Tachikawa Aircraft

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Tachikawa KKY Tachikawa KKY


Designed for use as a primary or intermediate trainer (role change being achieved by the ...

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Tachikawa Ki-9 "SPRUCE"

1935

Tachikawa Ki-9 "SPRUCE"

Tachikawa Ki-17 "CEDAR" Tachikawa Ki-17 "CEDAR"

1935

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First flown in prototype form on 20 April 1938, the Tachikawa Ki-36 was a cantilever low-wing monoplane ...

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Tachikawa Ki-36 "IDA"

1938

Tachikawa Ki-36 "IDA"

Tachikawa Ki-55 Tachikawa Ki-55

1939

The handling characteristics and reliability of the Ki-36 made the army realize that it was ideal for ...

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Designed as an advanced trainer/crew trainer, the Tachikawa Ki-54 was flown in prototype form during ...

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Tachikawa Ki-54

1940

Tachikawa Ki-54

Tachikawa Ki-77 Tachikawa Ki-77

1942

The A-26, later redesignated Ki-77, was a long-distance record aircraft with a remarkably slim fuselage ...

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The Ki-70 was a twin-engined high-speed reconnaissance monoplane intended to replace the Ki-46. The first ...

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Tachikawa Ki-70 "CLARA"

1943

Tachikawa Ki-70 "CLARA"

Tachikawa Ki-94-I Tachikawa Ki-94-I

1943

Mockup only.

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From 1937 Tachikawa produced a number of interesting designs which did not go into series ...

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Tachikawa Ki-74 "PATSY"

1944

Tachikawa Ki-74 "PATSY"

Tachikawa Ki-94-II Tachikawa Ki-94-II

1945

The Ki-94-ll pressurised single-seat fighter, with a 1790kW Nakajima Ha-44 radial engine, was completed in ...

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On 8 September 1943, instructions were issued to redesign the Nakajima Ki-84 Hayate all-metal single-seat ...

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Tachikawa Ki-106

1945

Tachikawa Ki-106

Tachikawa R-52 Tachikawa R-52

1952



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