Title: LET L410 Turbolet

The development of the L410 was started in the late 1960’s as a turboprop airliner replacement for the Antonov An-2 for Aeroflot. It first flew in 1969 and different variants have been in almost continuous production since then. Over 1,200 have been built and they are in service in over 50 countries.

The most common variant, the L410-UVP-E uses the Walter M601 engine (Now GE H80-200) and has been type certificated against FAR 23. These entered service in 1986 and have also been certificated by both the FAA and EASA.

This title contains the flight manual for the LET L420-UVP-E20 version along with two manufacturer’s brochures for the L410. The files have been scanned from the original documents and retain any colour pages unless otherwise stated.


This title contains:

  • Manufacturer’s Airplane Flight Manual for the LET L410UVP-E20, Document Do L410-1214.2 dated 13-5-1998 revised to 30-5-2001 with approx. 722 pages. In English.
  • Manufacturer’s Brochure for the L410 dated September 1970 with approx. 37 pages. In English.
  • Manufacturer’s Brochure for the L410-UVP-E Commuter dated January 1994 with approx. 13 pages. In English.