Single Engine Piston Yakovlev Aircraft Information
The Yakovlev Yak 3 is a small, light, robust Soviet fighter aircraft that was used during WWII. The empty weight of the aircraft is 4,640 lbs (2,105 kg) and the loaded weight is 5,864 lbs (2,692 kg). The maximum speed is 407 mph (655 km/h) and the range for the Yak 3 is 405 miles (650 km). Early models used a Klimov VK-105PF-2-V-12 engine.
The Yakovlev Yak 9 is a Soviet single-engine, single- seat fighter aircraft used during WWII. The empty weight of the aircraft is 5,170 lbs (2,350 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight 6,858 lbs (3,117 kg). The maximum speed is 447 mph (720 km/h) and the range for the Yak 9 is 845 miles (1,360 km).
The Yakovlev Yak 40 is a three-engine, small reginal jet transport airliner. The empty weight is 20,725 lbs (9,400 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 34,170 lbs (15,500 kg). The aircraft has a maximum speed of 297 kts (342 mph, 550 km/h) and a range of 971 nautical miles (1,118 miles, 1,800 km).
The Yakovlev Yak 50 was later redesignated as the Yak 52 for use as a trainer and aerobatic aircraft. The empty weight of the aircraft is 2,238 lbs (1,015 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 2,877 lbs (1,305 kg). The cruising speed is 103 kts (118 mph, 190 km/h), the stall speed is 49 kts (56 mph, 90 km/h), and the maximum speed is 194 kts (223 mph, 360 km/h).
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