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'''PIK-3b''' is a 1950s Finnish wooden single-seat glider designed by Antti Koskinen. It is a slightly refined version of the earlier [[PIK-3a Kanttikolmonen|PIK-3a]], with new, shallower wing joints and air brakes in place of flaps. PIK-3b flew for the first time on 17 July 1955. Three were built: OH-YKB, OH-YKC and OH-YKD.
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'''PIK-3b''' is a Finnish 1950s wooden glider designed by Antti Koskinen. It is a slightly refined version of the earlier [[PIK-3a Kanttikolmonen|PIK-3a]], with new, shallower wing joints and air brakes in place of flaps. Three were built: OH-YKB, OH-YKC and OH-YKD.
   
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PIK-3b was further upgraded into the [[PIK-3c]] in the late 1950s.
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PIK-3b was further upgraded into the [[PIK-3c]] in late 1950s.
 
[[Category:Gliders]]
 
[[Category:Gliders]]
 
[[Category:Finnish aircraft]]
 
[[Category:Finnish aircraft]]

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