T-28A Fennec, Aerofox, F-AZHR
On the tarmac, you will be impressed by its clumsy appearance and large dimensions but do not be fooled by appearances, in flight the T 28 is very homogeneous, allowing it to perform all combat and basic aerobatic figures.
Built by the North American company in the early 1950s, the T 28 was intended for training US Air Force pilots.
At the end of the 1950s, France will use this plane, renamed FENNEC, during the Algerian conflict.
Single-engine low-wing monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear
Wright Cyclone 1425 HP engine
Max speed: 550 km / h
Range: 1,700 km
Takeoff weight: 3,855 kg
Wing span: 12.22 m
Length: 10.06 m
Operator: Aerofox Pilot: Alex Duguery Livery: US Navy