LIBIS KB-6

LIBIS KB-6

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The LIBIS KB-6 Matajur was a 1950s Yugoslavian two-seat light monoplane designed by Letalski Institut Branko Ivanus Slovenija.

Design and development

The aircraft design office of the Letalski Institut Branko Ivanus Slovenija brought together teachers and students of the Ljubljana technical high school. The design office designed the KB-6 Matajur which was a two-seat light trainer and tourer that first flew on the 4 June 1952. The KB-6 was a cantilever low-wing monoplane with fixed tailwheel landing gear and an enclosed cockpit with side-by-side seating and dual controls. The aircraft was produced for use in aero-clubs until the mid-1960s.

Variants

KB-6 Matajur
Main production variant powered by a 136hp (101kw) Regnier 4L00 inline engine.
KB-6T Matajur
Three-seat development powered by a Walter Minor 6-III-J inline engine, eight built.
LIBIS 160
Further developed version of the KB-6T with swept vertical tail, 11 built.


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