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 1929 AIR-3
 AIR-3 ««Pionerskaya Pravda»

early aircraft: AIR-3

General description:

Two-seater sport monoplan with Walter 60 hp engine

On 6 September of 1929 pilot Filin flew on this aircraft 1 700 km (Mineralnie Vodi - Moscow), setting two world records for light aircraft.

Version AIR-3
Wing area 16.5 m2
Flight weight 762 kg
Speed 146 km/h

Three views:

AIR-3, three views

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