Title: Soko G-2 Galeb (N-60)

The Galeb (Seagull) was developed during the late 1950’s to replace the T-33 in Yugoslavian Air Force service and first flew in 1961. 248 examples were built between 1965 and 1985 and were the first mass-produced jet aircraft in Yugoslavia. It found an export market with around 100 being operated by Libya with smaller numbers used by Zaire and Zambia.

This title includes the Yugoslavian Air Force Flight Manual for the G-2 Galeb (designated N-60 in service, N for Nastavni, fighter trainer), plus a brochure which gives some information in English, has been scanned from the original documents and retains any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • Yugoslavian Air Force Flight Manual (Titled Upravljanje Avionom) for the SOKO G-2 Galeb (N-60). Publication 01.VTUP.007/04.1 dated 1969, with approx. 217 pages. (In the Serbo-Croat language).
  • 35 page colour brochure for the SOKO Galeb produced by the manufacturer. This brochure is in English and gives some technical data on the aircraft. Undated.