MiG-21bis 75A jet fighter aircraft “Cápeti I.”

Engine type:R-25-300
Power output:6,850 kW
Wingspan:7.15 m
Wing area:23.00 sqm
Length:15.00 m
Height:4.125 m
Empty weight:6,050 kg
Maximum take-off weight:8,726 kg
Maximum speed:2,175 km/h
Maximum speed:2.05 Mach
Landing speed:270 km/h
Take-off run:570 m
Service ceiling:17,500 m
Range:1,265 km
Locator type:RP-22SZMA
Cannon:1x23 mm GS-23 cannon
Ammunition:250 pcs
Non-guided UB-16 launcher:2x16 S-5K
UB-32 launcher:2x32 S-5K
Radar, radiolocator, infra air-to-air:R-3R
Infra-guided air-to-air:R-13
Demolition bombs:FAB
Incendiary bombs:ZAB-500
Sharks in the Hungarian Air Force Of the 15 MiG-21bis 75A jet-propelled fighter planes introduced into the Hungarian Air Force, the one marked 1904 received a special shark patterned paint job in 1992. It was named Cápeti (Peter Shark) after the popular cartoon character. Its brother, Cápeti II, is a L-39 training plane that was repainted in 2007. It was the enemy of the Sky Hussars The Hungarian Army's first large scale international air show was held in Taszár on September 21, 1991. This is where the Taszár air show division, the Hungarian Sky Hussars, first appeared before a big audience. Another international air show was held the next year on 8-9 August 1992. The role of the Sky Hussars’ enemy was performed by the Cápeti. It performed abroad as well After a successful show by the division, they were invited to the United Kingdom to the Royal International Air Tattoo on April 24-25, 1993 to celebrate the Royal Air Force's 75th birthday. This was the first time a Hungarian division performed in the West. Cápeti I arrived in Szolnok at the end of March 2009. Serial number: 75061904.