By Peter R March
This booklet gains the various forms of gentle airplane to be noticeable, each one illustrated with complete information on pace, strength plant, versions and so on.
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Two side windows. 1 kW) Textron Lycoming 10-360-A1B6 first flew March 1991. Stampe SV-4A1B/Cll . Single-engined two-seat aerobatlc : ' and utility biplane. 96m) Top: Stampe SV-4B. PRM Max cruising speed: 109mph (175km/h) Above: Stampe SV-4C. DJM Accommodation: Two seats In tandem First aircraft flown: 17 May 1933 production: 916 (post-1945) . ' htl swe t lower and upper wings Recognition: Single-engine biplane ~lthl sllg ~n bofh wings. Fixed tail-dragger ~~~~~c~lr~~~~:~~~~~~~db;~:i~:o~ls~;~~sHounded fin and rudder.
67m) Max cruising speed: 198mph (319km/h) Accommodation: Pilot plus threelfive passengers First aircraft flown: 7 November 1962 Production: PA-30 - 2,001; PA-39 - 155 Recognition: Low-wing twin-engined monoplane with retractable tricycle undercarriage. Straight leading wing edge with pronounced fillet at front wing root. Engines mounted high on leading edge of wing. Swept fin and rudder with low-set tapered tailplane. Some models have wingtip fuel tanks. Variants: PA·30 Twin Comanche B - third cabin window on each side and optional fifth/sixth seats.
Fully transparent cockpit canopy. 5kW) Stark Stamo 1400 engine. 38m) Length. 86m) Max cruising speed: 115mph (185km/h) Accommodation: Two side-by-side seats First aircraft flown: 1956 (Druine); May 1961 (Rollason) Production: 51 by Rollason Recognition: Single-engined low-wing monoplane with fixed tailwheel undercarriage. Enclosed side-by~side cockpit. Tapered wings and tailplane with rounded tipS. Upright tailfln and rudder with small dorsal fillet. Cowled engine. 9kW) RollsRoyce Continental 0-240-A engine.