Technical data
Type MiG-AT
Function trainer
Year (1996)
Crew 2
Engines 2*GRTS Larzac 04-R20
Wing Span 10.6m
Length 11.15m
Height 4.27m
Wing Area 21.0m2
Maximum Weight 6800kg
Speed 850km/h
Ceiling
Range 1200km

MiG-AT, A.I.Mikoyan/M.I.Gurevich

(41k) MiG-AT by Paul Nann, see more at his great collection;

New basic jet trainer, selected to replace the L-29 and L-39. The MiG-AT is more conventional than the Yak-130. It has a low-set, straight wing, with the engines on top, and a T-tail. Two prototypes are being built, and orders are hoped to exceed 1200. The MiG-AT has French engines, and is also being developed in cooperation with the South-Korean Daewoo.

In 2001 VVS RF (lobbied by design bureau) decided to delegate representatives to the certification trials. Pre-production series may be ordered for evaluation at the military pilots schools as well.


More Links...
  • MiG-AT
  • MAKS-97 overview
  • MiG-AT at Virtual Aircraft Museum
  • MiG-AT, Mikoyan-Gurevich
  • Collection of MiG-AT and other photos (taken by Andrej Pechenkin)
  • Faith of MiG-AT

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