Category Archives: YAK

Jimmy Burke’s Yak-52

Jimmy Burke’s Yak-52

History: The Yak-52 is a Soviet primary trainer. This aircraft was restored in Lithuania in 2002,and first registered in US in 2004. Top Specifications Registration Number Date of Manufacture N426YK 1985 Aircraft Role Nickname Trainer Aircraft Type: Wingspan: Yakovlev YAK-52 30 feet 6.25 inches Overall length: Empty weight: 25 feet 5 inches 2238 pounds Gross… More

Eddie Andreini Jr’s YAK-9UM

History: Yak 3, 9 was Russia front line fighter of WWII 15000 of all models produced Top Specifications Registration Number Date of Manufacture 4425s 1996 Aircraft Role Nickname Aircraft Type: Wingspan: Yak 9 um 32′ Overall length: Empty weight: 29 4860 Gross weight: Fuel capacity: 6200 140 Oil capacity Engine type: 12 Allison 1710-85 Propeller… More

Kent Carlomagno’s Russian Yak 11

History: “BLYAK” was an advanced trainer in Egypt during the 1960′s and raced in Reno in the early 1990′s. Top Specifications Registration Number Date of Manufacture N2124X 1954 Aircraft Role Nickname Ground Attack/Trainer Moose Aircraft Type: Wingspan: Yakovlev 11 31′ Overall length: Empty weight: 29′ 4200 lbs Gross weight: Fuel capacity: 6200 lbs 130 gallons… More

Aerostar Yak 52TW

Aerostar Yak 52TW

History: Imported into the US from Romania where it was built in 2003 in the same factory and fixtures as it’s soviet predecessors. Painted in original eastern front D day Soviet Paint scheme. Inboard of the aileron under the wings are 4 hard point mounts for air to ground missile intended for the Afghanistan Soviet… More

Dave Jester’s Yak 52

History: This aircraft served in the Russian DOSAAF but flew for only 120 hours before being removed from service. The airframe was located in storage and transferred to Lithuania where she was converted to a conventional landing gear configuration by Termekas. The restoration began in 2007 and was completed in 2008. She has an upgraded… More