Soviet biplane, nicknamed “Kukuruznik”.
Function: training aircraft, low-cost ground attack, aerial reconnaissance, liaison aircraft, versatile light combat
Wingspan: 11,4 m
Lenght: 8,17 m
Max. takeoff weight: 1350 kg
Max. speed: 152 km/h
Engine: Shvetsov M-11D 5-cylinder radial engine, 93 kW
Polikarpov Po-2 reg. S5-MAY. It was produced in the Soviet Union in 1937 under the serial number 0076. During World War II it served in the Red Army and after the war in 1945 it was donated to the Yugoslav army. Since 2014 the biplane flies in the Czech Republic (Aeronautical Museum Methodius Vlach). Airshow Chotebor 2017. Chotebor airport LKCT.