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Aero A.11





Specifications

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attack/observation
two
Walter in-line 6
240 hp
2,380 lbs.
3,400 lbs.
3 - 7.7 mm
440 lbs.
27' 0"
43' 0"
120 mph
150 mph
750 fpm
25,000 feet
465 miles
4/19/25
1925




The Aero A.11 was produced in Czechslovakia by Aero Vodochody after World War I. It was a military utility aircraft that was used primarily for attack and observation.

The Czech Aero A.11 was powered by a Walter W IV in-line 6 cylinder engine, designed for high altitude use, producing 240 h.p.

Eight Aero A.11 aircraft were exported to Finland. They were equipped with a Hispano-Suiza 8FB V-8 engine that produced 300 h.p.

Some 250 Aero A.11 aircraft were produced. A number saw action at the beginning of World War II.

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