1992 Aero L-59 Super Albatros

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The Aero L-59 Super Albatros is a Czech military training aircraft. It was developed in the late 1950s as a successor to the Aero L-29 Delfin and was produced until 1997. It is a high-wing monoplane with a metal structure and a retractable tricycle landing gear. It is powered by a single Ivchenko AI-25TL turbofan engine, which gives it a maximum speed of around 710 km/h. The L-59 was used by the Czech Air Force, as well as a number of other countries, for advanced and weapons training. It was also exported to several countries for use in military training and light attack roles.



  • Engine 642 hrs since Overhaul in 2002 by DV2 Factory
  • Turbofan engine DV2 at 4,850 lbs of Trust with Great EGT margin (25 degrees), engine with FADEC. Same fuel flown as the AI25 Engine for the L39C model but 100 knots faster in cruise
  • Acceleration from 4 to 6 seconds from idle to full power
  • Cruise speed of 450 KTAS at FL280
  • VMO of 500 KIAS and MMO Mach .78
  • Approach speeds 120 Kias
  • Range with Tip tanks 650 nm / without tiptanks 370nm
  • CURRENT SEATSAND CANOPY IS COLD but could become HOT pending invest on pyros / rockets
  • Climb speeds at 250/270 KIAS at 4,000fpm – 5,500 Fpm depending on the weight
  • Flight controls hydraulics system (dual independent systems)
  • 2 x Hydraulics systems
  • APU Engine start with Back up Generator and back up Hydraulicpump
  • Garmin G3X
  • Garmin GTN650
  • GarminAutopilot
  • ADS-B
  • 2 x Com’s + 1 Nav + GPS
  • Back up Garmin G5
  • US Oxygen systeminstalled
  • Ipad Doc
  • Hydraulic Canopy
  • Antiskid system

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