Zlin Trener & Akrobat
The eminent Zlin arrangement of two seat Trener coaches and single seat Akrobat aerobatic air ship was an extraordinary achievement, winning various world aerobatic title titles amid the 1960s.
The first Z 26 Trener was composed in light of a Czechoslovak government prerequisite for a two seat fundamental coach for flying school and military utilization. The Z 26 was controlled by a 78kw (105hp) Walter Minor 4iii inline four chamber motor, offered wooden development and a settled taildragger undercarriage. The model flew without precedent for 1947 and 16 generation Z 26s were constructed before it was supplanted from 1953 by the metal development Z 126.
Improvement over a three decade creation run brought about various further enhanced variations. In 1952 Zlin presented the Z 226 Trener6 which emphasized an all the more effective 120kw (160hp) six barrel Walter Minor 6iii motor. The Z 226 was additionally inherent single seat Z 226a Akrobat, lightweight plane tug Z 226b and Z 226t mentor structures.
The comparative Z 326 Trenermaster and single seat Z 326a Akrobat presented retractable undercarriage, a gimmick that got to be standard on all ensuing models. Conveyances started in 1959. The Z 526 contrasted in that the pilot flew the airplane from the back, as opposed to the front seat, with discretionary tip tanks and a consistent pace prop. The Z 526f presented in 1968 had a 135kw (180hp) Avia M 137a motor, the generally comparative Z 526l varied in being controlled by a 150kw (200hp) Lycoming Aio360 level four and was expected for fare.
Single seat Z 526s were the Z 526a, Z 526as, and Z 526afs.
The Z 526 AFM was fabricated somewhere around 1981 and 1984 and was controlled by a 155kw (210hp) Avia M337 motor, had tip tanks and the Z 526afs' protracted fuselage.
Last improvement was the Z 726 arrangement, the Z 726 Universal had lessened compass wing, the Z 726k a 155kw (210hp) Avia M 337 motor.
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