Morane-Saulnier AR / MS.35
1915
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Morane-Saulnier AR / MS.35

First flown in 1915, the AR was a two-seat parasol-wing monoplane constructed largely of wood with fabric covering. About 400 were built after World War I (when it was known as the MS.35), mainly as intermediate trainers in three principal versions: MS.35R with a 59.6kW Le Rhone 9c rotary engine; MS.35A with an Anzani engine; and MS.35C with a Clerget 9B engine. The MS.35EP2 served with French Aeronautique Militaire 'Ecoles de Pilotage' up to 1929. Other military users were Poland (60), Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Guatemala, Romania, Soviet Union (30) and Turkey. A number also went to civil users.

Morane-Saulnier AR / MS.35


Specification 
 CREW2
 ENGINE1 x G+R, 59kW
 WEIGHTS
    Take-off weight700 kg1543 lb
    Empty weight450 kg992 lb
 DIMENSIONS
    Wingspan10.6 m35 ft 9 in
    Length6.8 m22 ft 4 in
    Height3.6 m12 ft 10 in
    Wing area18.0 m2193.75 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
    Max. speed135 km/h84 mph
    Cruise speed120 km/h75 mph
    Ceiling4600 m15100 ft

Comments
edward reiher, 30.05.2015

Such a pretty plane(at least I think so) that I have decided to build a flying scale model of it.

Oscar Ramirez A, 08.01.2009

Mexico also used this type of airplane in 1923.

REBLING, 06.07.2008

you could use the pic for free... they have always stolen many photographers here,without their own approbation

Pritika Ghura, 29.01.2007

Sir

I am working for Q2A, company that makes children's books for publishers in the UK and US. We are currently working on a book on first world war and need images of Morane Sauliner used in first world war.However, we are having trouble sourcing photographs of the same.We would like to ask your permission and know if you could give us a high-res photograph of the same.

Thanks

Pritika Ghura
Art Editor
Q2A Media

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