|Loaded weight||3185kg 3535kg|
|Wing Load (kg/m2)||227.5kg/m2 252.5|
|Speed at 0m||982km/h|
|Speed at altitude||953km/h|
|Landing Roll||825m sec|
|Takeoff Roll||510m sec|
|Guns||3*23mm NR-23 75rounds/gun|
Single-seat jet fighter, a derivative of the Yak-19. It also had a straight laminar-flow wing, but the airfoil was different, with a thickness of 9% instead of 12%. The tail surfaces were swept back (49° all).
Pressurized cockpit with bulletproof 57mm windshield. Ejectable seat with 8mm back armor.
Automatic airbrakes (under the tailfin) deployed automatically at critical speed.
Yak-25 was flight trials started on October 31, 1947 and continued until July 3, 1948. Test pilot - S.N.Anokhin. Fighter had pleasant handling and good maneuverability. Abandoned in favor of MiG-15 which had more advanced layout and more powerful engine.
Two were built, designation later used for the Yak-25 'Flashlight';
|Created December 11, 1996
Modified November 20, 1998