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Aircraft. 20 Korean KT-100 are to replace Russian planes for training flights

Seoul, South Korea - South Korean aviation announced the replacement of the planes in order to boost the national economy and market

South Korean aviation announced yesterday that 20 KT-100 national aircraft will replace the 20 T-103 Russian airplanes, manufactured by Ilyushin Design Bureau, in order to train future pilots. During the maiden flight in October 2015 it was certified that KT-100 satisfies all the military requirements. Korea Aerospace Industries, KAI, is the company that built the new four-seater single-prop and...

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