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Hispano HA-1112 Tripala

1951
Hispano Aviación HA-1112 K1L Tripala  
Aircraft on photo: Hispano HA-1112-K1L Tripala  
   
Manufacturer:
Hispano Aviación, Spain
Max speed:
600 km/h
(373 mph)  
Length:
Type:
fighter
Range: 690 km (429 mi)
Span:
Description:
Spanish licence-built verison of the Me-109
Ferry Range:
NA

Height:
  fighter with Hispano Suiza engines
Ceiling: 9.800 m (32.152 ft)
Weight:
First flight: 1951 Climb rate: 28,22 m/s
(5.577 ft/min)  
Number built:
Crew: 1        
8,49 m   
(27 ft 10 in)
9,92 m
(32 ft 7 in)
2,60 m
(8 ft 6 in)
3.200 kg  
(7.055 lb)
65
 
More info / sources:
Engine              1 × Hispano-Suiza 12Z-17 V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 970 kW (1 x 1,300 HP)
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)
   
  Rockets: 2 x 8 x 80 mm (2 x 8 x 3.15 in)    
Wikipedia
Flaps Aviation
Airwar 1946
Fiches

 

 

Hispano HA-1110

1951
Hispano Aviación HA-1110 K1L  
Aircraft on photo: Hispano HA-1110-K1L  
   
Manufacturer:
Hispano Aviación, Spain
Max speed:
600 km/h
(373 mph)  
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA
Span:
Description:
Ha-1112 trainer version with Hispano Suiza
Ferry Range:
NA

Height:
  engine
Ceiling: 9.800 m (32.152 ft)
Weight:
First flight: 1951 Climb rate: 28,22 m/s
(5.577 ft/min)  
Number built:
Crew: 2        
8,49 m   
(27 ft 10 in)
9,92 m
(32 ft 7 in)
2,60 m
(8 ft 6 in)
3.200 kg  
(7.055 lb)
1
 
   
Engine              1 × Hispano-Suiza 12Z-17 V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine                                
More info/ sources: 
Power:    1 x 970 kW (1 x 1,300 HP)
Wikipedia
Armament: NA
Airwar 1946

Flaps Aviation
Fisches

 

 

Hispano HA-1112 Buchon

1954
 
Aircraft on photo: Hispano HA-1112-M1L Buchon
 
   
Manufacturer:
Hispano Aviación, Spain
Max speed:
665 km/h
(413 mph)  
Length:
Type:
fighter
Range: 765 km
(475 mi)
Span:
Description:
reengined Ha-1112 with Rolls-Royce Merlin
Ferry Range:
NA

Height:
  engine
Ceiling: 10.200 m (33.465 ft)    
Weight:
First flight: 1954 Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Crew: 1        
8,49 m   
(27 ft 10 in)
9,92 m
(32 ft 7 in)
2,60 m
(8 ft 6 in)
3.330 kg  
(7.341 lb)
172
 
More info / sources:
Engine              1 × Rolls-Royce Merlin 500/45 V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.193 kW (1 x 1.600 HP)
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)
   
  Rockets: 2 x 8 x 80 mm (2 x 8 x 3.15 in)    
Wikipedia
Airwar 1946
Flaps Aviation
Aviation Technomuses

 

 

Hispano HA-1112 M4L

1954
Hispano HA-1112-M4L  
Aircraft on photo: Hispano HA-1112-M4L  
   
Manufacturer:
Hispano Aviación, Spain
Max speed:
665 km/h
(413 mph)  
Length:
Type:
fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Ha-1112 trainer version with Rolls-Royce Merlin
Ferry Range:
NA

Height:
  engine
Ceiling: 10.200 m (33.465 ft)
Weight:
First flight: 1954 Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Crew: 2        
8,49 m   
(27 ft 10 in)
9,92 m
(32 ft 7 in)
2,60 m
(8 ft 6 in)
3.330 kg  
(7.341 lb)
2
 
More info / sources:
Engine              1 × Rolls-Royce Merlin 500/45 V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.193 kW (1 x 1.600 HP)
                          
Armament: NA
   
Wikipedia
Flaps Aviation
FHMS

 

 

Hispano Aviacion P.300

1959
Hispano Aviacion P.300  
Aircraft on photo: Hispano Aviacion P.300                                                           Photo source: Fundacionhelice.com  
   
Manufacturer:
Hispano Aviación, Spain
Max speed:
250 km/h
(155 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype glider
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
glider aerodynamic test vehicle for projected
Ferry Range:
NA

Height:
  HA.300 supersonic fighter
Ceiling: NA
Empty weight:
First flight: 1959 Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Crew: 1        
10,20 m   
(33 ft 6 in)
6,15 m
(20 ft 2 in)
3,26 m
(10 ft 8 in)
1.250 kg
(2.755 lb)
1
 
More info / sources:
Engine              none  
  
Thrust:  
none                           
Armament: none
   
Fundacion Helice
Aviastar
1000 Aircraft Photos

 

 

Saab J 21R                                                                                                       

      1947
Saab-DoFlug-AIDC-Soko
Aircraft on photo: Saab J 21R                                                                                                     Photo source: Internet  
   
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden
Max speed:
800 km/h
(497 mph)    
Length:
Type:
fighter
Range: 720 km
(450 mi)
Span:
Description:
twin-boom fighter/attack aircraft converted
Ferry range:
900 km
(560 mi)
Height:
  from piston-powered Saab J21 & first Swedish jet
Ceiling: 12.000 m
(39.400 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1947  Climb rate: NA

Numb. built:
Crew: 1       
 
10,45 m     
(34 ft 3 in)
11,37 m
(37 ft 4 in)
2,90 m m
(9 ft 8 in)
5.615 kg  
(12.380 lb) 
64
 
   
Engine:               1 × de Havilland Goblin 2 turbojet
 
Thrust:    1 x 13,8 kN (3.100 lbf)
                        
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in)
 
            4 x 13,2 mm (4 x 0.52 in)
 
  Rockets: 10 x 100 mm or 10 x 80 mm or 5 x 180 mm  
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Airvectors
Hrvatski vojnik
 

 

 

Saab J 29 Tunnan

      1948
Saab 29  
Aircraft on photo: Saab J 29F Tunnan                                                                       Photo source: Eric261.tripod.com  
Data for: Saab J 29F Tunnan    
 
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden
Max speed:
1.060 km/h
(660 mph)    
Length:
Type:
fighter
Range: 1.100 km
(685 mi)
Span:
Description:
first Swedish jet fighter that has entered into
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  mass production
Ceiling: 15.500 m
(50.850 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1948 Climb rate: 32,1 m/s
(6.320 ft/min)   
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
11,0 m     
(36 ft 1 in)
10,23 m
(33 ft 7 in)
3,75 m
(12 ft 4 in)
8.375 kg  
(18.465 lb) 
661
 
More info / sources:
Engine:               1 × Volvo Aero RM2B turbojet
 
Thrust:    1 x 27 kN (6.070 lbf)
                        
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
 
  Rockets, missiles  
Wikipedia
SAAB
Million Monkey Theater
WW2 Aircraft


 

Saab J 32 Lansen

      1952
 
Aircraft on photo: Saab J 32D Lansen  
Data for: Saab J 32B Lansen     
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
1.200 km/h
(745 mph)     
Length:
Type:
fighter
Range: 2.000 km
(1.240 mi)
Span:
Description:
two-seat, high transsonic fighter and
Ferry range:
3.220 km
(2.000 mi)
Height:
  attack aircraft produced by SAAB from  Ceiling: 15.000 m
(49.200 ft)
Max weight:
  1955 to 1960 for the Swedish Air Force Climb rate: 100 m/s
(19.685 ft/min)  
Number built:
First flight: 1952 Crew: 2   
 
14,94 m     
(49 ft 0 in)
13,00 m
(42 ft 8 in)
4,65 m
(15 ft 3 in)
13.500 kg  
(29.760 lb) 
450
 
   
Engine:               1 × Svenska Flygmotor RM 6A afterburning turbojet
 
Thrust:    1 x 47,0 kN (10.560 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 65,3 kN (14.685 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
 
  Rockets: 4 x 75 mm (4 x 2.95 in)
 
  Missiles: 4 x air-to-air  
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Fighter Planes
Hiytory Wars Weapons
Military Factory
Airvectors

 

 

Saab 210A Lilldraken

      1952
SAAB 210A  
Aircraft on photo: Saab 210A Lilldraken                                                                                         Photo source: Saab  
   
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
644 km/h
(400 mph)     
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: 280 km
(174 mi)
Span:
Description:
double delta wing 70% scale demonstrator
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  of the future Saab J35 Draken, first version
Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  with air inlets in the nose Climb rate: 11 m/s
(2.165 ft/min)   
Number built:
First flight: 1952 Crew: 1 More 
info / sources:
8,80 m     
(28 ft 10 in)
6,35 m
(20 ft 10 in)
2,78 m
(9 ft 1 in)
1.775 kg  
(3.913 lb) 
1
 
Mini Jets
 
Engine:               1 × Armstrong Siddeley Adder turbojet
 
Thrust:    1 x 4,67 kN (1.050 lbf)
                        
Armament: none
 
Wikipedia
Aircraft Information
SAAB

 

 

Saab 210B Lilldraken

      1952
SAAB 210B  
Aircraft on photo: Saab 210B Lilldraken                                                                Photo source: Fantastic-Plastic.net  
   
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
644 km/h
(400 mph)     
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: 280 km
(174 mi)
Span:
Description:
modified Saab 210 with side air inlets as in
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  future Saab J35 Draken
Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
First flight: 1952 Climb rate: 11 m/s
(2.165 ft/min)  
Number built:
Crew: 1     More 
info / sources:
9,12 m     
(29 ft 11 in)
6,35 m
(20 ft 10 in)
2,78 m
(9 ft 1 in)
1.775 kg  
(3.913 lb) 
1
 
Mini Jets
 
Engine:               1 × Armstrong Siddeley Adder turbojet
 
Thrust:    1 x 4,67 kN (1.050 lbf)
                        
Armament: none
 
Wikipedia
Aircraft Information
Aviastar

 

 

Saab J 35 Draken prototype

      1955
Saab J35 prototypes  
Aircraft on photo: Saab J 35 Draken prototype  
   
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
Mach 1,8
    
Length (w.boom):
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: NA

Length (w.out boom):
Description:
Saab Draken prototype with long instrumental
Ferry range:
NA

       Span:
  boom, short tail and no tail wheel
Ceiling: NA

       Height:
First flight: 1955 Climb rate: NA  
       Max weight:
Crew: 1       
       Number built:
15,9 m     
(52 ft 3 in)
13,6 m
(44 ft 7 in)
9,42 m
(30 ft 10 in)
3,87 m  
(12 ft 8 in) 
NA
 
3  
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Avon Mk46                                                                              
More info / sources:
Thrust:    NA
Aircraft Information
Armament: NA
Faqs

Hoxity
Wikipedia

 

 

Saab J 35A Draken short

      1958
Saab J35A short  
Aircraft on photo: Saab J 35A Draken short (in foreground)                                                    Photo source: Wikipedia  
Data for: Saab J 35A Draken short     
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
1.900 km/h
(1.200 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter aircraft
Range: 1.100 km
(685 mi)
Span:
Description:
initial Draken version with short tail and
Ferry range:
1.600 km
(1.000 mi)
Height:
  with tailskid instead of tail wheel
Ceiling: 16.000 m
(52.495 ft)
Take off weight:
First flight: 1958 Climb rate: NA
  
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
15,2 m     
(49 ft 11 in)
9,42 m
(30 ft 10 in)
3,87 m  
(12 ft 8 in) 
10.089 kg   
(22.200 lb)
66  
More info / sources:
Engine:               1 × Volvo Flygmotor RM 6B afterburning turbojet
 
Thrust:    1 x 47,15 kN (1 x 10.600 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 66,72 kN (1 x 15.000 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 1.700 kg (3.748 lb)
 
  Hardpoints: 3  
Wikipedia
Aef.se
X-Plane
Aircraft Information
Flickr
Faqs

 

 

Saab J 35 Draken

      1958
 
Aircraft on photo: Saab J 35J Draken                                                                        Photo source: Eric261.tripod.com  
Data for: Saab J 35F Draken      
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
2.125 km/h
(1.320 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter aircraft
Range: 1.930 km
(1.200 mi)
Span:
Description:
first Swedish Mach 2 figher built as
Ferry range:
3.250 km
(2.020 mi)
Height:
  replacement for Saab 29 and 32,
Ceiling: 19.995 m
(65.600 ft)
Max weight:
  built in large quantity
Climb rate: 175 m/s
(34.450 ft/min)    
Number built:
First flight: 1958 (Saab J 35A)
Crew: 1   
 
15,35 m     
(50 ft 4 in)
9,42 m
(30 ft 10 in)
3,89 m  
(12 ft 9 in) 
16.000 kg
(35.273 lb)
 644  (total
Draken)
   
Engine:                1 × Volvo Flygmotor RM 6C afterburning turbojet 
 
Thrust:    1 x 56,5 kN (1 x 12.787 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 78,4 kN (1 x 17.637 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.900 kg (6.393 lb)
 
  Hardpoints: 9  
More info / sources:
Faqs
Wikipedia
Airwar
Airvectors
Fas


 

Saab SK 35 Draken

      1959
Saab Sk 35C Draken  
Aircraft on photo: Saab SK 35C Draken                                                                                     Photo source: Internet  
Data for: Saab SK 35C Draken      
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
2.011 km/h
(1.250 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: 780 km
(485 mi)
Span:
Description:
Draken trainer version built from
Ferry range:
2.100 km
(1.305 mi)
Height:
  Saab J 35A short airframes
Ceiling: 16.000 m
(52.495 ft)
Take off weight:
First flight: 1959 Climb rate: NA
  
Number built:
Crew: 2       
 
15,2 m     
(49 ft 11 in)
9,42 m
(30 ft 10 in)
3,87 m  
(12 ft 8 in) 
10.089 kg  
(22.200 lb)
26  
   
Engine:                1 × Volvo Flygmotor RM 6B afterburning turbojet
 
Thrust:    1 x 47,15 kN (1 x 10.600 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 66,72 kN (1 x 15.000 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Hardpoints capacity: 1.700 kg (3.748 lb)
 
  Hardpoints: 3  
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Aircraft Information
Airvectors


 

Saab AJ 37 Viggen

      1967
 
Aircraft on photo: Saab AJ 37 Viggen  
Data for: Saab AJ 37 Viggen     
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
2.195 km/h
(1.364 mph)   
Length:
Type:
ground-attack fighter aircraft
Range: 2.150 km
(1.335 mi)
Span:
Description:
Swedish single-seat, single-engine, short- Ferry range:
3.000 km
(1.865 mi)
Height:
  -medium range fighter and attack aircraft
Ceiling: 18.300 m
(60.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1967 Climb rate: 192 m/s
(37.795 ft/min)  
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
16,30 m     
(53 ft 6 in)
10,60 m
(34 ft 9 in)
5,80 m  
(19 ft 0 in) 
20.450 kg
(45.085 lb)
 329  (total
Viggen)
   
Engine:               1 × Volvo RM8A afterburning turbofan 
 
Thrust:    1 x 65,7 kN (1 x 14.770 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 117,6 kN (1 x 26.015 lbf) with afterburner  
Source:
Armament: Guns: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)
Modern Military Aircraft, Jim Winchester,
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.000 kg (13.200 lb)
Grange Books, 2004
  Hardpoints: 7 (4 x under wing + 3 x under fuselage)             
 
More info / sources:
Airwar
Wikipedia
Aviastar
SAAB
 

 

 

Saab SK 37 Viggen

      1970
 
Aircraft on photo: Saab SK 37E Viggen  
Data for: Saab SK 37E Viggen     
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
2.135 km/h
(1.320 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Saab 37 Viggen trainer with separate  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  cockpits for the crew Ceiling: 18.300 m
(60.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1970 Climb rate: 192 m/s
(37.795 ft/min)   
Number built:
Crew: 2       
 
16,15 m     
(53 ft 0 in)
10,60 m
(34 ft 9 in)
5,90 m  
(19 ft 4 in) 
20.500 kg
(45.195 lb)
17
 
   
Engine:                1 × Volvo RM8A afterburning turbofan 
Source: 
Thrust:    1 x 65,7 kN (1 x 14.770 lbf) dry thrust
Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation, 1993
  1 x 117,6 kN (1 x 26.015 lbf) with afterburner  
 
Armament: Guns: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.000 kg (13.200 lb)
 
  Hardpoints: 7 (4 x under wing + 3 x under fuselage)                 
 
More info / sources:
Airvectors
SAAB
Avrosys
Airwar
 


 

Saab JA 37 Viggen

      1974
Saab JA37DI Viggen  
Aircraft on photo: Saab JA 37Di Viggen  
Data for: Saab JA 37 Viggen     
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
2.231 km/h
(1.386 mph)
Length:
Type:
interceptor fighter & ground-attack aircraft
Combat range: 1.000 km
(621 mi)
Span:
Description:
short-medium range fighter & interceptor Range:
2.000 km
(1.242 mi)
Height:
  aircraft with secondary attacker role, Ceiling: 18.000 m
(59.100 ft)
Max weight:
  slightly longer and higher then AJ 37 Climb rate: 203 m/s
(40.026 ft/min) 
Numb. built:
First flight: 1974 Crew: 1   
 
16,40 m     
(53 ft 9 in)
10,06 m
(34 ft 9 in)
5,90 m  
(19 ft 4 in) 
20.000 kg
(44.000 lb)
154 (JA 37)
 
   
Engine:               1 × Volvo RM8B afterburning turbofan
 
Thrust:    1 x 72,1 kN (1 x 16.200 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 125 kN (1 x 28.110 lbf) with afterburner
Source:
Armament: Guns: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)
Modern Military Aircraft, Jim Winchester,
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.000 kg (13.200 lb)
Grange Books, 2004
  Hardpoints: 7 (4 x under wing + 3 x under fuselage)               
 
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Aviastar
Fas
Global Aircraft
 

 

 

Saab JAS 39 Gripen

      1988
 
Aircraft on photo: Saab JAS 39C Gripen  
Data for: Saab JAS 39C Gripen     
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
2.204 km/h
(1.372 mph)   
Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Combat range: 800 km
(500 mi)
Span:
Description:
Swedish lightweight single-engine  Ferry range:
3.200 km
(2.000 mi)
Height:
  multirole fighter of the 4,5th generation Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1988 Climb rate: NA
  
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
14,1 m     
(46 ft 3 in)
8,4 m
(27 ft 7 in)
4,5 m  
(14 ft 9 in) 
14.000 kg  
(31.000 lb)
 235  (total
Gripen, 2012)
   
Engine:               1 × Volvo Aero RM12 afterburning turbofan
 
Thrust:    1 x 54 kN (1 x 12.100 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 80,5 kN (1 x 18.100 lbf) with afterburner 
 
Armament: Guns: 1 x 27 mm (1 x 1.06 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.500 kg (14.330 lb)
 
  Hardpoints: 10 (6 x under wing + 2 x under fuselage + 2 x on wingtips)   
 
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
SAAB
Aeroflight
X-Plane
 

 

 

Saab JAS 39B/D Gripen

      1996
 
Aircraft on photo: Saab JAS 39D Gripen  
Data for: Saab JAS 39D Gripen     
Manufacturer:
Saab, Sweden Max speed:
2.204 km/h
(1.372 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Combat range: 800 km
(500 mi)
Span:
Description:
Gripen combat capable trainer version Ferry range:
3.200 km
(2.000 mi)
Height:
First flight: 1996 Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA
  
Number built:
14,8 m     
(48 ft 5 in)
8,4 m
(27 ft 7 in)
4,5 m  
(14 ft 9 in) 
14.000 kg  
(31.000 lb)
38

Engine:               1 × Volvo Aero RM12 afterburning turbofan
 
Thrust:    1 x 54 kN (1 x 12.100 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 80,5 kN (1 x 18.100 lbf) with afterburner 
 
Armament: Hardpoints capacity: 6.500 kg (14.330 lb)
 
  Hardpoints: 10 (6 x under wing + 2 x under fuselage + 2 x on wingtips)   
 
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Military Aviation
Aeroflight
X-Plane

 

 

DoFlug D-3802

      1948
Doflug D3802  
Aircraft on photo: DoFlug D-3802                                                                         Photo source: Kiwikitbasher's Media   
   
Manufacturer:
Dornier-Werke AG (Doflug), Switzerland Max speed:
629 km/h
(390 mph)     
Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Range: 650 km
(404 mi)
Span:
Description:
Swiss fighter based on French Morane-
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  Saulnier MS406, entered service in 1946 Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
First flight: 1944 Climb rate: NA
  
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
9,31 m     
(30 ft 6.5 in)
10,02 m
(32 ft 10.5 in)
3,34 m  
(10 ft 11.5 in) 
3.904  kg  
(8.607 lb)
12

   
Engine:               
1 x Saurer YS-2 (Нispano-Suiza 12Y)  
 
Power:    1 x 1.250 HP (1 x 932 kW)
 
Armament: Guns: 3 x 20 mm (3 x 0.79 in)

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DoFlug D-3803

      1947
 
Aircraft on photo: DoFlug D-3803  
   
Manufacturer:
Dornier-Werke AG (Doflug), Switzerland Max speed:
680 km/h
(423 mph)    
Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Range: 650 km
(404 mi)
Span:
Description:
D-3802 development with more powerful
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  engine and bubble canopy Ceiling: 12.000 m
(39.370 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1947 Climb rate: NA
  
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
9,33 m     
(30 ft 7 in)
10,02 m
(32 ft 10.5 in)
3,76 m  
(12 ft 4 in) 
3.900  kg  
(8.600 lb)
1

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Engine:                1 x Saurer YS-3
 
Power:    1 x 1.430 HP (1 x 1.066 kW)
                        
Armament: Guns: 3 x 20 mm (3 x 0.79 in)
 
  Bombs and rockets: 200 kg (440 lb)   
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F+W N-20.1 Gleiter

      1949
 
Aircraft on photo: F + W N-20.1 Gleiter (glider)  
   
Manufacturer:
Federal Aircraft Factory (F + W), Switzerland Max speed:
NA
         
Length:
Type:
fighter demonstrator
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
wooden and scaled N.20 glider version built to test Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  the concept, equipped with auxiliary rocket engine Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  enabling it to reach test flight altitude by itself Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
First flight: 1948 Crew: 2   
 
7,53 m     
(25 ft 8 in)
7,56 m
(25 ft 10 in)
2,3 m  
(8 ft 7 in) 
NA  

1

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Engine:                 JATO solid rocket motor
 
Thrust:    NA
                        
Armament: none
 
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F+W N-20.2 Arbalète

      1951
F+W N-20.2 Arbalete  
Aircraft on photo: F + W N-20.2 Arbalète  
   
Manufacturer:
Federal Aircraft Factory (F + W), Switzerland Max speed:
720 km/h
(447 mph)     
Length:
Type:
fighter demonstrator
Range: 250 km
(155 mi)
Span:
Description:
F + W N-20 scaled model similar in size to the
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  glider version but made of metal & jet powered Ceiling: 8.000 m
(26.250 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1951 Climb rate: 5 m/s
(985 ft/min)
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
7,53 m     
(25 ft 8 in)
7,56 m
(25 ft 10 in)
2,3 m  
(8 ft 7 in) 
1.800 kg
(3.968 lb)
1

   
Engine:               4 x Turboméca Piméné turbojets                                                                       
More info / sources:
Thrust:    4 x 0,98 kN (4 x 220 lbf)
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F+W N-20.10 Aiguillon

      1952
 
Aircraft on photo: F + W N-20.10 Aiguillon  
   
Manufacturer:
Federal Aircraft Factory (F + W), Switzerland Max speed:
1.000 km/h
(620 mph)  
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: 1.060 km
(660 mi)
Span:
Description:
four engined tailless fighter aircraft which flew
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  briefly during a taxi test despite the  Ceiling: 16.000 m
(52.500 ft)
Max weight:
  government ban to take off
Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
First flight: 1952 Crew: 1   
 
12,5 m     
(41 ft 0 in)
12,6 m
(41 ft 4 in)
3,13 m  
(10 ft 3 in) 
9.000 kg 
(19.840 lb)
1

   
Engine:               4 × Armstrong Siddeley/EFW Swiss-Mamba SM-1 turbofans                              
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Thrust:    4 x 6,2 kN (4 x 1.400 lbf)
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Armament: Guns: 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)
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FFA P16 Mk I

      1955
FFA P16 Mk I  
Aircraft on photo: FFA P16 Mk I                                                                         Photo source: Million Monkey Theater  
Data for: FFA P-16 Mk I (J-3001)     
Manufacturer:
Flug und Fahrzeugwerke Altenrhein, Switzerland Max speed:
Mach 1
  
Length:
Type:
fighter-bomber
Range: 1.000 km
(620 mi)
Span:
Description:
Swiss second attempt to build jet fighter, canceled
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  before it was introduced into service, wings design Ceiling: 14.000 m
(46.000 ft) 
Max weight:
  was later used for famous Learjet business jets Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
First flight: 1955 Crew: 1 More 
info / sources:
14,24 m     
(46 ft 9 in)
11,15 m
(36 ft 7 in)
4,10 m  
(13 ft 5 in) 
11.700 kg 
(25.795 lb)
5 (total P-16)

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Engine:               1 × Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire ASSa.6 turbojet     
 
Thrust:    1 x 36,92 kN (1 x 8.300 lbf)
Source:                         
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
Rand McNally Encyclopedia of Military Aircraft,
  Bombs: 2.000 kg (4.400 lb) Enzo Angelucci, 1990
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FFA P16 Mk III

      1959
FFA P16 MkIII  
Aircraft on photo: FFA P16 Mk III  
Data for: FFA P-16 Mk III     
Manufacturer:
Flug und Fahrzeugwerke Altenrhein, Switzerland Max speed:
1.118 km/h
(694 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter-bomber
Range: 1.447 km
(899 mi)
Span:
Description:
P-16 version without instrumental boom, with
Ferry range:
2.120 km
(1.317 mi)
Height:
  more powerful engine, financed by FFA itself Ceiling: 14.500 m
(47.570 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1959 Climb rate: 65 m/s
(12.795 ft/min) 
Numb. built:
Crew: 1       
 
14,24 m     
(46 ft 9 in)
11,15 m
(36 ft 7 in)
4,27 m  
(14 ft 0 in) 
11.713 kg 
(25.800 lb)
2

More info / sources:
Engine:              1 × Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire ASSa.7 turbojet 
 
Thrust:    1 x 49,1 kN (1 x 11.000 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 60 kN (1 x 13.490 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.590 kg (5.700 lb)  
  Hardpoints: 4  
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AIDC F-CK-1 Ching-kuo

      1989
AIDC F-CK-1A Ching Kuo  
Aircraft on photo: AIDC F-CK-1A Ching-Kuo
 
Data for: AIDC F-CK-1A Ching-Kuo      
Manufacturer:
Aerospace Industrial Development Corp, Taiwan
Max speed:
2.220 km/h
(1.380 mph)
Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Range: 1.100 km
(680 mi)
Span:
Description:
indigenous Taiwanese Mach 2 fighter develo-
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  ped after USA refused to sell F-20 and F-16 Ceiling: 16.800 m
(55.000 ft) 
Max weight:
  to Taiwan following pressure from China
Climb rate: 254 m/s (50.000 ft/min) Numb. built:
First flight: 1989 Crew: 1   
 
14,21 m     
(46 ft 7 in)
9,46 m
(31 ft 0 in)
4,42 m  
(14 ft 6 in) 
12.000 kg 
(27.000 lb)
 131  (total
F-CK-1)
More info / sources:
Engines:             2 × Honeywell F125-70 turbofans 
 
Thrust:    2 x 27 kN (2 x 6.000 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  2 x 42 kN (2 x 9.500 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in) 
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 3.900 kg  (8.600 b)       
 
  Hardpoints: 9 (3 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings + 2 x on wingtips)  
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AIDC F-CK-1B/D Ching-kuo

      1990
AIDC F-CK-1B Ching Kuo  
Aircraft on photo: AIDC F-CK-1B Ching-Kuo  
Data for: AIDC F-CK-1B Ching-Kuo      
Manufacturer:
Aerospace Industrial Development Corp, Taiwan Max speed:
2.220 km/h
(1.380 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Ching Kuo trainer combat capable version
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  which flew just a year after the single seater Ceiling: 16.800 m
(55.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1990 Climb rate: 254 m/s
(50.000 ft/min)
Number built:
Crew: 2       
 
14,21 m     
(46 ft 7 in)
9,46 m
(31 ft 0 in)
4,42 m  
(14 ft 6 in) 
12.000 kg 
(27.000 lb)
29 (F-CK-1B); 
 2 (F-CK-1D)
 
 
Engines:             2 × Honeywell F125-70 turbofans 
 
Thrust:    2 x 27 kN (2 x 6.000 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  2 x 42 kN (2 x 9.500 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in) 
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 3.900 kg  (8.600 b)       
 
  Hardpoints: 9 (3 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings + 2 x on wingtips)  
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Ikarus S-49A

      1949
Ikarus S-49A  
Aircraft on photo: Ikarus S-49A                                                                                        Photo source: Forum.b92.net  
Data for: Ikarus S-49A     
Manufacturer:
Ikarus, Yugoslavia Max speed:
554 km/h
(344 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter-bomber
Range: 690 km
(430 mi)
Span:
Description:
first Yugoslavian fighter built after WWII having
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  mixed construction and Russian Klimov engine Ceiling: 10.000 m
(32.808 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1949 Climb rate: 17,1 m/s
(3.366 ft/min) 
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
8,43 m     
(27 ft 8 in)
10,30 m
(33 ft 9.5 in)
2,90 m  
(9 ft 6 in) 
2.950 kg 
(6.505 lb)
45 (S-49A) 
 
More info / sources:
Engine:              1 x Klimov M-105  V12 liquid-cooled piston engine
 
Power:    1 x 1.180 HP (1 x 880 kW)
                        
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in) 
 
            2 x 12,7 mm (2 x 0.50 in)   
 
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Ikarus S-49C

      1951
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Aircraft on photo: Ikarus S-49C                                                                                               Photo source: Wikipedia  
Data for: Ikarus S-49C     
Manufacturer:
Ikarus, Yugoslavia Max speed:
628 km/h
(390 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter-bomber
Range: 690 km
(430 mi)
Span:
Description:
all metal S-49 equipped with French engine due
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  to Yugoslavian split with Soviet Union Ceiling: 10.000 m
(32.808 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1951 Climb rate: 14,8 m/s
(2.917 ft/min) 
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
9,06 m     
(29 ft 9 in)
10,30 m
(33 ft 9.5 in)
3,20 m  
(10 ft 6 in) 
3.568 kg 
(7.850 lb)
113 (S-49C)
 
 
 
Engine:               1 × Hispano-Suiza 12Z-17 water cooled V-12 piston engine    
 
Power:    1 x 1.500 HP (1 x 1.104 kW)
                        
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in) 
 
            2 x 12,7 mm (2 x 0.50 in)   
 
  Bombs: 2 x 50 kg (2 x 110 lb) or  
  Rockets: 4 x 127 mm (4 x 5 in)  
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Soko J-22 Orao

      1974
Soko J-22 Orao  
Aircraft on photo: Soko J-22B Orao 2  
Data for: Soko J-22B Orao 2     
Manufacturer:
Soko, Yugoslavia
Max speed:
1.130 km/h
(702 mph)
Length (w.probe):
Type:
strike fighter
Comb. range: 522 km
(324 mi)
Span:
Description:
close support, ground-attack and tactical
Ferry range:
1.320 km
(820 mi)
Height:
  reconnaissance aircraft with secondary  Ceiling: 15.000 m
(49.210 ft)
Max weight:
  capability as low level interceptor built
Climb rate: 89 m/s
(17.520 ft/min) 
Numb. built:
  jointly by Yugoslavia & Romania (IAR-93)
First flight: 1974   
Crew:
14,90 m     
(48 ft 10 in)
9,30 m
(30 ft 6 in)
4,52 m  
(14 ft 10 in) 
11.080 kg 
(24.427 lb)
115 (Orao); 
88 (Vultur)
1
 
Engines:             2 × Orao/Turbomecanica-built Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 633-41 turbojet
 
Thrust:    2 x 17,79 kN (2 x 4.000 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  2 x 22,24 kN (2 x 5.000 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.91 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.800 kg  (6.200 b)
 
  Hardpoints: 5 (1 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings)  
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Soko NJ-22 Orao

      1977
Soko NJ-22 Orao  
Aircraft on photo: Soko NJ-22 Orao  
Data for: Soko NJ-22 Orao     
Manufacturer:
Soko, Yugoslavia Max speed:
1.130 km/h
(702 mph)
Length (w.probe):
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Orao training and reconnaissance version 
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
First flight: 1977 Ceiling: 15.000 m
(49.210 ft)
Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: 89 m/s
(17.520 ft/min)
Number built:
15,38 m     
(50 ft 6 in)
9,30 m
(30 ft 6 in)
4,52 m  
(14 ft 10 in) 
11.080 kg 
(24.427 lb)
30

Engines:             2 × Orao/Turbomecanica-built Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 633-41 turbojet
 
Thrust:    2 x 17,79 kN (2 x 4.000 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  2 x 22,24 kN (2 x 5.000 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.91 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.800 kg  (6.200 b)
 
  Hardpoints: 5 (1 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings)  
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Soko Novi Avion

      1991
 
Aircraft on photo: Soko Novi Avion  
   
Manufacturer:
Soko, Yugoslavia Max speed:
2.000 km/h
(1.243 mph)
Length:
Type:
multirole fighter
Range: 3.765 km
(2.339 mi)
Span:
Description:
Yugoslavian 4th-generation supersonic multi-role
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  combat aircraft of cropped delta-canard wing Ceiling: 17.000 m
(55.775 ft) 
Max weight:
  canceled due to the break-up of Yugoslavia Climb rate: NA
 
Numb. built:
Canceled: 1991 Crew: 1   
 
13,75 m     
(45 ft 1 in)
8,00 m
(26 ft 2 in)
4,87 m  
(15 ft 11 in) 
13.400 kg 
(29.542 lb)
unfinished
prototype
 
 
Engine:               1 × Snecma M88 turbofan    
 
Thrust:    1 x 50,04 kN (1 x 11.250 lbf) dry thrust
                        
  1 x 75,62 kN (1 x 17.000 lbf) with afterburner  
Armament: Guns: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)
 
  Hardpoints capacity: 4.500 kg  (9.920 b)
 
  Hardpoints: 11  
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