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Yak 50

£52,995

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Purchased by our MD last year for his collection this Yak 50 is now on the market to fund a new Warbird project – as you will see in Decembers Pilot magazine article JYAK is a fantastic looking aircraft and any new owner will have great enjoyment form her.

Originally modified to look like Lavochkin-7 fighter; flew for around 40 hours for a film production, and then stored for around 10 years in Moscow. Since then this plane has been privately owned in the UK; always hangared; never damaged in any way and only flown in formation aerobatics with the Aerostars

Acrobatically, they are a delight to fly – and 50s won two world aerobatic Championships which speaks for itself.

Airframe total time from new under 650 hours; engine similarly under 650 hours from new. Propeller has done under 200 hours from new, calendar time expires in April 2017. Hoses have a 10 year life and were replaced in May 2014.

One of the world’s finest and most charismatic aircraft. They look; sound and feel like a little fighter and have appropriate performance.

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  • Becker radio
  • Mode S transponder
  • Smoke system

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