LET L-200 MORAVA
Title: LET L-200 Morava
The L-200 Morava is a twin engined light touring aircraft developed in Czechoslovakia as a more modern replacement for the Aero 45.
It first flew in 1957 and was in production until 1964, by which time around 367 examples had been produced. It became the standard air taxi aircraft for the Soviet Union Aeroflot until replaced by Russian types. It was exported to more than 15 countries but only small numbers are left airworthy now.
This title contains the flight and maintenance manuals for the Morava, produced by Omnipol, the Czechoslovakian aircraft exporting agency, plus one Omnipol produced colour brochure. The flight manuals have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.