Technical data
Type MAI-89U, Aviatika-890U
Function Trainer, sport
Year 1992
Crew 2
Engines 1*64hp 'Rotax-582'
Length 5.5m
Height 2.25m
Wingspan 8.11m
Wing area 14.29m2
Empty weight 235kg
Loaded weight 450kg
Wing Load (kg/m2) 31.5
Power load (kg/hp) 7.0
Maximum Speed 125km/h
Fuel consumption 25kg/h
Cruise Speed 90 to 100km/h
Fuel consumption 12kg/h
Stall Speed 57km/h
Landing Speed 68km/h
Landing Roll 110m
Takeoff Speed 72km/h
Takeoff Roll 80m
Turn radius 50m
Service G-limits +4-2
Range 270km
Flight Endurance 3.5h
Ceiling 4000m
Climb
at 0m 3.0m/sec
Payload
Fuel 40kg
Cargo 120kg

MAI-89U, Aviatika-89U trainer by Kazimir Zhidovetskij (MAI).

50k in-flight photo from Aviatika-890 page at Aviatika-890 page at Antoine de Saint-Exupery aeroclub.

Shortly after single-seater MAI-89 proved to be a success, two-seater twin-controls primary trainer was put in mass production (June 1992). It differs by cabin arrangement and have different instrument panel.

PredecessorsModifications

Aviatika-890
MAI-89
None

ReferencesLinks
  • 'Face of Conversion - MAI-89' by Kazimir Zhidovetski, 'Krylia Rodiny', Dec 1991, pp0...3
  • Aviatika-890 page at Antoine de Saint-Exupery aeroclub
  • Aviatika-890
  • MAKS-97
  • Aviatika MAI 89/89U
  • ANNOUNCEMENT TO ALL PRESENT AND PROSPECTIVE AVIATIKA OWNERS
  • Aviatika
  • Aviatika MAI 890U ZU-BGL

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