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Alekseev                                                           Antonov                                                           Lavochkin

Alekseev I-211 / I-215

1947
Alekseev-Antonov-Lavochkin
Aircraft on photo: Alekseev I-215                                                                                              Photo source: Airwar.ru  
Data for: I-215  
Manufacturer: OKB S.M. Alekseev, USSR Max speed: 970 km/h (603 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 1.700 km (1.056 mi) Span:
Description: prototypes with Soviet Lyulka (I-211) and Ferry range: 2.300 km (1.429 mi) Height:
  British Rolls-Royce engines (I-215) Ceiling: 14.100 m (46.260 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1947 Rate of climb: 32 m/s (6.300 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1        
11,54 m (36 ft 1 in)
12,25 m (39 ft 4 in)
3,68 m (9 ft 10 in)
7.020 kg (15.476 lb)
1 (I-211) 2 (I-215)
More info /sources:
Engines:               2 x Rolls-Royce Derwent turbojets    
Thrust: 2 x 15.6 kN (2 x 3.505 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 37 mm (3 x 1.46 in)    
  Bombs: 1.000 kg (2.205 lb)    
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Alekseev I-212

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Alekseev I-212                                                                                               Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.M. Alekseev, USSR Max speed: 1.000 km/h (621 mph) Length:
Type: experimental night fighter Range: 2.300 km (1.429 mi) Span:
Description: I-215 2-seat version, taxi tests but did not fly Ferry range: 3.100 km (1.926 mi) Height:
Completed: 1948 Ceiling: 14.800 m (48.560 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Rate of climb: 29,8 m/s (5.858 ft/min) Number built:
13,08 m (42 ft 11 in)
16,2 m (53 ft 2 in)
NA  
10.500 kg (23.148 lb)
1  
Engines:              2 x Rolls-Royce Nene turbojets    
Thrust: 2 x 21.9 kN (2 x 4.916 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 37 mm (1 x 1.46 in) plus 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in) – in forward fuselage    
  2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in) – in a tail barbette    
 
More info /sources:
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Airwar

 

 

Antonov E-153 Masha (mock up)

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Antonov E-153 Masha                                                                            Photo source: Avia Deja Vu  
   
Manufacturer: OKB O.K. Antonov, USSR Max speed: NA   Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: mock up used also as glider to develop Antonov M fighter Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1948 Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
9,30 m (29 ft 6 in)
10,64 m (32 ft 10 in)
NA  
NA  
1 glider (mock up)
Engine:            1 x Klimov TRD RD-45 turbojet planned               More info /sources:
Thrust: 2 x 22.7 kN (2 x 5.100 lbf) planned    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in) plus 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)    
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Airwar
Scribd

 

 

Cheranovsky BiCh-22

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Cheranovsky BiCh-22                                                                             Photo source: Avia Deja Vu  
(also called Che-22)  
Manufacturer: OKB B.I. Cheranovsky, USSR Max speed: .NA   Length:
Type: unpowered fighter prototype Range: NA   Span:
Description: glider version of BiCh-24 (Che-24) jet fighter project Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1948 Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
4,2 m (13 ft 9 in)
7,5 m (24 ft 7 in)
NA  
NA  
10  
Engine:                none                                                                                  More info /sources:
Thrust: NA    
Armament: none    
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Cheranovsky BiCh-26 (mock up)

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Cheranovsky BiCh-26                                                                            Photo source: Avia Deja Vu  
(also called Che-26)  
Manufacturer: OKB B.I. Cheranovsky, USSR Max speed: Mach 1,7   Length:
Type: jet fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: flying wing project built as mock up and Ferry range: NA   Height:
  canceled due to Cheranovsky detoriating Ceiling: 22.000 m (72.000 ft) Gross weight:
  health and slow engine development Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
Canceled: 1948 Crew: 1    
10,1 m (33 ft 2 in)
8,0 m (26 ft 3 in)
NA  
4.500 kg (9.920 lb)
1.mock.up. (unfinished)
More info /sources:
Engine:                1 x Mikulin AM-5 turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 19,6 kN (1 x 4.410 lbf)    
Armament: NA    
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Lavochkin La-7D

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-7D-10                                                              Photo source: forosegundaguerra.com  
(also called La-7 PVRD)  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 670 km/h (416 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: La-7 testbed with auxiliary pulsejet engines Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1946 Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
8,60 m (28 ft 3 in)
9,80 m (32 ft 2 in)
2,54 m (8 ft 4 in)
3.701 kg (8.159 lb)
1  
Engines:              1 x Shvetsov Ash-82 radial engine                    
  2 x D-10 auxiliary pulsejet engines   Source:
Power: 1 x 1,380 kW (1 x 1.850 HP)   Y. Gordon,
Thrust: 2 x 1.96 kN (2 x 441 lbf)   B. Gunston:
Armament: NA   Soviet X-Planes
 
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Lavochkin La-7S

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-7S PVRD-430             Photo source: Y. Gordon, B. Gunston: Soviet X-Planes (book)  
(also called La-126 PVRD and La-164)  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 694 km/h (431 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 730 km (454 mi) Span:
Description: La-7 testbed with auxiliary ramjet engines Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1946 Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
8,64 m (28 ft 4 in)
9,80 m (32 ft 2 in)
3,56 m (11 ft 8 in)
3.300 kg (7.275 lb)
1  
Engines:        1 x Shvetsov Ash-82 radial engine    
  2 x Bondaryuk VRD-430 auxiliary ramjet engines   Source:                 
Power: 1 x 1,380 kW (1 x 1.850 HP)   Y. Gordon,
Thrust: 2 x 2.94 kN (2 x 660 lbf)   B. Gunston:
Armament: Guns: 4 x 23 mm (4 x 0.90 in)   Soviet X-Planes
 
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Lavochkin La-9

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-9  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 690 km/h (428 mph) Length:
Type: fighter Range: 1.735 km (1.077 mi) Span:
Description: La-7 development with all-metal construction Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1946 Ceiling: 10.800 m (35.433 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: 17,7 m/s (3.484 ft/min) Number built:
8,63 m (28 ft 4 in)
9,80 m (32 ft 2 in)
3,56 m (11 ft 8 in)
3.676 kg (8.104 lb)
1.559  
Engine:               1 x Shvetsov Ash-82 radial engine    
Power: 1 x 1,380 kW (1 x 1.850 HP)    
Armament: Guns: 4 x 23 mm (4 x 0.90 in)    
More info /sources:
Wikipedia
Airpages.ru

 

Lavochkin La-9 UTI

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-9UTI                                                                                 Photo source: Avia Deja Vu  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 659 km/h (409 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: 955 km (593 mi) Span:
Description: La-9 trainer version Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1947 Ceiling: 11.100 m (36.417 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Rate of climb: 16,7 m/s (3.287 ft/min) Number built:
8,63 m (28 ft 4 in)
9,80 m (32 ft 2 in)
3,56 m (11 ft 8 in)
3.466 kg (7.625 lb)
265  
Engine:                   1 x Shvetsov Ash-82 radial engine    
Power: 1 x 1,380 kW (1 x 1.850 HP)    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 23 mm (1 x 0.90 in)    
More info /sources:
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Lavochkin La-9 RD

1947
 
Aircraft on photo:                                                                        Lavochkin La-9RD Photo source: tanks45.tripod.com  
(also called La-9 D-13)  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 674 km/h (419 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: La-9 testbed with auxiliary pulsejet engines Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1947 Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
8,63 m (28 ft 4 in)
9,80 m (32 ft 2 in)
3,56 m (11 ft 8 in)
3.815 kg (8.410 lb)
9  
Engines: 1 x Shvetsov Ash-82 radial engine               
  Source:                 
  2 x RD-13 auxiliary pulsejet engines   Y. Gordon,
Power: 1 x 1,380 kW (1 x 1.850 HP)   B. Gunston:
Thrust: 2 x 1.96 kN (2 x 441 lbf)   Soviet X-Planes
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in)    
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Lavochkin La-138

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-138                                                                                         Photo source: Airwar.ru  
(also called La-130/2PVRD-430)  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 760 km/h (472 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 1.100 km (684 mi) Span:
Description: La-9 testbed with auxiliary ramjet engines Ferry range: 1.250 km (777 mi) Height:
First flight: 1947 Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
8,63 m (28 ft 4 in)
9,80 m (32 ft 2 in)
3,56 m (11 ft 8 in)
3.872 kg (8.518 lb)
1  
Engines:              1 x Shvetsov Ash-82 radial engine    
  2 x Bondaryuk VRD-450 auxiliary ramjet engines    
Power: 1 x 1,380 kW (1 x 1.850 HP)    
Thrust: 2 x 2.94 kN (2 x 660 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 23 mm (3 x 0.90 in)    
More info /sources:
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Valka.cz

 

 

Lavochkin La-11

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-11  
Data for: La-11  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 674 km/h (419 mph) Length:
Type: escort fighter Range: 2.235 km (1.388 mi) Span:
Description: La-9 long range development Ferry range: 2.550 km (1.585 mi) Height:
First flight: 1947 Ceiling: 10.250 m (33.628 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: 12,63 m/s (2.487 ft/min) Number built:
8,62 m (28 ft 3 in)
9,80 m (32 ft 2 in)
3,47 m (11 ft 5 in)
3.996 kg (8.810 lb)
1.182  
Engine:               1 x Shvetsov Ash-82 radial engine                                                 
  More info /sources:
Power: 1 x 1,380 kW (1 x 1.850 HP)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 23 mm (3 x 0.90 in)    
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Lavochkin La-150

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-150                                                                                Photo source: Prototypes.com  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 878 km/h (546 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Range: 493 km (306 mi) Span:
Description: first jet fighter from Lavochkin bureau Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1946 Ceiling: 12.600 m (41.338 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: 22,1 m/s (4.349 ft/min) Number built:
9,42 m (30 ft 11 in)
8,20 m (26 ft 11 in)
2,60 m (8 ft 6 in)
2.973 kg (6.554 lb)
8  
Engine:             1 x Tumanski RD-10 turbojet                                                             
  More info /sources:
Thrust: 1 x 8,8 kN (1 x 1.984 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in)    
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Lavochkin La-152

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-152                                                                                         Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 860 km/h (534 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Range: 700 km (435 mi) Span:
Description: Lavochkin parallel project to La-150 with Ferry range: NA   Height:
  drastic changes in configuration Ceiling: 12.500 m (41.010 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1946 Rate of climb: 17,4 m/s (3.419 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1        
9,12 m (29 ft 11 in)
8,20 m (26 ft 11 in)
2,80 m (9 ft 2 in)
3.239 kg (7.141 lb)
1  
More info /sources:
Engine:                1 x Tumanski RD-10 turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 8,83 kN (1 x 1.984 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 23 mm (3 x 0.90 in)    
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Lavochkin La-156

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-156                                                                                         Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 905 km/h (562 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Range: 660 km (410 mi) Span:
Description: La-152 with afterburner and Endurance: 1 h 5 min   Height:
  first Soviet aircraft with afterburning engine Ceiling: 10.700 m (35.104 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1947 Rate of climb: 23 m/s (4.526 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1        
9,12 m (29 ft 11 in)
8,52 m (27 ft 11 in)
2,80 m (9 ft 2 in)
3.521 kg (7.762 lb)
2  
   
Engine:               1 x Tumanski RD-10F afterburning turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 8,83 kN (1 x 1.984 lbf) dry thrust    
  1 x 10,8 kN (1 x 2.425 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 23 mm (3 x 0.90 in)    
More info /sources:
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Prototypes.com
Airwar

 

 

Lavochkin La-160

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-160                                                                                         Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.050 km/h (652 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Range: 1.000 km (621 mi) Span:
Description: first Soviet airplane with swept wings Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1947 Ceiling: 12.200 m (40.026 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: 19,84 m/s (3.905 ft/min) Number built:
10,06 m (33 ft 0 in)
8,95 m (29 ft 4 in)
4,13 m (13 ft 6 in)
4.060 kg (8.950 lb)
1  
Engine:            1 x Tumanski RD-10F afterburning turbojet                                
  More info /sources:
Thrust: 1 x 8,83 kN (1 x 1.984 lbf) dry thrust    
  1 x 11,17 kN (1 x 2.510 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 37 mm (2 x 1.46 in)    
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Lavochkin La-174 TK

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-174 TK                                                                                  Photo source: ctrl-c.liu.se  
(TK = Tonkoye Krilo = Thin Wing)  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 970 km/h (603 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Range: 960 km (597 mi) Span:
Description: Lavochkin La-168 and La-172 internal Ferry range: NA   Height:
  contender with very thin wing design Ceiling: 13.500 m (44.291 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1948 Rate of climb: 33,3 m/s (6.562 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1        
9,41 m (31 ft 10 in)
8,64 m (28 ft 4 in)
NA  
3.315 kg (7.308 lb)
1  
More info /sources:
Engine:                 1 x Rolls-Royce Derwent 5 turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 15,6 kN (1 x 3.505 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 23 mm (3 x 0.90 in)    
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Lavochkin La-168

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-168                                                                               Photo source: Prototypes.com  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.084 km/h (669 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Ferry range: 1.275 km (792 mi) Span:
Description: MiG-15 contender, both designed Endurance: 1.500 km (931 mi) Height:
  to the same specifications Ceiling: 14.570 m (47.790 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1948 Rate of climb: 37,9 m/s (7.456 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1        
10,56 m (34 ft 8 in)
9,50 m (31 ft 2 in)
NA  
4.580 kg (10.100 lb)
1  
More info /sources:
Engine:                 1 x Rolls-Royce Nene II / Klimov RD-45 turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 4.994 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in)    
  1 x 37 mm (1 x 1.46 in)    
Wikipedia
Aviastar
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Prototypes.com

 

 

Lavochkin La-176

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-176                                                                                        Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.105 km/h (687 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Ferry range: 1.000 km (621 mi) Span:
Description: La-168 with wings swept at 45° and first Endurance: NA   Height:
  Soviet aircraft to break the sound bareer Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.213 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1948 Rate of climb: 46,3 m/s (9.121 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1        
10,97 m (36 ft 0 in)
8,59 m (28 ft 2 in)
NA  
4.637 kg (10.223 lb)
1  
   
Engine:               1 x Klimov VK-1 turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 26,5 kN (1 x 5.952 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in)    
  1 x 37 mm (1 x 1.46 in)    
More info /sources:
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Lavochkin La-172

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-172                                                                                        Photo source: Airwar.ru  
(also called La-174)  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.040 km/h (646 mph) Length:
Type: jet fighter Ferry range: 1.300 km (808 mi) Span:
Description: scaled down version of the La-168 tailored Endurance: NA   Height:
  for the lower-powered, smaller engine Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
First flight: 1948 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
9,56 m (31 ft 4 in)
8,83 m (29 ft 0 in)
NA  
NA  
1  
More info /sources:
Engine:                1 x Rolls-Royce Derwent turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 15,6 kN (1 x 3.500 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 23 mm (3 x 0.90 in)    
Aviastar
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Lavochkin La-15

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-15  
Data for: La-15  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.026 km/h (638 mph) Length:
Type: fighter Range: 1.170 km (730 mi) Span:
Description: La-172 final development & MiG-15 contender Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1948 Ceiling: 13.500 m (44.290 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: 31,7 m/s (6.240 ft/min) Number built:
9,56 m (31 ft 4 in)
8,83 m (29 ft 0 in)
3,80 m (12 ft 6 in)
3.850 kg (8.490 lb)
235 (total La-15)
Engine:           1 xKlimov RD-500 turbojet                                                              
  More info /sources:
Thrust: 1 x 15,6 kN (1 x 3.495 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 23 mm (3 x 0.90 in)    
Wikipedia
Aviastar
Prototypes.com

 

 

Lavochkin La-15 UTI

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-15UTI                                                                                       Photo source: Airwar.ru  
(also called La-180)  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 980 km/h (609 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: 910 km (565 mi) Span:
Description: La-15 two-seat trainer version Endurance: 1 h 30 min   Height:
First flight: 1949 Ceiling: 12.750 m (41.830 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Rate of climb: 27,8 m/s (5.465 ft/min) Number built:
9,56 m (31 ft 4 in)
8,83 m (29 ft 0 in)
3,80 m (12 ft 6 in)
3.730 kg (8.223 lb)
2  
Engine:                  1 x Klimov RD-500 turbojet    
Thrust: 1 x 15,6 kN (1 x 3.495 lbf)    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 12,7 mm (1 x 0.50 in)    
More info /sources:
Wikipedia
ctrl-c.liu.se

 

 

Lavochkin La-200 "Torii radar"

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-200 "Torii radar"                                              Photo source: 1000aircraftphotos.com  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.090 km/h (670 mph) Length:
Type: all-weather interceptor, night fighter Range: 1.165 km (724 mi) Span:
Description: all-metal, side-by-side two-seater and Ferry range: 2.000 km (1.243 mi) Height:
  Su-15 P and MiG I-320 contender Ceiling: NA   Take off weight:
First flight: 1949 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2        
16,59 m (54 ft 5 in)
12,92 m (42 ft 5 in)
NA  
10.375 kg (22.873 lb)
1  
   
Engines:              2 x Klimov RD-45F turbojets    
Thrust: 1 x 22,3 kN (1 x 5.004 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 37 mm (3 x 1.46 in)    
More info /sources:
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Lavochkin La-200 "Korshun radar"

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-200 "Korshun radar"                                                     Photo source: Prototypes.com  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.070 km/h (665 mph) Length:
Type: all-weather interceptor, night fighter Range: 1.170 km (727 mi) Span:
Description: modified La-200 with different radar in Ferry range: 2.170 km (1.348 mi) Height:
  radome on the upper intake lip Ceiling: 15.550 m (51.017 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1951 Rate of climb: 27,8 m/s (5.465 ft/min Number built:
Crew: 2        
16,35 m (53 ft 6 in)
12,96 m (42 ft 6 in)
NA  
12.630 kg (27.844 lb)
1  
More info /sources:
Engines:              2 x Klimov VK-1 turbojets    
Thrust: 2 x 26,5 kN (2 x 5.992 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 3 x 37 mm (3 x 1.46 in)    
Wikipedia
Airwar
Prototypes.com

 

 

Lavochkin La-190

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-190                                                                Photo source: Imageshack by Motocar's
 
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.190 km/h (739 mph) Length:
Type: all-weather interceptor Range: 1.150 km (714 mi) Span:
Description: Yak-1000 and MiG I-350 contender Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1951 Ceiling: 15.000 m (51.180 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Rate of climb: 55,6 m/s (10.936 ft/min) Number built:
16,35 m (53 ft 8 in)
9,9 m (32 ft 6 in)
4,4 m (14 ft 5 in)
9.257 kg (20.407 lb)
1  
Engine:           1 x Lyulka AL-5 turbojet                        More info /sources:
Thrust: 1 x 49,05 kN (1 x 11.220 lbf) with afterburner   Wikipedia
Armament: Guns: 2 x 37 mm (2 x 1.46 in)   Aviastar
 
Airwar
Prototypes.com

 

Lavochkin La-200 B

1952
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-200B                                                                 Photo source: webcommunity.ilvolo.it  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.030 km/h (640 mph) Length:
Type: all-weather fighter Range: 960 km (597 mi) Span:
Description: La-200 with Sokol radar, new radome Ferry range: 3.000 km (1.864 mi) Height:
  and three air inlets Ceiling: 14.125 m (46.342 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1952 Rate of climb: 23,8 m/s (4.688 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 2        
17,33 m (56 ft 10 in)
12,96 m (42 ft 6 in)
NA  
16.244 kg (35.812 lb)
1  
   
Engines:            2 x Klimov VK-1A turbojets                                                        More info /sources:
Thrust: 2 x 30,4 kN (2 x 6.834 lbf)   Wikipedia
Armament: Guns: 3 x 37 mm (3 x 1.46 in)   Aviastar
Airwar
Prototypes.com
Prototypes.com

 

 

Lavochkin La-250 (1st prototype)

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-250A (1st prototype)                                                                 Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.980 km/h (1.230 mph) Length:
Type: interceptor Range: 2.000 km (1.240 mi) Span:
Description: Tu-28 contender, crashed during Ferry range: 2.800 km (1.740 mi) Height:
  take off at first flight Ceiling: 18.500 m (60.695 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1956 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2        
26,80 m (87 ft 11 in)
13,90 m (42 ft 7 in)
NA  
27.500 kg (60.500 lb)
1  
   
Engines:                2 x Lyulka AL-7F turbojets    
Thrust: 2 x 63,7 kN (2 x 14.330 lbf) dry thrust    
  2 x 98,0 kN (2 x 22.050 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: 2 x air-to-air missiles under wings    
More info /sources:
Wikipedia
Prototypes.com
Test Pilot

 

 

Lavochkin La-250 (2nd prototype)

1957
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-250A (2nd prototype)                                                               Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.980 km/h (1.230 mph) Length:
Type: interceptor Range: 2.000 km (1.240 mi) Span:
Description: 2nd La-250 prototype with extended lateral Ferry range: 2.800 km (1.740 mi) Height:
  air inlets, crashed on 5th flight Ceiling: 18.500 m (60.695 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1957 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2        
26,80 m (87 ft 11 in)
13,90 m (42 ft 7 in)
NA  
27.500 kg (60.500 lb)
1  
   
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-7F turbojets    
Thrust: 2 x 63,7 kN (2 x 14.330 lbf) dry thrust    
  2 x 98,0 kN (2 x 22.050 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: 2 x air-to-air missiles under wings    
More info /sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Prototypes.com

 

 

Lavochkin La-250

1958
 
Aircraft on photo: Lavochkin La-250A                                                                   Photo source: Flickr, Phlairline.com  
Data for: La-250A  
Manufacturer: OKB S.A. Lavochkin, USSR Max speed: 1.980 km/h (1.230 mph) Length:
Type: interceptor Range: 2.000 km (1.240 mi) Span:
Description: La-250 with drooped nose & last Lavochkin Ferry range: 2.800 km (1.740 mi) Height:
  airplane. Lost competition to Tu-28. Ceiling: 18.500 m (60.695 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1958 Rate of climb: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2        
26,70 m (87 ft 7 in)
13,90 m (42 ft 7 in)
6,50 m (21 ft 4 in)
27.500 kg (60.500 lb)
(total La-250)
More info /sources:
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-7F turbojets    
Thrust: 2 x 63,7 kN (2 x 14.330 lbf) dry thrust    
  2 x 98,0 kN (2 x 22.050 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: 2 x air-to-air missiles under wings    
Wikipedia
Aviastar
Prototypes.com
Test Pilot
   
   
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