K-9 by K.A.Kalinin

arasol two-seater, intended for sport flights and liaison. For convenient storage wings and tailplane were foldable. Test flights in 1932 revealed that aircraft is oversized and overweight for its 60hp 'Walter' engine.
  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR" by V.B.Shavrov, Vol.1 p.481;
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  • Technical data
    Type K-9
    Function Sport, Liaison
    Year 1932
    Crew 1
    Engines 60hp 'Walter'
    Length 6.9m
    Wingspan 10.0m
    Wing area 16.0m2
    Empty weight 550kg
    Loaded weight 770kg
    Wing load 48kg/m2
    Power load 12.8kg/hp
    Speed at 0m 120km/h
    Landing Speed 60km/h
    Flight Endurance 3.0h
    Fuel+Oil 60kg
    Seats 1
    Created February 25, 1996
    by Alexandre Savine
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