Mig-At is an advanced combat jet trainer - light attack
aircraft. It was designed to replace the Aero L-29 Delfin and L-39 Albatros in
the Russain Air Force. Its Russian competitor is the Yak-130.
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The Russian Air Force initiated a
competition for a new generation Jet Trainer in 1981. The competitors in the
design competition were Myasishchev M-200, Sukhoi S-54 and Yakovlev Yak-130.
In 1982, Mig-At and Yak-130 were approved
for prototype development. The S-54 was disqualified because it only used a
In September 1992, Mig signed an agreement
with France's SNECMA in the use of the Larzac 04-R20 engine for the Mig-At.
Variants may include a naval trainer and a
light combat attack aircraft.
Nation of origin: Russia
Function: Combat jet trainer
- light attack aircraft.
Two SNECMA Larzac 04-R20 turbofan for prototype
for export and the Soyuz Rd-1700 for the Russian Air Force.
Wing span: 10.2m
Weights: 5,200-5690kg; Max Takeoff: 7000kg
Speed: Mach 0.85. At sea level 850km/hr
Take-off Speed: 180-220 km/hr
Weapon Load: 2000kg
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