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Yak-18T Picture AlbumThe Yakovlev Yak-18T trainer is a four-place, fully aerobatic utility aircraft developed from the Yak-18 primary trainer. Introduced to train Aeroflot pilots, it has recently gained some popularity as a sportplane in both the East and the West. It is powered by a 360 to 400 hp Vedeneyev M-14P radial engine, and is designed for stresses of +6.4/-3.2 g.

Technical data & Performance

    Maximum speed: km/h (225 mph)
    Range: km (1,090 miles), with 490 litre tanks
    Service ceiling: m (22,000+ ft)
    Rate of climb: m/min (1,850 ft/min)
    Wing loading: kg/sqm ( lb/sqft)
    Power/mass: kW/kg (.11 hp/lb)

    Crew: one pilot
    Capacity: three passengers
    Length: m (27 ft 6 in)
    Wingspan: m (36 ft 7 in)
    Height: m (11 ft 2 in)
    Wing area: mē (203.36 sqft)
    Empty: kg (2,446 lb)
    Loaded: kg (3,307 lb)
    Maximum takeoff: kg (3,637 lb)
    Powerplant: 1x Vedeneyev M-14PF radial engine, kW (400 hp)

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