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Company Termikas Ltd. is now working for 28 years in aircraft, engines and gliders world market.

Main goal of the company is to provide high quality overhauled YAK type aircraft, perform their maintenance, repairs, overhaul engines and propellers. We are also allowed to work on Western type aircraft e.g. Cessna, Piper, Mooney, Socata.

We comply with laws and requirements of Lithuanian CAA and EASA Part 145.


JSC "Termikas" is the first private enterprise in the former post-Soviet space that started to repair the aero-engines of Vedeneyev M-14P and Ivchenko AI-14R. The called as "engines 14th group" of Russian Design Bureau "Motorostrojenije".

In 1997, in collaboration with the Design Bureau and repair factories, finally, technical literature and spare parts were stored, workplaces were established and specialists were invited for training and evaluating the employees of aero-engines maintenance of JSC "Termikas".

With the involvement of competent professionals, the first engines M-14P and AI-14RA were dismantled, defective, repaired, collected and tested, technical literature was reviewed and supplemented.

On the basis of having highly qualified inspection specialists report, Lithuanian CAA has included engine repair/ maintenance on the certificate approval schedule of the JSC "Termikas".

For years, we have been accumulating experience and teaching our specialists, we have visited Voronezh Design Bureau ‘Motorostrojenija’ (engine M-14P) and training centre of Lycoming in US.

Today, newly appeared specialists and advertising themselves worked more or less time in our company. At that time, they used all the necessary technical information and relationship. Unfortunately, the work done by some of them caused a number of situations deteriorating working atmosphere that cost us money and damaged the reputation of the Company.

We have repeatedly faced fake repairs under the veil of well-known companies. As we personally know many people in different companies, we are able to recognize their pattern; we can easily define the authenticity of both the engine itself and its documentation.

Therefore, the such phenomena, when in the absence of sufficient competences and technical capabilities, or maybe even lacking responsibility, unprofessional work or outdated, unchecked item is being tried to stuff into your aircraft, should not be tolerated.

News



AERO 45 / 2019.06.14

The Aero 45 was a twin-piston engined civil utility aircraft produced in Czechoslovakia after World War II. Aero Vodochody produced the aircraft in 1947–1951, after which the Let Kunovice rolled out these planes till 1961. Aero Ae-45S was the first Czechoslovak plane, which in 1958 surpassed the Atlantic Ocean.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Crew .............................. 1 Capacity ........................ 3-4
Length ..........................  7.77 m (25 ft 6 in) Height ........................... 2.3 m (7 ft 7 in)
Wingspan ..................... 12.25 m (40 ft 2 in) Empty weight ............... 960 kg (2,116 lb)
Max takeoff weight ..... 1,600 kg (3,527 lb) (full fuel)
Powerplant ................... 2 × Avia M 332-III 4-cylinder air-cooled inverted in-line piston engines, 100 kW (140 hp) each
Propellers .................... 2-bladed Type V410, 1.9 m (6 ft 3 in) diameter electrically-operated metal 4-position variable-pitch propellers
PERFORMANCE
Max. speed .................. 282 km/h (175 mph; 152 kn) at 1,600 kg (3,500 lb) AUW
Cruise speed ............... 250 km/h (155 mph; 135 kn) at 1,600 kg (3,500 lb) AUW
Range ........................... 1,700 km (1,056 mi; 918 nmi)
Rate of climb ................ 5 m/s (980 ft/min)
Service ceiling ............ 5,900 m (19,400 ft) 
Wing loading ................ 87.8 kg/m2 (18.0 lb/sq ft)
Take-off run to 15 m .... 460 m (1,510 ft)

YAK - 50 / 2019.06.06


Friends and customers / 2019.05.20


Piper PA-31 Navajo / 2019.05.20

The Piper PA-31 Navajo is a family of cabin-class, powered by two 310 hp (231 kW) Lycoming TIO-540-A turbocharged engines. Aircraft designed and built by Piper Aircraft for the general aviation market. Produced more than 3900 aircraft.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Crew .............................. 1-2 Capacity ........................ 7 passengers
Length .......................... 32 ft 7½ in (9.94 m) Height ........................... 13 ft (3.96 m)
Wingspan ..................... 40 ft 8 in (12.40 m) Wing area ..................... 229 sq. ft (21.3 m²)
Empty weight ............... 3,930 lb (1,782 kg) Max. takeoff weight ..... 6,500 lb (2,948 kg)
Powerplant ................... 2 × Lycoming TIO-540-A air-cooled six-cylinder horizontally opposed piston engine, 310 hp (231 kW) each
Propellers .................... Two or three blade, metal, fully feathering, Hartzell propeller
PERFORMANCE
Max. speed .................. 227 knots (420 km/h (260 mph)) at 15,000 ft (4,600 m)
Cruise speed ............... 207 knots (383 km/h (238 mph)) econ cruise at 20,000 ft (6,100 m)
Stall speed ................... 63.5 knots (118 km/h (73 mph)) flaps down
Range ........................... 1,011 nmi (1,875 km (1,165 mi))
Rate of climb ................ 1,445 ft/min (7.3 m/s)
Service ceiling ............ 26,300 ft (8,015 m)

Cessna 208 Caravan / 2019.04.29

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Crew .............................. 1-2 Capacity ........................ 9-14 passengers
Length .......................... 37 ft 7 in (11.46 m) Height ........................... 14 ft 11 in (4.55 m)
Wingspan ..................... 52 ft 1 in (15.88 m) Wing area ..................... 279 sq ft (25.9 m2)
Empty weight ............... 4,730 lb (2,145 kg) Gross weight ................ 8,000 lb (3,629 kg) 
Max. landing weight .... 7,800 lb (3,538 kg) Fuel capacity ................ 2,224 lb (332 gal//1,257 l)
Powerplant ................... 1 × Pratt & Whitney PT6A-114A turboprop, 675 shp (503 kW)
Propellers .................... 3-bladed McCauley Constant speed, full feathering, reversible pitch
PERFORMANCE
Cruise speed ............... 214 mph; 186 kn (344 km/h) true air speed
Stall speed ................... 70 mph; 61 kn (113 km/h) calibrated air speed
Range ........................... 1,232 mi; 1,070 nmi (1,982 km)
Service ceiling ............ 25,000 ft (7,600 m)
Rate of climb ................ 1,234 ft/min (6.27 m/s)
Wing loading ................ 28.674 lb/sq ft (140.00 kg/m2)

April / 2019.04.11


March / 2019.03.06


Winter - the best time for repairs / 2019.01.31


Autumn / 2018.11.14


September / 2018.09.28


YAK - 18T / 2018.08.14


Busy May / 2018.06.03

Some more photos at our Facebook page.


YAK - 18T / 2018.04.12


Piper Saratoga / 2018.03.16


Bye winter, bye Grumman! / 2018.02.25


Orange period - YAK-50 ( Aerobatic team ANBO ) / 2018.02.02


Wings & Fuselage / 2018.01.22