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PZL 104 Wilga

Designed as a successor to the Polish built Yak-1 and PZL 101, the prototype PZL 104 Wilga first flew in 1962.  A four-seat light aircraft, the Wilga has been used for liaison, club flying, glider towing, parachuting, agricultural use and as an air ambulance.

PZL has sold around 900 variants.  Wilga is polish for "Thrush".

 Specifications (Wilga 35A)
Type: General
Engine: one 260 hp (194 kW) Ivchyenko AI-14RA radial piston engine
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