Blohm & Voss Ha 136

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Ha 136
Role Experimental advanced trainer
National origin Germany
Manufacturer Blohm & Voss
Designer Richard Vogt
First flight 1934
Number built 2

The Blohm & Voss Ha 136 was an experimental, single-seat civil training monoplane manufactured by the German aviation company Blohm & Voss.[1] The aircraft was designed by design team led by Dr. Richard Vogt. The aircraft featured low-wing all-metal construction, and new beam construction to incorporate a new tube spar system. It had a BMW Bramo Sh 14 radial engine with 100 horsepower capacity.

Variants[edit]

Ha 136A
Variant powered by a 160 hp (119 kW) Bramo Sh 14A radial engine, one built
Ha 136B
Variant powered by an Argus As 8R in-line engine, one built

Specifications[edit]

  • Wingspan: 6.6 m
  • Length: 5.5 m
  • Height: 2.0 m
  • Maximum weight: 570 kg

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