Country of Origin: Argentina
The Pampa is an Argentine trainer/light attack aircraft that strongly resembles the German/French Alpha Jet. The IA-63 was developed to replace the MS760 Paris as a trainer; it also has a secondary light-attack capability.
Unlike the Alpha Jet, the Pampa's double-tapered wing is unswept and has 3 degrees of anhedral rather than 6 degrees. It has a relatively high thickness-to-chord ratio and a supercritical airfoil. Single-slotted Fowler-type flaps take up two-thirds of the...
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