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JAI JAI-41
 
The two-seater JAI-41 (Russian: ХАИ-41) was designed as a pilot training and teaching motor-deltaplane and for the development of topographic surveys, aerial photography and cartography tasks.
 
Developed at the JAI in 1987, the JAI-41 participated in the First Soviet Glider Championship, which took place in September 1988 in Crimea.
 
Only the one was built.
 
Engine: 42-hp Vulcan V-40
Wingspan: 10.0 m
Length: 3.6 m
Wing area: 16,6 m²
Empty weight: 120 kg
Maximum takeoff weight: 220 kg
Maximum speed at sea level: 70 km / h
Landing speed: 40 km / h
Range: 160 km
Take-off run: 30 m
Accommodation: 1
 
 
 
 


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