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LAK BK-7 Lietuva
The plastics BK-7 single-seater Open Class sailplane was developed by LAK – Litovskaya Aviatsionnaya Konstruktsiya (or Lithuanian Aircraft Construction), named Lietuva, designed by Balis Karvyalis, and made its first flight in December 1972. At this time the LAK factory was known as the Experimentalnii Zavod Sportivnoi Aviatsii (or Experimental Sports Aviation Factory), and a small experimental production batch of Lietuvas, designated BK-7A, was built and two of these participated in an international contest between Communist countries at Kishinev in April 1976. As a result of this competition a number of modifications were introduced in a developed version, the LAK-9.

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