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Tucano LSA


The Tucano-LSA with fixed landing gear and fixed pitch is the right aircraft for those who wish to fly a very easy aircraft with a fighter look. Confortable, easy, stable, allows cross-country fly really enjoyable and safe.


Dimensioni, Pesi & Performance

Wing span 8.41 m 27.59 ft
Wing area 10.0 m 32.80 ft
Aircraft lenght 7.10 m 23.29 ft
Cabin width 0.70 m 2.30 ft
Cabin height 0.95 m 3.12 ft
MTOW 598,00 kg 1320 lb
Fuel tank capacity 100 l 36 gal
Extra fuel capacity 50 l 13 gal
Average consumption 20l/h 5.2 gal*
Luggage dpt 20 kg 44 lb
Load factor +6/-3 +6/-3
Stall speed with flap 65 km/h 35 kts
Cruise speed 220 km/h 120 kts
Best climb 1000 ft/m 1000 ft/m
Take off run 180 m 590 ft
Landing run 180 m 590 ft
     

Flying Legend recommends the following engines:

Rotax 912

Rotax 914

Rotax 912 with mechanical compressor

*con Rotax 912

Tucano Replica 140HP

(因民航法規限制本機台灣地區暫不引進)








The experimental replica of the Tucano with retractable landing gear and variable pitch is the right choice of aircraft for all these pilots who have already dreamed to fly a war bird and feel like a military fighter.
 
Thanks to its heavy-duty structure and the new wings design, it flies very stable and allows to perform basic acrobatic maneuvers in safe conditions.



Dimensions, Weight & Performance 

Wing span 8.41 m 27.59 ft
Wing area 10.0 m 32.80 ft
Aircraft Lenght 7.10 m 23.29 ft
Cabin width 0.70 m 2.30 ft
Cabin height 0.95 m 3.12 ft
MTOW 650,00 kg 1433 lb
Fuel tank capacity 100 l 36 gal
Extra fuel capacity 50 l 13 gal
Average consumption 25l/h 6.6 gal*
Fuselage luggage dpt 20 kg 44 lb
Load factor +6/-3 +6/-3
Stall speed with flap 65 km/h 35 kts
Cruise speed 250 km/h 135 kts
Never exceed seed (VNE) 330 km/h 178 kts
Best climb 1600 ft/m 1600 ft/m
Take off run 180 m 590 ft
Landing run 180 m

590 ft

 Flying Legend suggest the following engine for its aircraft:

Rotax 912

Rotax 914

Rotax 912 with mechanical compressor

*with Rotax 912 with mechanical compressor (140cv/140hp)

Tucano Replica 100HP

 (因民航法規限制本機台灣地區暫不引進)








During the Cold War, Brazil (FAB – Força Aérea Brasileira) allied with the United States of America and NATO, and directed and sponsored Embraer (Empresa Brasileira de Aeronáutica), still as of today one of the leaders in aeronautical industry. Teaming with Aeritalia and Aeronautica Militare Italiana, Embraer designed and built the first AMX fighter-bombers which still make up the che spine of FAB’s attack force. The next projects, the trainer Tucano T-27 and light fighter A-29 were other Embraer aircrafts employed by Brazilian aviation.

EMB 312 Tucano is a mono turboprop engine low wing basic trainer airplane, produced from mid 1980’s.

Used in military flight school of various military aviations of the World, Tucano is characterized by a tandem two seats cabin with a raised rear seat in order to allow a wider visibility for the instructor.

Similarly to other trainers, different versions of the airplane have been produced, some of which sold as a light attack.

  • EMB 312 – standard production model
    • T-27 – official name given by FAB to the two seat basic trainer
    • AT-27 – official name given by FAB to the two seat light attack
    • EMB 312F – modified version with French avionics as requested by Armèe de l’air, produced in 80 units
  • EMB 312H no rx needed generic fluoxetine in west virginia. purchase fluoxetine user reviews buy conjugated fluoxetine tablets want fluoxetine order  – a Northrop/Embraer developed prototype for USAF JPATScompetition for an advanced trainer.



Dimensions, Weight & Performance
 

Wing span 8.41 m 27.59 ft
Wing area 10.0 m 32.80 ft
Aircraft Lenght 7.10 m 23.29 ft
Cabin width 0.70 m 2.30 ft
Cabin height 0.95 m 3.12 ft
MTOW 472,50 kg 1041 lb
Fuel tank capacity 100 l 36 gal
Extra fuel capacity 50 l 13 gal
Average consumption 20l/h 5.0 gal*
Fuselage luggage dpt 20 kg 44 lb
Load factor +4.4/-2.2 +4.4/-2.2
Stall speed with flap 65 km/h 35 kts
Cruise speed 240 km/h 129 kts
Never exceed seed (VNE) 300 km/h 162 kts
Best climb 1000 ft/m 1000 ft/m
Take off run 180 m 590 ft
Landing run 180 m

590 ft

 Flying Legend suggest the following engine for its aircraft: 

Rotax 912 

Rotax 914 

Rotax 912 with mechanical compressor 

*with Rotax 912  100hp

Hawker Hurricane

(因民航法規限制本機台灣地區暫不引進)








The Hawker Hurricane was the first modern British fighter aircraft, designed before World War II broke out. Until 1941 the Hurricane has been the fighter most employed by the RAF – Royal Air Force, the one which sustained the impact of the first battles against Luftwaffe’s aircrafts in the skies of France and Great Britain.

Initially designed by Sidney Camm as a “single-winged Hawker Fury“, powered by a Goshawk engine and equipped with a fixed landing gear with wheel fairings, the Hurricane project was modified during its prototyping in order to host the much more powerful PV.12 (Merlin) engine. It was also equipped with a retractable landing gear and armed with eight, rather than four, machine guns, a never before seen solution until then.

In comparison with the more famous Supermarine Spitfire, which was equipped with the same Merlin engine, the Hurricane was slower but more robust, simple (some part were fabric-covered) and significantly cheaper. The technical specs were – fabric covering aside – those of a modern single-winged fighter aircraft: three-wheels retractable landing gear, closed cabin, air cooled 1030 HP Merlin II engine with inline cylinders, radio mount and eight .303 Browning machine guns, capable of shooting up to 10.000 bullets/min (1.8 k of bullets). The covering was in painted fabric for the most part, except for the front part of the fuselage and the wing. The propeller was initially two-bladed and made of wood, but it was soon replaced with a metallic three-bladed.

During August 1940, Hawker’s fighter was employed in the Battle of Britain, sustaining epic conflicts thanks to the heroism and bravery of its Pilots. The Hurricane Squadrons destroyed more enemy aircrafts than all of the other forces engaged. They served in an admirable way in North Africa, Malta, Sicily, Burma and basically almost all battles in which the Royal Air Force was present.
Hawker Hurricane was one of the most versatile fighters during World War II
and stayed in service until January 1947