Temco TT Pinto/AJI T-610 Super Pinto

The Temco TT Pinto is a tandem two-seat primary jet trainer built for the United States Navy by Temco Aircraft of Dallas, Texas.

The AJI T-610 Super Pinto was a trainer aircraft developed by American Jet Industries (AJI) as a modified version of the Temco TT Pinto.


TT-1 Pinto

Two-seat primary jet trainer aircraft.

T-610 Super Pinto/Cali

The first two prototypes were converted Temco TT Pintos.

The second prototype was unfinished when the program was bought by the Philippine government, and completed in Manila.

Two more unarmed prototypes were made thereafter.

Aeronca Model 620

Production variant, to have been built by Aeronca.

A single-seat light strike aircraft; one aircraft built/converted.

Aeronca Model 630

Two-seat primary trainer variant, to have been built by Aeronca, with no provision for armament.

Aeronca Model 640-QC/T

A primary 2-seater trainer with provision for armament.





9.57 m (31 ft 5 in)


9.09 m (29 ft 10 in) with tip tanks

(10.31 m (33 ft 9 in) without tip tanks)


3.48 m (11 ft 5 in)

Wing area

13.94 m² (150.0 sq ft)

Empty weight

1,542 kg (3,400 lb)

Max take off weight

3,628 kg (7,998 lb)

Fuel capacity

1,048 l (277 US gal; 231 imp gal) [with tip tanks]


1 × General Electric CJ610-4 non-afterburning turbojet, 12.7 kN (2,850 lbf)


Maximum speed

843 km/h (524 mph; 455 kn) at 7,620 m (25,000 ft) and 2,041 kg (4,500 lb) aircraft gross weight

Stall speed

121 km/h (75 mph; 65 kn) flaps down

Never exceed speed

760 km/h (472 mph; 410 kn) at 4,570 m (14,990 ft)


1,570 km (976 mi; 848 nmi) internal fuel

Ferry range

2,062 km (1,281 mi; 1,113 nmi)


5.5 hours

Service ceiling

15,240 m (50,000 ft)

Rate of climb

47 m/s (9,300 ft/min)



6 under wing hard points with a capacity of up to 3,500 kg (7,700 lb) of stores and provisions to carry combinations of:


2 × 7.62 mm calibre machine guns.


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