,,Lasta -95" aircraft is designes for selection ,initial and basic training of pilots,it offers low landing and takeoff speeds and pilot-friendly handling ,forgiving potential errors by inexperiences pilots.
The aircraft was designed in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (F.A.R. –Part 23: Airworthiness Standards), namely:
- BASIC VERSION OF THE AIRCRAFT is built against the requirements for aerobatic category loads of (nz_max = 6.0, nz_min = -3).
- ARMED VERSION OF THE AIRCRAFT is built against the requirements for utility category with loads of (nz_ max = 4.4, nz_ min = -1.8).
With its specifications and updated avionics, the aircraft will ensure full pilot training for all elements of airplane application including:
- basic flying,
- figure flying,
- navigation flying,
- basic elements of night flying,
- category II instrumental flight,
- basic elements of gunning, rocketing and bombing (GRB)
- Light close air support of counterinsurgency operations and area
- patrol / light attack missions
Lasta-95 landing gear is equipped with mechanical emergency system for landing gear extension (in the event of failure of hydraulics). This mechanical system ensures positive extending and locking in extended position of all three struts, at horizontal aircraft speeds up to 180 km/h.Minimizing of structural mass was achieved by application of advanced stress calculation methods including numerical simulations to meet strength and rigidity requirements. Aircraft fuselage structural stress was verified by testing, confirming the adopted concept andapproach for de-dimensioning of structural components.
- Metal, “shell” type, with integrated vertical tail, and truss engine support
- Меtаl wing with two spars
- Horizontal metal tail
- Engine Lycoming AEIO-540-L1B5D main features:
- Six cylinders
- Flat, opposed
- Direct fuel injection
- Air cooling
- Designed for aerobatic flying
- Propeller Hartzell twin-bladed
- Maximum continuous output (H = 0 at 2700 r.p.m.) 220 kW
Controls is feturing with:
- All control surfaces are mechanically controlled.
- Flaps and all three trimmers electrically actuated.
- Electric trimmers for rudder and ailerons.
- Меchanical, spring-loaded trimmer for elevator.
Оther mechanical controls
- Cockpit canopies
- Landing gear, emergency
- Cockpit heating and ventilation
- Armament controls
- Two-way radio communication air-ground and air-air in VHF range, with frequency spacing of 25 and 8.33 kHz, with minimum output of 10 W, simultaneous reception of all audio signals in both cockpits and enabling permanent communication between two pilots.