WSK Mielec Lim-2, MiG-15 bis 1953. - Tally

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117b Section 1954-09-17

OKB Mikojan MiG-15 bis 1953-01-23

WSK Mielec Lim-2 1954-09-17

Poland

Tally MiG-15 bis, Lim-2

  • MiG-15 bis made by CCCP. About 20 aircraft were delivered. The first plane was delivered on 1953-01-23.
  • MiG-15 bis No. 3046 / 346. The aircraft was used in 28 PLM Słupsk. On 1953-03-05, lieutenant Franciszek Jarecki fled to Bornholm.
  • MiG-15 bis No.? The aircraft was used in 41 PLM Malbork. On 1953-05-25, lieutenant Zdzisław Jaźwiński fled to Bornholm.
  • MiG-15 bis No. 1350086 / SP-GLZ. This aircraft became a reference copy for PZL-Mielec. In 1957, transferred from WSK-Mielec to the Institute of Aviation. The machine was registered on 1958-09-18 and given the civil identification number SP-GLZ. On 1972-11-04, the plane was removed from the register and transferred to the museum in Krakow.
  • Lim-2. The first production series consisted of 21 aircraft. No. 1B 01-001 to 1B 01-021. The first plane was built on 1954-09-17.
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 01-006 / 106. After serving, he was put up for sale. In 2004, it was private property.
  • Lim-2. The second production series consisted of 25 aircraft. No. 1B 02-001 to 1B 02-025.
  • Lim-2. The third production series consisted of 27 aircraft. No. 1B 03-001 to 1B 03-027.
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 03-006 / 306. After serving, he was put up for sale. In 2006, he stood as a monument in Świdnik.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 03-012 / 312. In 1970, it was painted in camouflage.
  • Lim-2. The fourth production series consisted of 27 aircraft. No. 1B 04-001 to 1B 04-027. After the production of this series, the Polish Army had 100 MiG-15 bis, Lim-2 aircraft.
  • Lim-2. The fifth production series consisted of 27 aircraft. No. 1B 05-001 to 1B 05-027.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 05-007 / 507. In 1960, the aircraft carried the Crew Wyborowa sign.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 05-017 / 517. In 1955, he was used in Krzesiny in 62 PSzTLM (fighter training and training regiment).
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 05-018 / 518. In 1955, he was used in Krzesiny in 62 PSzTLM (fighter training and training regiment).
  • Lim-2. The sixth production series had 27 aircraft. No. 1B 06-001 to 1B 06-027.
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 06-002 / 602. After serving, he came to private hands. In 2006, he flew during the Picnic in Góraszka.
  • Lim-2. The seventh production series had 27 aircraft. No. 1B 07-001 to 1B 07-027.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 07-024 / 724. The Lim-2 aircraft was shown to the public for the first time at the First Warsaw Air Show, held at Okęcie on August 26-September 9, 1956.
  • Lim-2. The eighth production series had 27 aircraft. No. 1B 08-001 to 1B 08-027. After completing the production of this series, the Polish Army had over 200 Lim-2 aircraft.
  • Lim-2. The ninth production series consisted of 27 aircraft. No. 1B 09-001 to 1B 09-027.
  • Lim-2. The tenth production series consisted of 27 aircraft. No. 1B 10-001 to 1B 10-027.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 10-012 / 1012. In 1955, the aircraft carried the Crew's mark in 1 PLM.
  • Lim-2. The eleventh production series consisted of 27 aircraft. No. 1B 11-001 to 1B 11-027.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 11-020 / 1120. After serving, he came into private hands to a collector in England (2006).
  • Lim-2. The twelfth production series consisted of 30 aircraft. No. 1B 12-001 to 1B 12-030. After the production of this series, the Polish Army had over 300 Lim-2 aircraft.
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 12-030 / 1230. After serving, he was sent to the Aviation Museum in Krakow (2006).
  • Lim-2. The thirteenth production series consisted of 30 aircraft. No. 1B 13-001 to 1B 13-030.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 13-016 / 1316. In 1955, he was used in Krzesiny in 62 PSzTLM (fighter training and training regiment).
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 13-019 / 1319. In 1955, he was used in Krzesiny in 62 PSzTLM (fighter training and training regiment).
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 13-027 / 1327. The aircraft was used in 26 PLM in Zegrze Pomorskie. On 1956-03-25, lieutenant Zygmunt Gościniak fled him to Bornholm.
  • Lim-2. The fourteenth production series consisted of 30 aircraft. No. 1B 14-001 to 1B 14-030.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 14-015 / 1415. In 1980, the plane served in the Polish Army.
  • Lim-2. The fifteenth production series consisted of 30 aircraft. No. 1B 15-001 to 1B 15-030. After the production of this series, the Polish Army had over 400 Lim-2 aircraft.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 15-027 / 1527. After serving, set up in Andrychów as a monument (2006).
  • Lim-2. The sixteenth production series consisted of 25 aircraft. No. 1B 16-001 to 1B 16-025.
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 16-005 / 1605. After serving, set as a monument in Ksawerów (2006).
  • Lim-2. The seventeenth production series consisted of 25 aircraft. No. 1B 17-001 to 1B 17-025.
  • Lim-2. The eighteenth production series consisted of 25 aircraft. No. 1B 18-001 to 1B 18-025.
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 18-009 / 1809. The aircraft was used in 25 PLM in Babimost. After serving, handed over to the museum.
  • Lim-2. The nineteenth production series consisted of 25 aircraft. No. 1B 19-001 to 1B 19-025. After the production of this series, the Polish Army had over 500 Lim-2 aircraft.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 19-019 / 1919. Used in 31 PLM in Łask. On 1957-11-07, lieutenant Kożuchowski escaped to Sweden.
  • Lim-2 No. 1B 19-025 / 1925. In 1955, he was used in Krzesiny in 62 PSzTLM (fighter training and training regiment).
  • Lim-2. The 20th production series consisted of 21 aircraft. No. 1B 20-001 to 1B 20-021.
  • Lim-2 nr 1B 20-004 / 2004. After serving as a monument in Łask (2006).

On 1956-11-23, production of Lim-2 aircraft at WSK PZL-Mielec was completed. 530 Lim-2 aircraft were built. Other sources indicate the number of 496 Lim-2 aircraft. This difference may be due to the number of contracted and built aircraft. It should be remembered that production of Lim-5 aircraft has already been prepared in WSK PZL-Mielec.

The versions of aircraft marked Lim-2 R are planes which had a camera installed in place of the N-37 cannon.

Written by Karol Placha Hetman