Aerobatic training aircraft built for the military to train pilots before moving onto fast jets. They were used by the RAF between 1995 and 2010, and are still currently in use by several air forces round the world. Prince Harry flew his first solo in a T67!
The T67 Firefly has a tricycle undercarriage with one wheel on the nose and two behind on the wings. Unusually for side-by-side light aircraft, T67M260s were produced to be flown solo from the right-hand seat to allow student pilots to immediately get used to the left-hand throttle found in most military aircraft.
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Air Combat Programme
Loop, aileron roll, stall turn, barrel roll, Cuban 8, slow roll, Split 'S'...
195 knots (224 mph)
260 bhp Lycoming Flat 6. Max Take Off Weight 1157kg.
Side by Side
17 stone or 108kg
6ft 5" or 1.96m
Built solely for the world of unlimited competition aerobatics and air displays, this is the two-seat version of those aircraft used in the Red Bull Air Races.
The Extra300 is a taildragger, with 2 wheels at the front and 1 on the tail.
The Extra300 represents the peak of aerobatic design and can fly amazing gyroscopic "tumbling" manoeuvres and can also produce "smoke".
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Formula 1 Racing Car
+10g/-10g without student
+8g/-8g with a student
220 knots (253mph)
3300 feet/minute - close to vertical!
300 bhp Lycoming Flat 6. Max Take-Off Weight 950kg
Student in front, instructor in rear
15 stone 7lbs or 98kg
6ft 4" or 1.93m
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