The K-5, which was Kalinin's out- standing design, had an enclosed two- seat crew cabin forward of the wing leading edge and an eight-seat passenger cabin. Production was an impressive 260, terminating in 1934, and installed powerplants included the 335kW M-15 (Bristol Jupiter built under licence), 358kW M-22 introduced in 1931, and the M-17F of 544kW in final series aircraft. Widely used on passenger services within the Soviet Union, some K-5s were still flying in 1940 .
| ENGINE||1 x M-22, 355kW|
| Take-off weight||4000 kg||8819 lb|
| Empty weight||2500 kg||5512 lb|
| Wingspan||20.5 m||67 ft 3 in|
| Length||15.9 m||52 ft 2 in|
| Wing area||56.3 m2||606.01 sq ft|
| Max. speed||190 km/h||118 mph|
| Cruise speed||150 km/h||93 mph|
| Ceiling||4500 m||14750 ft|
| Range||800 km||497 miles|
|Jose Jalapeno, 05.02.2013|
hey how come you don't put a video on how to draw the plane in 3d
i like to flying
Do you have any comments about this aircraft ?