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Sunday, 29 October 2017

Zlin Trener & Akrobat One and two Seat Aerobatic and Training Light Aircraft

Zlin Trener & Akrobat One and two Seat Aerobatic and Training Light Aircraft 

The Eminent Zlin arrangement of 2 seat Trener coaches and single seat Akrobat Aerobatic Airship was an extraordinary 
achievement, winning various world Aerobatic title titles amid the 1960s.The first Z 26 Trener was composed in light of a 
Czechoslovak government prerequisite for a 2 seat fundamental coach for flying school and military utilization. The Z 26 was controlled by a 78kw (105hp) Walter Minor 4iii inline four chamber motor, offered wooden development and a settled taildragger undercarriage. The model flew without precedent for 1947 and 16 generation Z 26s were constructed before it was supplanted from 1953 by the metal development Z 126.The performance of this Aircraft is Z 226 - Max speed 220km/h (120kt), normal cruising speed 195km/h (105kt). Initial rate of climb 950ft/min. Service ceiling 17,390ft. Range 485km (260nm). Z 526F - Max speed 244km/h (132kt), normal cruising speed 210km/h (113kt). Initial rate of climb 1180ft/min. 
Service ceiling 17,060ft. Range with standard fuel 475km (256nm), range with wingtip tanks 837km (452nm).The original Z-26 was designed in the 1940s and produced in 1946 by the Czechoslovakian company, Moravan to meet a requirement for a basic trainer to replace the Bücker Jungmann and Bestmann. It was a low-wing monoplane of mixed construction, with wooden wings and a welded metal tube fuselage, powered by a single 4-Cylinder piston Engine, the Walter Minor 4-III. It first flew in early 1947, proving superior to the competing Praga 112, and was declared the Winner, entering production in 

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