Through a joint programme with Yakovlev of Russia, Aermacchi is assisting in developing the Yak/AEM-130 to meet the Russian Air
Force's requirement to replace the L-29 and L-39. The aircraft is equipped with a quadruplex fly-by-wire flight control system and will be
required to fulfil a broad range of tasks: from basic flying training to weapons training and aircraft carrier deck training.
|A three-view drawing (1000 x 476)|
| ENGINE||2 x RD-35, 22kN|
| Take-off weight||5400-6200 kg||11905 - 13669 lb|
| Wingspan||10.6 m||35 ft 9 in|
| Length||11.3 m||37 ft 1 in|
| Height||4.8 m||16 ft 9 in|
| Wing area||17.6 m2||189.44 sq ft|
| Max. speed||1000 km/h||621 mph|
| Ceiling||12500 m||41000 ft|
| Range||1850 km||1150 miles|
|Faisal Salauddin Mahin/Maheen, e-mail, 04.09.2011 11:12|
It looks like L-39 albatross and also T-34 trainer aircraft sadly bngladesh has none of this subsonic aircratfs like to have 12 of this planes plz for bangladesh air force.
|Jerry Chin, e-mail, 07.12.2010 21:28|
I do like this jet i know this is a trainer is there going to be a jet fighter of this kind
|Jagdeep DESAI, e-mail, 23.10.2010 17:31|
Simply too good design.
Classic aerodynamic shape and proportions.
Congratulations to Yakovlev Design Bureau.
Would like to own and fly one
|saman, e-mail, 23.01.2010 14:24|
fuel system layout
|no joke, e-mail, 04.01.2009 15:09|
real problem with foto galeries?;))))))))))))))))))))))))))
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