Title: Yakovlev YAK-3

Designed to the smallest possible dimensions to minimise drag, the YAK-3 first flew in 1943. Entering service in 1944 the aircraft proved highly manoeuverable and achieved a very high score rate against German aircraft in the latter part of WW2.

To maximise value, this title contains the flight manual for the YAK-3 plus flight manuals for two other WW2 Russian aircraft, the Lavochkin La-5 and the Tupolev Tu-2. The files have been scanned from the original manuals. These are all very colourful manuals and consist largely of illustrations advising the pilot of the order and method of inspecting the aircraft, operating the controls, etc.



This title contains:

  • Flight Manual for the Yakovlev YAK-3 dated 1945, 80 pages. IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE.
  • Flight Manual for the Lavochkin LA-5, dated 1944, 73 pages. IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE.
  • Flight Manual for the Tupolev TU-2, dated 1945, 107 pages. IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE.