledge there less than 8 flying world wide.
|Cyrus Kissling, 24.11.2010|
I need 2 fuel tank caps for Yak 18A They are not the same as Yak 52 caps
I send to Mr., chochkov=aero-x.eu, about these 2 aircraft with spare -part &training course
we Ned to bought 2 aircraft yak 18 t to our club(FIRNAS AERO CLUB)
I am able to offer Yak-18T for sale. Contact me for more information.
I have Yak-18T for sale. Contact me for more information.
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