Title:  KAI KT-1

The KT-1 is the production variant of the KTX-1 developed under a government sponsored program dating from the late 1980’s and is the first entirely indigenous aircraft built in Korea. The KT-1 first flew in 1991 but production contracts were not signed until 1998. It entered service with the Korean air force in 2000.

The aircraft has been produced with both analog and glass cockpits and an armed variant is available. The type has been exported to a number of other countries including Indonesia, Turkey, Senegal and Peru.

This title contains the manufacturer’s flight manual for the KT-1B (as used by the Indonesian Air Force) along with two publicity brochures. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains (All in English):

  • Manufacturer’s Flight Manual for the KAI KT-1B, document T.O. 1T-KT1B-1 at Rev A dated 30-4-07 and Change 1 dated 30-6-12 with approx. 339 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure for the KAI KT-1 advanced basic trainer, undated with 8 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure for the KAI KT-1 basic trainer, undated with 12 pages.