The MiG-AT is a twin-engine jet trainer. One prototype made its first flight in 1996, and a second in 2004. The aircraft uses two 3,150-lb.-thrust Turbomeca/Snecma Larzac 04-R20 turbofan engines, although it has also been tested with 3,750-lb.-thrust Soyuz RD-1700 engines for the Russian air force...

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