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Yak-52 Performance Specs at FA71, Cedar Key, Pattern Flying, Form, Acro and Flying the Yak Sunday, 4 August 2019

Posted by pauldavid in USNO GEMSS Operations.
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Some Things to Consider

for Flying the Yak-52 at FA71

1- Yak52 with the 360 HP M14P radial, full fuel on standard day takeoff is 180-200 meters; 210 meters at 35C.
2- Initial climb is 2000 FPM at sea Level, at takeoff full tanks, 1925 FPM at 30 C.
3- this bears out – I get 1200-1400 FPM climbout KFLG in the summer >9200 DA, at KFLG. Torquey plane.
4- Landing rollout is 260 meters standard day, 280 Meters at 30 C.
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13- So with full flaps (barn doors), and not being over-powered, use Short-Field technique, should be OK…
14- Do a Glideslope & Obstruction Check at FA71 – looks OK at >4 Degrees:
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Military Carrier Oval & Break Pattern
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