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PZL-130 Orlik

Country of Origin: Poland


The Orlik (Polish for Eaglet) is a Polish-designed and -built basic flight trainer used to train civilian and military pilots. It has been flown in both piston- and turbine-powered versions. The turbine-powered variant was adopted by the Polish air force.

The low, double-taper wing looks smaller in relation to the fuselage than is true of most other trainers. It has a low aspect ratio of 5:2, a 5-degree dihedral angle from the roots, and a washout in incidence from 0 degrees at...

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