PZL I-22 "Iryda" M-93k
Year of Introduction:
Polskie Zaklady Lotnicze (PZL)
Options & Specifications:
This two-seater light fighter/trainer was developed by PZL for the Polish Air Force to replace the TS-11 Iskra, however the program was cancelled after only 17 airframes had been built. This model represents the I-22 M93K, powered by two PZL K-15 turbojets, each producing 3300lbf of thrust.
2x S-8KOM air-to-ground rocket pod, 2x R-73 Vympel air-to-air missile, 1x ventral gun pod
Controls & Operation:
AG1-Landing Lights on/off
AG2-Nav Lights on/off
Adjust Trim up 1 notch on slider before takeoff, Elevator leading edge should be angled approximately 3 degrees upwards.
Landing Lights automatically deploy with Landing Gear, however they must be turned on/off manually.
Nosewheel starts locked, unlock during low speed taxi.
Lock Nosewheel prior to takeoff.
Do not retract the Landing Gear while the Nosewheel is unlocked.
Do not fire the Ventral Gun while landing gear is extended.
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- Wingspan 29.3ft (8.9m)
- Length 38.9ft (11.9m)
- Height 15.0ft (4.6m)
- Empty Weight 12,978lbs (5,886kg)
- Loaded Weight 16,385lbs (7,432kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 1.371
- Wing Loading 57.3lbs/ft2 (279.6kg/m2)
- Wing Area 286.1ft2 (26.6m2)
- Drag Points 8529
- Number of Parts 366
- Control Surfaces 7