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Beechcraft Baron 55 Author: Victor Egorov
One of the most versatile and popular twin-engine aircraft ever built, the Baron combines performance, exceptional cabin size, and comfort.

This excellent model has a working pitch and mixture controls, retractable gear and flaps, and requires the update of 9/10/05 or better.

This beautiful plane has been made by Victor Egorov
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Katana DV20 Author: Victor Egorov
Katana DV20 (Rotax 912 A3 Bombardier 81 h.p.)

Katana DV20 it is a lightweight version of the motor gliderSuper Dimona with shortened wing.
The first flight in 1993.
The further development is Katana DA-20.

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Cessna 152 Author: Kevin Smith
Extremely stable tri-gear, side by side two-seater, used mainly as a flying school trainer.
Cessna introduced the swept fin (with extension) to the small plane market.
Speed 123 mph, 480 miles, 100-h.p. Continental engine.

This beautiful plane has been modeled with high detail and is a real pleasure to fly.

This beautiful plane was created by Kevin Smith

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Cessna 172 SP Author: Victor Egorov
One of the most popular touring aircraft of all time, the Cessna 172 has gained a place in the history books.
A four seat aircraft, the 172 is a simple to fly, forgiving aircraft that is ideal for sightseeing with its high wing design.

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Piper Pa18 Super Cub on floats Author: Kevin Smith
The Super Cub developed from Piper's J-3 Cub, and proved to be one of the company's most popular and enduring products.
The Super Cub first flew in 1949 and replaced the PA11 Cub Special on the production line.
In the 32 year production run ending in 1981, 7,500 Super Cubs were built, among them 1,700 military versions.
From 1981 to 1988 Piper continued building the Super Cub on behalf of WTA, new owners of rights to the aircraft, and produced 250 in all.
Rights returned to Piper in 1988, production stopping in 1992 due to financial problems.
It resumed in 1993, but in 1994 Piper announced discontinuation of the line, and only 100 were built between 1988 and 1994.

This beautiful plane was created by Kevin Smith

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Piper Pa18 Super Cub Author: Kevin Smith
The Super Cub developed from Piper's J-3 Cub, and proved to be one of the company's most popular and enduring products.
The Super Cub first flew in 1949 and replaced the PA11 Cub Special on the production line.
In the 32 year production run ending in 1981, 7,500 Super Cubs were built, among them 1,700 military versions.
From 1981 to 1988 Piper continued building the Super Cub on behalf of WTA, new owners of rights to the aircraft, and produced 250 in all.
Rights returned to Piper in 1988, production stopping in 1992 due to financial problems.
It resumed in 1993, but in 1994 Piper announced discontinuation of the line, and only 100 were built between 1988 and 1994.

This beautiful plane was created by Kevin Smith

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Piper PA-25 Pawnee Author: Victor Egorov
The Piper Company developed the PA-25 Pawnee after modified PA-18s demonstrated the viability of the agricultural market.
Design features, including the elevated cockpit, were intended to reduce the likelihood of an accident and increase the chance of surviving a low-speed crash.

The Pawnee first flew in 1957. When production ended in 1982 about 5,000 had been built.

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Douglas DC-3 Author: Victor Egorov
The Douglas DC-3 is a fixed-wing, propeller-driven aircraft which revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and 1940s, and is generally regarded as one of the most significant transport aircraft ever made.

This amazing plane was created by Victor Egorov
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McDonnell Douglas F-4E "Kurnas 2000". Author: Victor Egorov
The F-4E, which took off on its maiden flight on June 30th 1967, became the leading Phantom model, with 1,389 planes built.
This model, with an additional fuselage fuel tank, leading-edge slats for increased maneuverability, and an improved engine, also has an internally mounted 20mm multibarrel gun with improved fire-control system.
In 1980 the IAF embarked upon the initial planning phase of the project for upgrading the plane. On 15 July 1987 the first prototype of the improved plane took off. It was dubbed the Kurnas 2000. Kurnas 2000, which entered service in the IAF on 09 April 1989, was different from the original Phantom mostly in its avionics.
McDonnell Douglas and the Israeli Aircraft Industries had both considered replacing the J79's with Pratt & Whitney PW1120. The IAI experimentally installed the new engines in a Phantom, and its performance was markedly enhanced, in terms of cruise speed and range.

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General Dynamics IF-16D "Barak". Author: Victor Egorov
The IF-16D is a two seat model of the popular plane, it's back seat is reserved for the Weapon System Operator.

This model was custom modified for the IAF, those modifications required a larger and stronger landing gear, and called for a different model designation, thus the Israeli F- 16D was designated as IF-16D.

The IF-16D is powered by a stronger General Electric F110-GE-100, with an enlarged air intake.

The first F-16D was received by the IAF, at December 21, 1987, marked with "The First Combat squadron" colors and the tail number of 031.

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Fuga Magister "Tzukit" Author: Victor Egorov
A jet powered trainer that is used in the selection process in the IAF Flight School and and for training cadets. It was developed from the French Fouga Magister, that had served the IAF as both a jet combat plane and a trainer since 1960. The Fougas were radically revamped by the IAI and fitted for carrying advanced motors and equipment.

The first prototype of the Tzukit took to the air in September of 1980, and was handed over to the IAF in May of 1981 for initial testing. At the IAF's request certain modifications were carried out and included in the first serial Tzukit planes, which were delivered to the IAF in June of 1983. By 1986, all of the Tzukit planes created had been delivered to the IAF.

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