Development of the Yak-25. Only 10 were built. Preserved at the Central Aerodrome Museum at the Frunze Central Airfield/Khodynka, Moscow. The museum closed in 2003 and the aircraft moved on. The site was redeveloped.
It was the only one of the type, built for a competition in 1929. To the Science Museum in 1934 and stored for many years at Wroughton. To the Winton Gallery in the Science Museum in Kensington in 2016.