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PT- 6 Aircraft (Tail No -101)

 

 

The China made Training aircraft was inducted in BAF in 1977. It was a basic training aircraft. It was manufactured in 1960.


Short description of this aircraft is:

Length : 8.46 m
Height   : 14 ft 9 inch
Fuel capacity : 75 litre 
Maximum Speed  : 287 km /hr

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MI-8 Helicopter (Tail No – 3037 & 401)

Bangladesh Air Force procured this type of helicopter from Russian during the period from 1972 to 1981. It was manufactured in July 1961. This helicopter was phased out in 1999.

Short description of this aircraft is:

Length : 25.28m
Height   :

5.6m

Weight   : 7414kg
Maximum Speed  : 250 km/hr
Caring capacity : 4000 kg
Passenger capacity   24
Bomb capacity   2x500 kg
No of Machine Gun   06
No of Rocket   64x57 mm

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Air Tourer Jet Trainer (tail No- B 580)

This Newzealand made aircraft was used at the Flying Instructors` School of BAF from 1973 to 1979 to train the students of flying instructors` course.



Short description of this aircraft is:

Length : 25.28m
Height   :

07 feet

Weight   : 7414kg
Maximum Speed  : 160 km /hr
Ceiling Height : 25000 feet

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Hunter India(Tail No-A 463) Used BY Indian Air Force

This ac was presented to Bangladesh air force in recognition of the it’s contribution to the Bangladesh war of liberation. The hunter aircraft first flew in 1951 and entered service in the Indian air force had been using it since December 1957. It was a highly potent and reliable multi-role aircraft of its time. During the Bangladesh war of liberation it was flown for ground attack and air defense roles and acquitted it in both roles well. The Indian air force continues to fly the hunter till this day. It was presented by Air Chief Marshal AY Tipnis PVSM AVSM VM ADC Chief of the air staff Indian air force on 10th February 2000. Armament capability 4XGuns x135 Rounds +4x1000 lb, Bombs or 2x19-68 mm rockets. During Liberation of Bangladesh this aircraft flew for ground attack and air defense roles.

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