English name: Hawk

TYPE: Two-seat lightplane.

PROGRAMME: Prototype (RA-2362K) shown at MAKS '03, Moscow, August 2003.

CURRENT VERSIONS: Sport: Single-seat variant with 40 litre (10.6 US gallon; 8.8 Imp gallon) fuel capacity.
Trainer: Two-seat variant.
Seaplane: Two seats and twin floats.
Sprayer: Seating and fuel as for Sport variant.

DESIGN FEATURES: Low-wing configuration with mid-mounted, strut-braced tailplane; sweptback fin.
Wing section NASA GA (W)-1; thickness/chord ratio 17 per cent; dihedral 3°; twist 4°.

FLYING CONTROLS: Conventional and manual. Plain rudder and horn-balanced elevators. Flaps, maximum deffection 35°.

STRUCTURE: Generally of composites.

LANDING GEAR: Tailwheel type; fixed. Cantilever spring mainwheel legs.

POWER PLANT: One 73.5 kW (98.6 hp) Rotax 912 ULS flat-four driving a three-blade propeller via a 2.4286 reduction gear. Fuel capacity 100 litres (26.4 US gallons; 22.0 Imp gallons).

ACCOMMODATION: One or two (in tandem) persons, according to variant. Large canopy with separate windscreen and rear transparency.

EQUIPMENT: Sprayer version equipped with hopper for 230 litres (60.8 US gallons; 50.6 Imp gallons) of chemicals.