De Havilland D.H.11 Oxford
1920
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De Havilland D.H.11 Oxford

The omly prototype, first flown in January 1920.

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De Havilland D.H.11 OxfordA three-view drawing (640 x 592)


Specification 
 CREW3
 ENGINE2 x 2 x 320hp ABC Dragonfly I 9-cylinder air-cooled radial engines
 WEIGHTS
    Take-off weight3190 kg7033 lb
    Empty weight1864 kg4109 lb
 DIMENSIONS
    Wingspan18.34 m60 ft 2 in
    Length13.79 m45 ft 3 in
    Height4.11 m14 ft 6 in
    Wing area66.80 m2719.03 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
    Max. speed198 km/h123 mph
    Ceiling4420 m14500 ft
 ARMAMENT2 x 7.7mm macine-guns, 4 x 100kg bombs

Comments
Klaatu83, 21.07.2017

Intended as an improved successor to the D.H.10 "Amiens", the D.H.11 was better in every respect except for its' engines. The unreliable ABC Dragonfly engines were a failure. In any case the D.H.11 was not flown until WW-I was over, by which time there was no longer any need for, it anyway.

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