UTVA-75A41M SOVA is an upgraded version of the UTVA-75 airplane, intended for initial training and selection, taxi, sport flying, tourism and more. Optionally, it can be used for reconnaissance, aerial photography, and can also carry light or practice weapons if properly equipped. SOVA is a single engine, low wing airplane, with completely metallic semi-monocoque airframe, four seats in side-by-side configuration and fixed landing gear. It features a 120 cm (47 inch) wide cabin, with adjustable seats and pedals for the pilot and the student/co-pilot and ample room for passengers.
|Maximum horizontal speed @ S/L||230 km/h||124 kts|
|Stalling speed, Flaps up, engine idle||105 km/h||57 kts|
|Stalling speed, Flaps landing position, engine idle||95 km/h||51 kts|
|Maximum rate of climb @ S/L||4 m/s||787 ft/min|
|Service ceiling||3200 m||10.500 ft|
|Take-off distance over 15 m (50 ft) obstacle, grass||665 m||2180 ft|
|Landing distance over 15 m (50 ft) obstacle, grass||440 m||1440 ft|
|Endurance (plus 30 minutes reserve)||4.2 hours|
|Range (plus 30 minutes reserve)||675 km||365 nm|
Comfortable and safe
Time-tested classic, flown for over 40 years and now modified, in its most luxurious version comes equipped with gorgeous leather seats, fully integrated dual Garmin G500 (dual VOR/LOC/GS/ADC, dual VHF radio) and air conditioning, offering top of the line safety, redundancy, parallelism in training and comfort in its price class. Flight data recorder (integrated with G500 and MVP-50P) and a cockpit voice recorder, indispensable for debriefing and analysis, as well as DME are also available on demand.
Powered by a four-cylinder, 210 hp air cooled Lycoming IO-390-А3А6 engine and a constant speed two-blade metal Hartzell HC–C2YR-1BFP/F 7894 propeller, it strikes a great balance between performance and fuel economy. Leaned properly, SOVA sips less than 35 l/h (9.2 USG/hour) of 100LL avgas, making long flights (over 4 hours, with a full tank) easy on your wallet.
SOVA, designed and manufactured by UTVA AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY LTD, is in the certification process under EASA CS-23 specifications in normal and utility category.