Zlin Z-142 OK-ONP
Blue Sky Service aircraft photographed at the Brno Air Show, Czech Republic, on 6 September 2008.
The Zlin Z-142 is a single-engine two-seat Czechoslovakian trainer aircraft manufactured by Moravan Otrokovice.
The prototype Z-142 first flew on December 28, 1978.
It was a development of the Zlin Z-42 M platform, equipped with a Walter (now LOM) fuel-injected inverted 6 cylinder, supercharged air-cooled engine rated at 157 kW (210 hp), driving a constant speed propeller.
Designed for aerobatics instruction, it is certified to +6 and -.4G, and equipped with full inverted fuel and oil systems permitting extended inverted flight.
Picture added on 13 September 2008