Kinner Sportwing

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Role Light monoplane
Manufacturer Kinner Airplane & Motor Corporation
Designer Max B. Harlow, Robert Porter
First flight 1933

The Kinner Sportwing was a 1930s American light monoplane built by Kinner Airplane & Motor Corporation.

Design and development[edit]

The Sportwing was an improved version of the companies earlier Sportster designed by Max Harlow.[1] An enlarged four-seat version was produced in 1935 as the Kinner Envoy. Kinner became bankrupt in 1937 and rights to the Sportwing were acquired by the Timm Aircraft Company.


Sportwing B-2
Powered by a 125hp 93kw Kinner B-5 engine.
Sportster B-2R
Powered by a 160hp 119kw Kinner R-5 engine.

Specifications (B-2)[edit]

General characteristics

  • Crew: One
  • Powerplant: 1 × Kinner B-5, 125 kW (93 hp)



  1. ^ Jouhn Underwood (Winter 1969). "The Quiet Professor". Air Progress Sport Aircraft. 
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Part Work 1982-1985). Orbis Publishing. 

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