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15.6.2005 •This is the first aircraft manufactured at the Let Kunovice Works in the former Czechoslovakia. This two-engine turbo-propeller-driven transport aircraft, designed to carry personnel and cargo at short distances, made its first flight on 16 April 1969.

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15.6.2005 •This is a light training jet aircraft and the successor of an L-29 DELFÍN manufactured by AERO Vodochody in the Czech Republic. It is designed for basic and advanced training of pilots. Since 1968, there have been developed and produced several modified and upgraded versions of the aircraft, that are identified as L-39C, L-39V, L-39ZA, L-39MS, and L-39ZO.

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15.6.2005 •This is a two-seat jet aircraft made by AERO Vodochody in the Czech Republic, and has the NATO code of “MAYA”. The aircraft was designed by Z. Rublič and K. Tomáš as a substitute for the cylinder-engine training aircraft of the Czechoslovak Air Force. The L-29 was the first jet aircraft constructed in Czechoslovakia.

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14.6.2005 •This is the Russian three-engine jet transport aircraft identified with the NATO code “CODLING”. It was constructed to replace older propeller-driven Li-2 aircraft. The first prototype took off on 21 October 1966.

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14.6.2005 •This is a two-jet engine transport aircraft manufactured by the Canadian Bombardier Company, and is designed for long-distance flights. A prototype of this small but smart aircraft took off for the first time on 8 November 1978.

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14.6.2005 •This aircraft (NATO code “CURL“) produced by the Russian Antonov Company is designed for transport of passengers and material for short and medium distances. Its construction is based on its predecessor An-24, and its development was accomplished in 1969.

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14.6.2005 •The basic version of this aircraft (NATO code “COKE”) is a tactical two-engine, turbo-propelled transport aircraft of the Russian Antonov Company, capable of accommodating 28 to 40 passengers. The advanced An-24V version of the series (No.) II can accommodate 50 passengers.

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