Yakolev Yak-17 Feather/Magnet series






Last updated on: September 13, 2017

As with all my Red Team jet pages, this will just be for the exported examples, listed by nation.

This is a work in progress and any help would be appreciated. Information on these planes is rather difficult to locate online and this work will remain incomplete unless you the readers offer to help me. Please feel free to pass along any information that you might have.

At the end of this page is a list of people who have graciously offered their help. Thank you all very much!


Bulgaria Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 23
*1951: Delivered to the Bulgarian AF.


Bulgaria Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 41
*1951: Delivered to the Bulgarian AF.


China Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 12
*Currently preserved at the Datangshan Museum.


China Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 20
*--info needed.--


China Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 60
*1950: Unofficially assigned to the Soviet AF 29 GIAP.


Czechoslovakia Yak-17 (S-100) c/n IS-10001 s/n 30
*Pattern aircraft from planned license production.
*1949: Delivered to Czechoslovakia.
*Never officially accepted by the Czech AF.
*Assigned as a ground trainer to the Military Technical Academy.
*Was preserved at the Brno Technical Museum.
*Currently preserved at the Letecke-Kbely Museum.


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120132 s/n 1 (or 7?)
*1953: OSL-5.
*1957: Aviation Institute, Warsaw. As spare parts?


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n ? s/n 2
*1959: CWL Wroclaw.


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120008 s/n 04 (once just 4?)
*ex-Soviet AF.
*1948: Built.
*4/1951: Delivered to the Polish AF.
*1951: 1 MPL.
*1951: 13 PLM.
*1952: 39 PLM.
*5/26/1952: Withdrawn from use.
*1957-63: Aviation Institute, Warsaw as SP-GLM.
*Currently preserved at the MLP Krakow Museum, falsely marked as "02".


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120127 s/n 7
*ex-Soviet AF.
*1948: Built.
*4/1951: Delivered to the Polish AF.
*1951: 1 MPL.
*1951: 13 PLM.
*1955: OSL-5.
*10/7/1955: Withdrawn from use.


Poland Yak-17 c/n ? s/n 29
*8/20/1950: First flight.
*1 PLM.


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120037 s/n ?
*12/1951: Delivered to the Polish AF.
*1951: 11 PLM.
*1955: OSL-5.
*10/7/1955: Withdrawn from use.


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120038 s/n ?
*12/1951: Delivered to the Polish AF.
*1951: 11 PLM.


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120124 s/n ?
*ex-Soviet AF.
*5/1951: Delivered to the Polish AF.
*1951: 2 MPL.


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120141 s/n ?
*12/1951: Delivered to the Polish AF.
*1951: 11 PLM.


Poland Yak-17UTI (Yak-17W) c/n 3120145 s/n ?
*ex-Soviet AF.
*1948: Built.
*4/1951: Delivered to the Polish AF.
*1951: 1 MPL.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 1
*1951: Delivered to the Romanian AF.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 2
*1951: Delivered to the Romanian AF.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 3
*1951: Delivered to the Romanian AF.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 4
*1951: Delivered to the Romanian AF.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 5
*3/1952: Delivered to the Romanian AF.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 6
*3/1952: Delivered to the Romanian AF.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 7
*3/1952: Delivered to the Romanian AF.
*Was preserved at the Moldavian Museum Complex in Iasi.
*Currently preserved at the Bacau Museum.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 8
*3/1952: Delivered to the Romanian AF.


Romania Yak-17UTI c/n ? s/n 9
*3/1952: Delivered to the Romanian AF.



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For their assistance in various parts of this project, I would like to give thanks to the following individual people...

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