This update is intended for use with the KSGY L-410 model
for X-Plane 11, its not a standalone product
and distributed "As is".
The Let L 410 "Turbolet" is a versatile nineteen-seat twin-engine aircraft for regional air lines. The aircraft with reduced take-off and landing properties (UVP in the name L410 UVPE20 means the Russian abbreviation "Shortened take-off and landing") is developed by the design bureau Let plant. It was intended for use on grass, dirt, snow untrained sites, and airports with short lanes. Other names: Elka, Cheburashka.
The design of the aircraft began in 1966. For the first time the skilled plane supplied with TVD Pratt&Whitney PT6A27, passed flight tests 16.04.1969. Regular use of L410A aircraft opened the first in late 1971 Czechoslovak aviation company "Words Air" (Bratislava), which served local aircraft now lines - by the beginning of 1974 it had acquired twelve aircraft, and in 1973 the first two aircraft were transferred to the Soviet Union. The aircraft received registration Soviet numbers CCCP67251 - CCCP67255.
In 1973, flight checks of the L410M aircraft equipped with Czech TDP Walter М601А started. L410M became the second serial variation of "Turbolet." By the end of 1978, one hundred L410M aircraft had arrived for the Ministry of Civil Aviation of the Soviet Union.
In 1979, production of an improved L410UVL modification started, which became the main serial model. This aircraft was distinguished from the previous versions by a longer fuselage, larger vertical blade and wing sizes, the use of М601В and HPT Walter Schutz (2x730l.s.). This aircraft passed the certification program in the USSR and was taken into use by Aeroflot. A further development was the L410UVPE option with more powerful TVDM601E. The first flight of such an aircraft took place on 30.12.1984. It has improved take-off and landing characteristics and reduced cockpit noise levels. In 1986 it was certified in the Soviet Union. A modification of the L420 was developed with powerful TVDM601 ° F (2x778l.s.), larger take-off weight (6.8t) and improved flight properties (flight tests of the aircraft started in 1993).
The aircraft is currently used in military and civilian flight schools to pre-train future military transport and long-range aviation pilots.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the SEV in the 1990s, the demand for L410 aircraft fell, and the rate of their production decreased more than tenfold (from 50 aircraft per year to two to five). The situation has improved significantly since 2008, when 51 percent of the shares of Let Kunovice (Aircraft Industries) bought the Russian company Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company. The production rate in 2010 - 2012 was eight to ten aircraft per year. They plan to increase the annual production rate to 16 - 18 aircraft.
In 2013, a modification of the L410 UVPE20 was made, equipped with analog or digital avionics (to choose from), TCAS system, autopilot. L410 UVPE20 has an ARMAC type certificate.
Installation: unpack the contents of the l_410_update folder to the model folder and accept
If desired, you can change the aircraft registration number displayed
above the instrument panel.
To do this, open the regnum.lua file located in the
Custom Avionics folder by any text editor.
In the line with --local t_number = " "-- enter desired registration number between quotes.
Save and close the file.
We do not recommend making any other changes to files located in that
because the model may lose its functionality.
Don't forget download airplane from KSGY web site: http://x-plane.hu/L-410/