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miniLAK

Wingspan: 13.5m
Empty Weight: 163kg
MTOW: 350kg

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LAK-17B

Wingspan: 15/18/21 m
MTOW:
550kg (15m)
600kg (18m; 21m)
Min. Sink Rate: 0.53m/s

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LAK-19

Wingspan: 15/18m
MTOW: 500kg
Min. Sink Rate: 0.48m/s

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Our news

2019-08-19
We are happy hearing that pilots with mini LAK-FES sailplanes achieve such are great results. Just check the links below (OLC webpage information) about the Hannu Nurmiranta and Christoph Matkowski flights: Hannu…
2019-07-08
We are happy to announce that New Zealand CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) completed the type acceptance for LAK-17 series sailplanes. Find the link to the report below:   Type acceptance report
2019-07-08
Take a look at the new article about the mini LAK FES sailplane. The Norwegian newspaper “Frostingen” published a story about Trygve Rushfeldt flying his sailplane.   Link to article: “First…

We are

Lithuanian Aviation Plant (now JSC “Sportinė Aviacija ir Ko”) was established in 1969. At the time, it was (and still is) the only company in the Baltic countries on designing, manufacturing and repair of gliders and powered gliders. Aircraft Factory establishment was based on the old traditions of gliding and aircraft design in Lithuania.

The first composite glider BK-7 “Lietuva” was built in 1972. This glider has become the basis for the future aircraft design. Over 20 different types and modifications of gliders and motor gliders have been designed, built and tested during the history of the plant.

The most popular member of the glider family is the Open Class glider LAK-12. Within 25 years, 253 units have been built and operated in 20 different countries. The glider…