The PZL-Okecie PZL-106 AR Kruk is an agricultural aircraft. The Kruk was developed by
"Centrum Naukowo-Produkcynje Samolotow Lekkick - PZL" in Warsaw, Poland, as
a replacement of the widely used Z-37 Cmelaks of the Warsaw Pact Countries. The PZL-106 was flown first in April 1973.
The prototype was powered by an Avo-Lycoming, the production aircraft were fitted with a Russian Schwezow-radial engine.