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Sukhoi Su-29


Twin-Seat, Single-Engine Aerobatic Aircraft


The Sukhoi Su-29 is a two-seat, single-engine aircraft developed exclusively for the high-stress aerobatic role.
Authored By: Staff Writer | Edited: 1/24/2019
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Specifications


Year: 1991
Status: Active, In-Service
Manufacturer(s): Sukhoi - Russia
Production: 50
Crew: 2
Length: 24.02 ft (7.32 m)
Width: 26.90 ft (8.2 m)
Height: 9.42 ft (2.87 m)
Weight (Empty): 1,676 lb (760 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 2,425 lb (1,100 kg)
Power: 1 x Vedeneyev M14P 9-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engine developing 360 horsepower driving a three-bladed propeller unit at the nose.
Speed: 280 mph (450 kph; 243 kts)
Ceiling: 43,061 feet (13,125 m; 8.16 miles)
Range: 600 miles (965 km; 521 nm)
Rate-of-Climb: 3,545 ft/min (1,081 m/min)
Operators: Argentina (ordered); Austria; Russia






Armament



None.

Variants / Models



• Su-29 - Base Series Designation.
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