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Avro 560

Avro 560
Role Ultralight Monoplane
Manufacturer A.V.Roe and Company Limited
First flight 1923
Introduction 1923
Number built 1

The Avro 560 was a British single-engined ultralight monoplane built by Avro at Hamble Aerodrome.

Design and development

The Avro 560 was designed for the 1924 light aircraft trials for single-seaters at Lympne Aerodrome. The Avro 560 was an ultralight built of wood and fabric construction, it was a cantilever high-wing monoplane. It was powered by a 698 cc (42.6 in³ Blackburne Tomtit engine. The aircraft was flown by Bert Hinkler during the trials held in October 1923; the 560 did well and recorded an average of 63.3 mi (101.9 km) on each Imp gal (4.5 L). The aircraft was evaluated by the Air Ministry after the trials but was not chosen for further production and only one 560 was built.

Operators

 United Kingdom

Specifications

Data from Avro Aircraft since 1908 [1]

General characteristics

Performance


See also

Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era

References

External links

  • British Aircraft Directory
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