Oeffag O.K.15

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O.K.15
Role Two-seat light monoplane
National origin Austria
Manufacturer SGP (Simmering Graz Pauker AG)
Designer Otto Kauba
First flight 16 July 1956
Number built 1

The O.K.15 was a 1950s Austrian two-seat light aircraft, the first aircraft designed in Austria for 20 years.[1] Designed by Otto Kauba and built at the SGP factory at Wiener Neustadt the O.K.15 was a low-wing monoplane powered by a Walter Minor III piston engine.[1] First flown on 16 July 1956 it was estimated at the time to have a cruise speed of 124 mph.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Air Intelligence: Austria". Flight: 73. 18 January 1957. Retrieved 6 August 2013.