SOKO G-2 Galeb

The single-engine G-2 Galeb was the first Yugoslav jet to be mass-produced. Production of this training, reconnaissance and ground combat aircraft began in 1965 and was initially planned only for the Yugoslav Air Force.

However, export models were later developed for Libya and Zambia. In total, 248 units of the two-seater gull were built by Soko in present-day Bosnia Herzegovina.

The straight wing sections and the wheel suspensions attached to them are characteristic. They ensure a controlled touchdown on unpaved runways. In general, the G-2 is considered forgiving in flight and easy to maintain.

At AIRPOWER22, the rare Galeb G-2 can of course also be seen in static display.

SOKO G-2 Galeb

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