PZL Koliber 160A in flight
PZL Koliber 160A cockpit
|Type||Aerobatic aircraft, Civil aircraft, Civil trainer aircraft, Light aircraft, Light-sport aircraft|
|Configuration||Low wing aircraft, Monoplane aircraft|
|Propulsion||Piston aircraft, Propeller aircraft|
|Author(s)||jakkos98 (SP-KOS), SP-NTX, TheFGFSEagle (TheEagle), sryu1, Mariusz Migut (SP-MMA), Patrice Poly (WooT)|
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The PZL-Koliber 160A is the last production version of the Polish PZL-110 Koliber series developed on the basis of the SOCATA Rallye 100 ST license purchased by PZL in 1976, produced since 1979. The PZL-Koliber 160A aircraft is a four-seat low-wing aircraft with a take-off weight of up to 950 kg, equipped with a 160 hp (120 kW) Lycoming O-320-D2A engine. It was produced in the years 1997-2004 at PZL Okęcie in the number of 12 pieces, mainly exported to the USA.
- Replaced AI with new one
- Changed Cabin Textures