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The IA-63 Pampa is an advanced jet trainer with combat capability. Versions currently in production are the Pampa II and Pampa III.

It has all-metal structure in the form of semi-monocoque with stressed skin, and a single engine. The fuel tank is integral to the two-spar wing box, and the wings are shoulder-mounted. Tricycle landing gear is hydraulically extended and designed for unprepared surfaces. Ailerons, rudder, tailplane, Fowler flaps and airbrake are hydraulically-powered, and primary surfaces have tandem actuators.

Accommodates two pilots in tandem with ejector seats, in a pressurised and air conditioned area under a single-piece canopy. Three-screen EFIS with optional helmet-mounted display.

First prototype flew in 1984 and the first production model in 1987. First production Pampa III flew in 2018.

Lift typeFixed wingSearch for other aircraft programs with these properties on the Aircraft Programs directory page.
Construction typeFactory-built
Control typePiloted
Engine typeTurbofan
ApplicationAttack, Trainer

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