|History of Soviet Gliding.
Unused Illustrated Envelop
|Envelop Description||The KAI-19 was a high performance, all-metal sailplane, built with advanced techniques in the USSR in the early 1960s.
The KAI-15 was designed by a team led by P. Kamychev and built at the Kazan Aviation Institute (KAI), flying in 1963.
An unmarked KAI-19 is displayed in the Central Russian Air Force Museum, Monimo.
|Type||Unused Illustrated Envelop|
|Published by/for:||Ministry of Communications, 1985|