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ATTA 3000 and other Promavia trainer projects

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overscan said:
S-54/55 were formally offered to South Africa. They scored quite highly in the technical assessment but were eliminated on other grounds.

http://www.polity.org.za/html/govdocs/reports/arms/Chapter4.pdf

What's the MGA-T in it (see point 4.1.7)? A 'misprinting' MiG-AT?
 

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My dear boxkite,

Please notice that MiG had anther two trainer aircraft, ATTA with
Promavia and New Trainer (in Osprey encyclopedia of russian
aircraft).
 

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Hi,

and there was also Promavia-3600a single seat ground attack
version of Model-3000.
 

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Yes the ARA-3600 but MiG never got involved in that one, contrary to the ATTA3000.
--M
 

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Nice to meet the man behind the machdiamonds website here :) .
 

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Hi,


http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1989/1989%20-%202243.html
 

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From my archives, an early design iteration. The more interesting ones are those signed by Belyakov in 1993 but I cannot release those unfortunately.
-Luc
 

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Hi,


here is a 3-view to Promavia ATTA-3000 and ARA-3600.


Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1991-1992
 

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Another designation was the ATTA-4000 for the ATTA variant powered by two Williams-Rolls FJ-44 engines. The ATTA-3000 designation was for the original AlliedSignal TFE109-2 or -3 powered version and seems to have been Promavia's designation, Mikoyan having used izdelye 815.

Source: Brassey's World Aircraft & Systems Directory, 1996-97.
 

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Luc/aka Machdiamond -

The ATTA3000 is quite attractive - trying to understand how the engine(s) are faired into the belly. Do you have an underside and rear view that you can share?

Thanks! Mark
 

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