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1947 Central club sportsmen training on Yak-18 before parade
 Central club sportsmen training
 on Yak-18 before parade

Trainer aircraft.

Nearly every Russian pilot began his way in aviation from "flying desk" - trainer aircraft. A.S.Yakovlev Design Bureau traditionally considers developing trainer aircraft for pilots training as a honour.

Design Bureau had developed such known trainers as Yak-11, Yak-18А and its single seater versions (Yak-18П, Yak-18ПМ, Yak-18ПС). The multiporpose four seater primary trainer aircraft Yak-18Т, proved to be reliable "work horse" in flying schools and as a general aviation aircraft.

There were produced later:
aerobatic aircraft Yak-50 and
its trainer version Yak-52.

The first jet trainer and aerobatic aircraft appeared as Yak-30 and Yak-32.

Select the variant:

trainers and combat-trainers
        ALL    YAK-11    YAK-18А    YAK-18Т    YAK-30    YAK-32    YAK-50    YAK-52
remote piloted vehicles (Unmanned Aircraft)
        ALL    «PCHELA»
vertical take-off/landing aircraft (VTOL)
        ALL    YAK-36  YAK-38  YAK-141
passenger aircraft
        ALL    YAK-40    YAK-42
supersonic aircraft
        ALL    YAK-28PM    YAK-28U
general aviation aircraft
        ALL    YAK-8    YAK-12    YAK-16
land troops gliders and helicopters
        ALL    YAK-14    YAK-24
jet fighters
        ALL    YAK-15    YAK-17    YAK-23    YAK-25    YAK-25RV    YAK-27
World War II fighters
        ALL    YAK-1      YAK-7      YAK-9      BB-22      YAK-3
early aircraft
        ALL    AIR-1    AIR-2    AIR-3    AIR-6    AIR-7    AIR-9    AIR-17
        UT-1    UT-2


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