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Aero Boero AB.180

ab180sp


The 180 horsepower, 4 seat AB 180 (O-360 Lycoming) first flew on 12 March 1959 and is capable of a 131 mph cruise over a range of 733 miles. It was produced in the AB 180 AG agricultural, PSA military pre-selection and RVR glider-towing forms.
An unorthodox variant of the most powerful of the Argentinian lightplane series is the 180SP, an Ag version, which has two additional lower wings.

 

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AB 180 Condor
 
Variants:
 
AB 180
Initial 4 seat variant
Engine: Lycoming O-360-A1A
Wingspan: 35 ft 1 in / 10.70 m
Also produced as 3 seater; wingspan 34 ft 2.25 in / 10.42 m
 
AB 180 RV
3 seat version first flown 1972
Recontoured fuselage, sweptback fin & rudder, extra fuel
Engine: Lycoming O-360-A1A, 180 hp
Wingspan: 35 ft 2 in / 10.72 m
Length OA: 23 ft 10.25 in / 7.273 m
Empty weight equipped: 1212 lb / 550 kg
MTOW: 1860 lb / 844 kg
Max cruise SL: 114 kt / 131 mph / 211 kph
ROC SL: 1180 ft (360m) / min
Service ceiling: 22,000 ft / 6700 m
Range max fuel: 429 nm / 495 miles / 800 km
Seats: 3
 
AB 180 RVR
3 seat version first flown 1972
Wingspan: 35 ft 2 in / 10.72 m
Recontoured fuselage, sweptback fin & rudder, extra fuel
Glider tow hook
 
AB 180 Condor
High altitude version of AB 180 RV
Modified wing tips
Optional turbocharger
Pilot & passenger or 220 lb / 100 kg under fuselage cargo pack

 

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