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Yak Light aircraft 1927 - 1936

These small and sympathetic baby planes, biplanes, and monoplanes reflect the aviation mood and romance in the country at that time. People were studying flying and flight nature on these aircraft. Projects sprang up one after another, more frequently on enthusiasm than at scientific approach. This was glorious period of sky development. Just at that time A.S.Yakovlev with small team of engineers and workers fabricated a number of light aircraft that didn't yet bear "Yak" emblem and were designated as AIR-1, AIR-2, ... , AIR-19.

Aircraft type Engine
type and
power (hp)
Take-off
weight
(kg)
Wing area
(m2)
Maximum
speed
(km/h)
Range (km)
/
endurance
of flight (h)
Ceiling (m) Serial
production
AIR-1 "Cirrus"/60 550 18,9 150 400/4 3850 -
AIR-2 "Simens"/85 710 18,7 140 - - (p)*
AIR-3 "Walter"/60 762 16,5 146 1835/14 4200 -
AIR-4 "Walter"/60 630 16,5 150 500/4 4000 -
AIR-5 "Right"/200 1390 23 193 1000/6 4275 -
AIR-6 M-11/100 961 19,8 168 700/5 4600 468
AIR-7 M-22/480 1400 19,4 332 1300/5 - -
AIR-8 "Simens"/85 675 18 150 6 hours 4000 -
AIR-9 M-11/100 - - 200 1000 5000 -
AIR-9 bis M-11/100 797 15,5 215 750/4,5 5800 -
AIR-10 M-11/100 788 15,5 210 750/4,5 5700 -
AIR-10 M-11/100 - 15,5 200 700/4,5 3200 (p)*
UT-2 (20) M-11E/150 916 17,2 215 450/2 6500 -
20 with Reno "Reno"/140 - 17,2 - - - -
UT-2 with Reno "Reno"/140 893 17,2 240 830/4 6100 -
UT-2 standard M-11/100 856 17,2 205 500/2,5 3500 -
UT-2 M-11E/150 1003 17,2 210 - 3256 (p)*
UT-2M M-11B/110 900 1003 17,2 185 1000 4000 -
UT-2MB M-11B/145 1012
1114
17,2 181 - 2800
4000
-
UT-2L M-11B/145 905 16,6 - 700 - -
Yak-5 M-11B/145 947 16,6 236 450 5200 -
AIR-11 Gypsy 1205 860 16,7 210 720/4,4 4480 -
AIR-12 M-11/100 - 20,4 218 - - -
UT-1 (AIR-14)
with M-11
M-11G/110 596 9,7 234 - 4600 -
UT-1
M-11G
M-11G/110 618 8,3 240 2,2 hours 5000 -
UT-1
with M-11E
M-11E/160 598 9,7 257 3 hours 7120 -
UT-1 M-11E/150 673 8,3 218 - - (p)*
AIR-18
with "Reno"
"Reno"/140 - 9,7 300 - - -
UT-21 "Reno"/220 831 9,7 322 715 7000 -
UT-3
(AIR-17)
"Reno"/2x240 3108 33,42 273 1000 6200 -
AIR-19 MB-6A/2x220 2950 33,42 280 780 5500 -
Yak-6 M-11F/2x140 2300 29,6 183 580/4 3380 (t)*
Yak-6
bomber
M-11F/2x140 23500 29,6 183 - - -
Yak-8 M-11F/2x145 2700 30 248 730/4,5 3900 -
Yak-16
passenger
ASh-21/2x700 6021 56,2 370 800/4 7550 -
Yak-16 ASh-21/2x700 -0 56,2 - - - (w)*
Yak-200 ASh-21/2x700 4795 36 400 1340 7500 -
Yak-210 ASh-21/2x700 5122 36 400 - 7350 -
Yak-13 M-11FM/145 1230 22 245 660/3,5 4000 -
Yak-10
with M-11FM
M-11FM/145 1150 22 200 365/3 3400 -
Yak-10
with M-11FR
M-11FR/160 1170 22 195 350/3 2650 -
Yak-10 M-11FM/145 1150 22 200 365/3 3200 (s)*
Yak-12
with M-11FR
M-11FR/160 1185 21,6 169 810/4 4300 -
Yak-12G M-11FR/160 1211 - 163 - - (p)*
Yak-12S M-11FR/160 1232 22 172 620/4 - (s)*
Yak-12R AI-14R/260 1172 23,8 184 440 5800 -
Yak-12GR AI-14R/260 1190 - 162 430 1970 (p)*
Yak-12M AI-14R/260 1450 23,8 182 765/3 4160 -
Yak-12B
biplane
AI-14R/260 1400 36,5 200 500 - -
Yak-11 ASh-21/700 2300 15,4 465 1250 7950 -
Yak-12A AI-14R/260 1588 20,6 215 1070/7 4000 -
Yak-11U AI-Sh21/700 2420 15,4 460 825/240 7100 3859
Yak-18 M-11FR/160 1060 17 240 1095 4000 4830
Yak-18U M-11FR/160 1166 17 235 780/4h50min 3300 850
Yak-18T
with M-11FR
M-11FR/160 1176 - - - - -
Yak-18A AI-14R/260 1316 17 246 685/4 5060 950
Yak-18A AI-14R/260 1366 17 236 640/3,5 4520 (i)*
Yak-20
(1949)
M-10 700 15,5 160 - 3000 -
  • (p)* - aircraft on floats
  • (t)* - passenger aircraft
  • (s)* - air ambulance
  • (i)* - aircraft on ski
  • (w)* - military cargo



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