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Also Known As: AI-25TL, AI-25TLK, AI-25TLSh and WS-11
Ivchenko-Progress and Motor Sich
Parent System: AI-25
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1967
Total Production: 9,360
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Description: The AI-25 is a turbofan engine developed by Ivchenko-Progress to power the Yak-40 tri-jet airliner and M-15 agricultural airplane. The engine is the starting point for DV-2 turbine which is the basis for AI-22 and AI-222 engine families. Launched in 1965, first tested in 1966 and cleared for production in 1967 with approximately 6,300 engines produced to date. The AI-25TL was designed to power the L-39 trainer and the first flight was carried out in 1968. More than 3,000 AI-25TL engines were sold to customers worldwide. The AI-25TLK version was developed to power the Chinese trainer JL-8/K-8J with 58 such engines ordered and delivered beginning in 1997. In the late 1990s, Ivchenko-Progress launched the improved AI-25TLSh to extend the service life of L-39 trainers. The first L-39 powered by AI-25TLSh entered flight testing with the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense in June 2002.
All in, more than 9,360 AI-25 engines of all versions were delivered from 1967 onwards. The engine has been in production at Ivchenko-Progress and Motor Sich plants at Zaporozhye (Russia). A further development known as AI-25TL Series 2 was designed to power the Mig-AT trainer.
Service Life Flight Hours: 18,000
Height: 896 millimeter (35.3 inch)
Length: 1,993 millimeter (78 inch)
Width: 820 millimeter (32.3 inch)
Dry Weight: 312 kilogram (688 pound)
Max Cruise Thrust: 1,500 kilogram
Max Takeoff Thrust: 1,700 kilogram (3,748 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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