/ KAI KT-1 Woongbi
KAI KT-1 Woongbi
The Kngbi is a Korean single-engine turboprop, basic training aircraft.
The KT-1 is the first completely indigenous Korean aircraft ever developed.
Prototype primary trainer each with a different engine fitted, six built.
KTX-1 turboprop trainer in 1988, and the first prototype flew in 1991.
The first two prototypes were powered by the 550-shp. Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-25A turboprop.
KT-1 is the basic trainer of the ROKAF.
Compared to the KTX-1 prototype, the KT-1 is bigger, heavier, the tail surfaces are relocated and it has a more powerful P&W Canada PT6A-62.(950-shp)
An armed advanced trainer with light-attack and forward air control capabilities.
Several new features unique to the KA-1 are a head-up display and up-front control panel, MFD panels, and five hard points, two under each wing and one under the fuselage.
The hard points may be equipped with rocket launchers, gun pods or AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles.
Export version for Indonesia.
Main differences are in terms of avionics, some of which have been excluded or have had commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) alternatives used instead.
Improved, armed export version equipped with a centreline forward looking infrared pod.
The KT-1C can also be equipped with a 12.7 mm gun pod, chaffs, flares, training missiles, rockets or unguided bombs.
Export version for Turkey.
Export version for Peru.
Armed export version for Peru.
Armed export version for Senegal.
10.26 m (33 ft 8 in)
10.59 m (34 ft 9 in)
3.68 m (12 ft 1 in)
16.01 m2 (172.3 sq ft)
1,910 kg (4,211 lb)
2,540 kg (5,600 lb)
Maximum fuel weight
408 kg (899 lb)
Max take-off weight
3,311 kg (7,300 lb) (and Maximum Landing Weight)with external stores
3,205 kg (7,066 lb) training/utility
2,540 kg (5,600 lb) aerobatic
551 l (146 US gal; 121 imp gal) in two wing tanks with provision for two 189 l (50 US gal; 42 imp gal) drop-tanks on the inboard pylons
1 × Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-62 turboprop engine, 708 kW (949 hp)
4-bladed Hartzell HC-E4N-2/E9512CB-1, 2.44 m (8 ft 0 in) diameter constant-speed fully feathering reversible propeller
518 km/h (322 mph, 280 kn) at 4,570 m (14,993 ft)
Maximum operating speed
574 km/h (357 mph; 310 kn)
132 km/h (82 mph, 71 kn) flaps down
Never exceed speed
648 km/h (403 mph, 350 kn)
1,333 km (828 mi, 720 nmi) at 7,620 m (25,000 ft) with max internal fuel (30 minutes reserve)
2,070 km (1,290 mi, 1,120 nmi) at 6,100 m (20,013 ft) with max internal and external fuel (30 minutes reserve)
4 hours at 6,100 m (20,013 ft) with max internal fuel (30 minutes reserve)
11,580 m (37,990 ft)
+7 -3.5 (aerobatic, clean)
+4.5 -2.3 (with external stores)
Rate of climb
17.78 m/s (3,500 ft/min) at sea level, clean
206.8 kg/m2 (42.4 lb/sq ft) with external stores
200.2 kg/m2 (41 lb/sq ft) training/utility
158.7 kg/m2 (33 lb/sq ft) aerobatic
0.2137 kW/kg (0.1300 hp/lb)with external stores
0.221 kW/kg (0.134 hp/lb) training/utility
0.2785 kW/kg (0.1694 hp/lb) aerobatic
provision for practice bomb carriers on four underwing pylons
VOR/ILS optional.AI KT-1 Woo
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