Evolved from the La-9 to meet a requirement for a
fighter with sufficient range to fulfil the escort role, the
La-11 was destined to be the last piston-engine fighter
from the Lavochkin bureau. It had a wing fundamentally
similar to that of the La-9 and retained the
ASh-82FN engine, but provision was made to attach
auxiliary fuel tanks at the wingtips, the ventral oil
cooler was incorporated in the engine cowling and
armament was reduced to three 23mm NS-23 cannon.
The first prototype was flown in June 1947 under the
design bureau designation La-134, and production
(1947-51) at Gor'kiy was to total 1,182 aircraft.
was supplied in some numbers to both the Chinese and
the North Korean air forces, and saw operational use
during the Korean conflict. It was finally phased out of
first line VVS service in the early 'fifties.
| Take-off weight||3990 kg||8796 lb|
| Empty weight||2770 kg||6107 lb|
| Wingspan||9.8 m||32 ft 2 in|
| Length||8.7 m||29 ft 7 in|
| Max. speed||674 km/h||419 mph|
| Ceiling||10250 m||33650 ft|
| Range w/max.fuel||2550 km||1585 miles|
|A three-view drawing (1690 x 1240)|
|JIM, e-mail, 24.12.2012 03:27|
has anyone made drwings for this aircraft for RC..I m looking for drwing between 80" and 90 ".
will purchase drawings if anyone has them
|bombardier, e-mail, 23.05.2011 14:21|
Ôhe La-11 was the Soviet equivalent of the long range P51D.There were a few dogfights between Lavochkins and F4U Corsairs and P51 Mustangs but then the United Nations introduced their jets almost all North Korean piston aircraft were shot down,remaing La-11 served as night fighters
|Paco Ibañez, e-mail, 01.03.2010 20:44|
Estoy buscando información sobre el avión Lavochkin La 11, algún libro que contenga detalles para la construcción de una maqueta a 1 /3 de escala, así como detalles de acabado y decoración del mismo.
|paco ibañez, e-mail, 11.06.2009 19:56|
I need plans this aircraft, lavochkin La 11 for to make to 1 /3 scale, also to equal other small scale.
|Marek Pawelek, e-mail, 13.07.2007 00:32|
Yes, you may find such information in Squadron Signal book: F4U in Action [Aircraft In Action No. 29].
|Brian Anderson, e-mail, 28.02.2007 17:08|
Are there any recorded dogfights between North Korean or Chinese Lavochkins and American piston engine aircraft?
Do you have any comments?
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