This aircraft display covers the basic training fleet. Additional aircraft types will be utilised on an as-need basis. All aircraft are equipped with a portable Flight Test Instrumentation System.
Breezer B400-6 / Breezer Sport
- MTOW: 600 kg / 600 kg
- Cruise Speed: 110 kts (200 km/h) / 150 kts (270 km/h)
- Range: 450 NM (800 km) / 760 NM (1400 km)
- Powerplant: Rotax 912 / Rotax 915iS
- Seats: 2
The Breezer is a popular flight training and touring aircraft, equipped with a modern glass cockpit. Its excellent handling qualities coupled with a ballistic recovery system make it an exceptionally safe aircraft.
The Breezer Sport adds high-performance features like a retractable gear, winglets and a powerful turbocharged engine.
- MTOW: 1542 kg
- Cruise Speed: 160 kts (300 km/h)
- Range: 780 NM (1450 km)
- Powerplant: Continental IO-550-N with 310 hp
- Seats: 4
The SR22 is a composite aircraft and the best-selling general aviation airplane since 2003. It features an airframe parachute recovery system which is unique in the Echo class.
Pilatus PC-12 NG
- MTOW: 4740 kg
- Cruise Speed: 270 kts / (500 km/h)
- Range: 1800 NM / (3300 km)
- Powerplant: Pratt Whitney PT6A-67P with 1200 hp
- Seats: 10
The PC-12 is a world-class turboprop passenger and cargo aircraft. It is the best-selling single-engine pressurized turbine-powered aircraft in the world used by both commercial and military operators (special operations and ISR).
- MTOW: 1515 kg
- Cruise Speed: 235 kts / (435 km/h)
- Rate of Climb: 2855 ft/min (14 m/s)
- Ceiling: 25.000 ft (7.500 m)
- g-limits: +6/-4 g
- Powerplant: Rolls-Royce M250-B17F, 456 shp turbo-prop engine
- Seats: 2
The Grob G 120TP is a state-of-the-art two-seat turboprop training and aerobatic low-wing aircraft with a composite airframe. It has been developed for military and civil pilots training. The German built G-120 TP features 21st century electronic flight displays and superb performance and flying qualities characteristics.
- MTOW: 4700 kg
- Cruise Speed: 480 kts / (900 km/h)
- Rate of Climb: 4300 ft/min (22 m/s)
- Ceiling: 37.700 ft (11.500 m)
- g-limits: +8/-4 g
- Powerplant: AI-25TL 1720 kg (3800 lbs) thrust twin-shaft turbofan jet engine
- Seats: 2
The Aero L-39 Albatros is a high-performance military jet training aircraft. More than 2.800 L-39 have been in service in Air Forces all over the world. In addition to performing basic and advanced pilot training it has also flown combat missions in a light-attack role. The L-39C has zero-height ejection seats for both front and back seat. The L-39 flight test training is provided in cooperation with the worldwide renowned Latvian aerobatic team of the Baltic Bees.
The L-39 is equipped with a portable Flight Test Instrumentation System suitable for in-flight display and post-flight analysis of the following parameters:
- GPS lat, long, altitude and baro altitude
- x, y, z velocities
- x, y, z accelerations
- roll, pitch, yaw angles and rates
- 3-axis mags
- control force sensors
The L-39 also constitutes an excellent airborne testbed. It carries 2 underwing pods which can be equipped with sensors ranging from EO/IR, RADAR , hyperspectral or other detectors. Specifications of the pods can be tailored to customer needs, payload weight per pod is around 150 kg, power supply around 500 W per pod. The pods are easily detachable (and even jettisonable) with standard locks.