The A1R Sh-2 (Shavrov-2) is a single-engine light amphibious aircraft with retractable landing gear. It has a wooden monocoque fuselage with a plywood skin,
a biplane configuration wing with a lower wing that is shorter in span than the upper wing. Wings have a wooden construction, with spruce spars and plywood ribs,
and were covered with fabric.
The aircraft's amphibious capabilities allowed it to reach locations that were inaccessible by other means of transportation. Its rugged construction and simple design made it easy to maintain and repair in the field, which was important for expeditions to remote areas. Some variants were highly modified for specific expeditions, such as adding extra fuel tanks for longer range, or installing specialized equipment for scientific research.
Sh-2 is powered by a single five-cylinder radial engine.
The aircraft uses the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) flight model with new propeller simulation system, switchable set of gauges and labels consisting of the original layout (Metric) and English (Imperial), PBR high-definition materials and Audiokinetic Wwise sound set.
A1R Chilton DW-1A
The A1R Chilton DW-1A is a British light sporting single seat low wing monoplane designed and built in the late 1930s.
The aircraft was intended to be cheap to build and operate, yet have an exceptional performance on low power.
The fuselage is rectangular wooden structure with curved decking covered with plywood.
The wings are cantilever in three sections comprising rectangular centre section and two tapered outer sections, covered with plywood back to the rear spar fabric covering thereafter.
The landing gear is divided type, each medium pressure wheel sprung with twin coil spring shock absorber, telescopic legs and enclosed in a fairing.
The A1R Chilton DW-1A airplane is equipped with Walter Mikron-III 65 hp engine.
The aircraft uses the new Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) flight model along with new propeller simulation system, PBR high-definition materials and completly based on Audiokinetic Wwise sound system.
A1R Ryan ST-A Special
The A1R Ryan ST-A Special is a two-seat, low wing monoplane.
The fuselage is of monocoque-type construction employing longerons to reinforce the stressed skin at points of concentrated load -
at stick control mountings, seats, floors, cockpit cutouts and at the tail section.
Eight elliptical transverse bulkheads, suitably spaced, are covered with heavy gauge aluminium alloy skin.
The wings are constructed in four fabric covered sections - two stub wings and two outer panels. The outer panels are wire braced NACA airfoil, constructed of spruce spars, welded steel tube compression struts and aluminium alloy ribs. The stub wings are of welded steel tube construction, incorporating a walkway.
The landing gear is treadle type welded steel tube construction with shock absorber strut of oleo-spring type. The tail wheel is a steerable and full swiveling unit of welded steel tube construction, equipped with oleo shock strut.
ST-A Special airplane is equipped with Menasco-C4S 150 hp engine.
The A-15 is a single seat, mid-wing, V-tailed, FAI Open Class sailplane, was flown for the first time on March 26, 1960.
The sailplane has excellent flight performance due to a number of design and technological innovations
what allowed to compete against the best representatives of the class.
In the early 1960's the A-15 set several records, including a world goal distance record of 714.023 km (444 mi), flown in June 1960.
About 350 units were built.
A1R A-15 features:
The last generation of widely produced soviet light multirole STOL aircraft what
was introduced in late 1957 with numerous changes which led to improved aerodynamic performances
and better level of comfort for the crew and passengers.
The Yak-12A is a conventional monoplane with metal braced high-wing, metal and canvas covered fuselage, four-seats cabin, fixed landing gear with tail wheel. Wing fitted with flaps and automatic slats. Single nine-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled, petrol-powered radial engine AI-14R. Two-blade propeller.
The plane was used for transport, glider towing, pilot training, parachute training, and also was used as air ambulances and agricultural aircraft. Apart from the Soviet Union, different modifications of Yak-12 (R,M,A) were used in Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, China and other countries.
A1R Yak-12A features:
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A1R CP-80 Racer
The CP-80 Racer is homebuild version of classic, single-seat, single-engine, racing aircraft with fixed conventional
landing gear, developed in France in 1972.
The aircraft uses all-wood construction with some composite parts such as wheel pants, cowling, propeller spinner.
Powered by a 100 HP Continental O-200 air-cooled, horizontally opposed, four-cylinder, direct-drive aircraft engine.
A1R CP-80 Racer features:
The Yakovlev Yak-55M is a single seat, single engine, all-metal monoplane with non-retractable titanium spring landing gear
developed by the Soviet Yakovlev OKB in tn the late 1980s for unlimited competition aerobatics.Yak-55/55M was specifically designed
to replace Yak-50 as the main aerobatic competition aircraft.
This airplane is fitted with the Vedeneyev M14P nine-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled, petrol-powered radial engine of 360 hp.
Yak-55M is widely used in aeroclubs throughout ex-USSR, as well as enjoying a enduring popularity in the West, like a solid and low cost advanced aerobatic aircraft.A hundred Yak-55Ms had been built by the end of 1993.
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A1R Piel Emeraude
The Piel Emeraude is a low wing monoplane designed in France by Claude Piel
in the 1950s as a two-seater, semi-aerobatic, sports and touring aircraft.
The aircraft was widely built both by factories and homebuilders.
The A1R Piel Emeraude is homebuilt version with classic avionics systems
such as KAP-150 autopilot and KX-165 VHF Radio.
The fuselage is of conventional wooden construction with a combination plywood and fabric covering.
The wing is comprised of a single one piece laminated wooden spar with a moulded plywood leading edge forming a torsion box, completed in conventional fashion with wooden ribs and fabric covering aft from the torsional box.
This aircraft is fitted with the Continental 0-200 engine of 100 hp.
A1R Piel Emeraude features:
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A1R L-13 Blanik
The L-13 Blanik is a two seat trainer glider produced since 1956 in Czech Republic (formerly Czechoslovakia).
It is the most numerous and widely used glider in the world (number built 2649).
L-13 Blanik was widely adopted in the Soviet Union and was exported in large numbers to Western Europe and even North America.
A1R L-13 Blanik features:
At the beginning of the 1970s, the OKB 115 decided to develop an aircraft specifically
to be flown in high level aerobatic competitions based on the Yak-18PS - an aerobatic version
of the Yak-18 military training aircraft. The project started in 1972 and the result was
the highly capable Yak-50.
The Yak-50 possesses high aerobatic characteristics but with fast and precise reactions to the control inputs with an acceptable loading. All these factors were decisive in its victory in the 8th FAI Aerobatic Championship in Kiev in 1976, where the aircraft won first places for both male and female categories.
The A1R Yak-50 is an exacting replication of this outstanding aircraft in every respect - jump in, tighten your harness and experience the sights, sounds and excellent flight characteristics of this superior FSX aircraft!
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