Aero A.24

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The Aero A.24 was a twin-engined biplane bomber aircraft of the 1920s. Flight tests showed it to be severely underpowered, making it useless as a combat aircraft. Only a single prototype was built.

Aero proposed a variant designated the A.27 that was to have overcome the A.24's shortcomings by re-engining the design with Bristol Jupiters, but the Czech Air Force was not interested in pursuing this option, and all development ceased.

Specifications (A.24)[edit]

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General characteristics

Performance

Armament

up to 1,000 kg (2,200 lb) of bombs

See also[edit]

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