The FAJ Jastreb Vuk-T often called Vuk (Serbian: Vuk - Wolf) is a Standard Class single-seat high-performance glider, intended for transition training, designed and built-in Yugoslavia from the late 1970s.

The Vuk-T was manufactured by FAJ Jastreb in Vršac entirely from fiberglass. After manufacture, the gliders were first tested by the JRV before donation to state-sponsored aero clubs across the country.

Permitted to do the following aerobatic maneuvers: loop, stall turn, steep turn and spin, the Vuk-t is popular in flying clubs because it reminds club members about free-flying, the free donation of planes to clubs by the army and general Yugoslavian nostalgia. The majority of surviving Vuk-t gliders fly with aero-clubs with few aircraft in private ownership and are expected to have a long life due to the high structural strength and ease of maintenance.

One peculiar attribute of the VUK-T can be characterized by a whistling sound when flying, often described as the howl of a wolf, (Vuk meaning wolf in some languages used by peoples of the former Yugoslavia). There were two gliders of this type in Aero Club Skopje, but now there is only one (currently undergoing restoration).

General characteristics: Crew: 1, Length: 6.5 m, Wingspan: 15 m, Height: 1.3 m, Wing area: 11.955 m2, Airfoil: NASA GA(W)-1, Empty weight: 260 kg, Gross weight: 385 kg, Minimum pilot weight equipped: 70 kg, Maximum pilot weight equipped: 110 kg

Performance: Stall speed: 59 km/h, Never exceed speed: 240 km/h, Max Rough airspeed 150 km/h, Max Aerotow speed 125 km/h, Max Winch launch speed 110 km/h, Maximum glide ratio: 37.5 at 105 km/h, Rate of sink: 0.65 m/s.

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