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By Peter R March

This booklet positive aspects the numerous forms of gentle airplane to be visible, each one illustrated with complete info on pace, energy plant, editions and so forth.

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Fixed-skid undercarriage. Variants: Westland-built Sioux AH1 helicopters were based on the Civil Bell 47G-38-1. Many of these have come on the civil market and are used for light training and general purposes. 62m) Max cruising speed: 90mph (145Km/h) Accommodation: Pilot plus one passenger First aircraft flown: B2 - 21 February 1953 Production: Remained in production until 1982 Recognition: Large bulbous glazed nose with tapering fuselage to the rear extremity that has a small vertical fin. Enclosed engine.

45m) Max cruising speed: 167mph (270km/h) Accommodation: Pilot plus one passenger First aircraft flown: May 1978 . Production: Approximately 1,600 (mainly for former USSR and Romanian Air Force) Recognition: Low-wing monoplane with straight-tapered wings. Large 'glasshouse' canopy. Semi-retractable tricycle undercarriage to reduce damage in a wheels-up landing. Large radial engine With louvres In front of cowling to regulate cooling. Large curved fin and rudder. Separate rearward sliding hood over each seat.

I t 1991 (su-29)' 1992 (su-31) First aircraft flown: June 1984 ~sU-26)f sa e~iallY develop'ed symmetrical section, Recognition: Mid-wing monop an~ °USi~g large radial engine, with three-blade variable along span. Long nose 0 fusela e drops sharply to rear propeller. Straight under fus~la_~~ :~~ ~~~3~~ but d~uble on Su-29). sharpof cockpit canopy (single o~ ~) fin and rudder. Non-retractable tailwheel cornered (ratheAr rc thhandrcoaUnntil:ver mainwheel legs. steerable tailwheel, on undercarriage.

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