1980 Yakovlev Yak-50

Price:
69 000 GBP
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Make
Yakovlev
Model
Yak-50
Year
1980
Seller
WilcoAviation
Location
United Kingdom
Condition
Pre-owned
Seller type
Broker
Total Time
578 h
Engine Time
189 h
Undercarriage
Retractable Tricycle
Seats
1
Registration
G-BTZB

Highlights

  • Wilco Aviation is proud to present the first of several exclusive listings for Yakovlev 50 and 52 aircraft in the UK. These aircraft are currently owned, operated, and displayed by the world-renowned Yakovlev display team, The Yakovlevs.

Exterior

  • 9/10
  • Silver & Red

Interior

  • 8/10
  • Standard

Maintenance

  • CAA PERMIT: New on Sale
  • ENGINE OVERHAULED: 12/11/2008

Specifications

Seat Configuration
1
Gross Weight
965 Kg
Cruise Speed
140 Kt
Fuel Capacity
120 l

Engine

Manufacturer, Model
Ivchenko, M-14P
Power
360
TSOH
189
OHD
11/12/2008
Propeller
MT-Propeller, MTV-9-250
Type
Variable Pitch
Blades
3
TSOH
42
OHD
08/03/2018

Avionics

XPNDR
Trig, TT21
EFIS
  • AvMap EFIS
ELT
  • McCurdo 606mHz Integra ELT
Basic instruments
  • Air Speed Indicator (ASI)
  • Altimeter
  • Cylinder Heat Temperature gauge (CHT)
  • Carb Temperature gauge
  • Oil Temperature gauge
  • Oil Pressure gauge
  • Manifold Pressure gauge
  • Fuel Pressure gauge
  • G Meter
  • RPM gauge
  • Clock
  • Compass
  • Active noise reduction Lomo connector
  • Aux 24v Socket

Modifications and performance equipment

Smoke System

Safety equipment

Harnesses
  • Hooker 7-point harness

Ground equipment

Cover
  • Hot weather canopy cover
  • Cold weather canopy cover

Additional Remarks

  • The Yakovlev Yak-50 (Russian: Яковлев Як-50) is an aerobatic aircraft featuring a single-seat, all-metal, low-wing monoplane design with retractable main wheels and an exposed tail wheel. Its control surfaces are fabric-covered to reduce weight. Notably, the aircraft is not equipped with flaps.
  • This particular Yak-50 is powered by a supercharged Vedeneyev M14P engine, producing 360 hp and driving the MTV 9 -250 propeller through a reduction gearbox. The landing gear, brakes, and engine starter are operated by compressed air, replenished by an engine-driven compressor. The main and emergency air bottles are located within the forward fuselage between the firewall and fuel tanks.
  • Aircraft G-BTZB has undergone extensive modifications to enhance its performance and usability. These upgrades include replacing the traditional ignition system with an automotive modification for reliable starts, removing heavy wiring and inverter systems in favor of modern lightweight generator systems, strengthening the tail wheel, modifying the lower cylinder oil drain, and adding wing spades, among others.
  • The Yakovlevs’ paint scheme is an adaptation of the livery used by aircraft in the 1941 Battle of Stalingrad to identify allies and has been used by The Yakovlevs in an honour to the men and women who were involved.
  • The Yak-50 is known for its excellent handling characteristics, thanks to its high power-to-weight ratio and durable, agile airframe. This model was twice named World Aerobatic Champion and has served as a military trainer in several countries.
  • All applicable Airworthiness Directives (ADs) and Service Bulletins (SBs) have been addressed. Full logs and records are available for inspection.
  • Worldwide shipping and packaging can be arranged by experienced Yakovlev team aircraft engineers at an additional predetermined cost.
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