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I-22 Iryda trainer

Country of Origin: Poland


The I-22/M-96 Iryda (Polish for "Iridium") was a training and light attack aircraft intended to replace the TS11 Iskra. It was capable of operating from semi-improved airfields.

The I-22 had two pod-mounted turbojet engines, mounted on each side of the fuselage. The wing was high set at the fuselage mid-point, with a swept leading edge and straight trailing edge, and the tail group is mounted at the end of a tail boom above the engine exhaust nozzles.

The tailfin and tail plane...

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