PZL Warszawa-Okecie PZL-110 Koliber
French production of the Rallye series stopped in the 1970s and PZL took it over, along with all production licences. Derived from the SOCATA MS884 Rallye, PZL did development of its own, with a softer trailing-arm undercarriage, some geometric changes on the flaps and more work on those distinctive leading edge slats, which now move in and out more gently and tend to stay there. Engineering changes also include better alloys and corrosion treatment. PZL made 500 or so Franklin-powered Koliber Is, then set about certifying the Koliber II under FAR Part 23 amendment 29. A four place, all metal factory built nose wheel aircraft.
Certification of the Koliber 150 is under European Aviation Safety Agency EASA A.091, and the PZL-Koliber 150A under FAA A69EU.
Engine: Franklin, 125 hp
Engine: Lycoming O-320E2A, 150 hp
Cruise: 107 kt
Stall: 37 kt