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| ENGINE||1 x 38hp Blackburne Thrush|
| Take-off weight||477 kg||1052 lb|
| Empty weight||275 kg||606 lb|
| Wingspan||9.17 m||30 ft 1 in|
| Length||7.32 m||24 ft 0 in|
| Height||2.74 m||9 ft 0 in|
| Wing area||22.85 m2||245.96 sq ft|
| Max. speed||121 km/h||75 mph|
|A three-view drawing (900 x 757)|
|D Belcher, dbelcher07=gmail.com, 02.09.2011|
I also have a 1/12th flying scale-model that was based on a free-flight plan but I redesigned the structure to take the higher loadings of electric-power, miniature radio gear and aerobatics, with fully functional controls including flapperons. It is a real treat to watch in flight and I get a kick out of keeping a bit of history alive, even if it is only in miniature.
|B Hanshaw, 31.05.2011|
I have built a one inch to foot flying model of the. Avro avis. Model has been flying in scale contest for five years flys very well
|Julius Vi, 16.05.2010|
You can measure it in the drawing. If you would like to make a model for this, just take it's diameter as 1.594m, o 1.6m :)
I think that accuracy would be enough
|James Sheridan, james.sheridan=ntlworld.com, 24.01.2010|
Would you know the diameter of the prop on this aircraft ?
Do you have any comments about this aircraft ?