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A41 Factory / Aircraft Repair Company A-41 VNS-41
The VNS-41 is the first amphibious microlight aircraft made in Vietnam. The A41 Factory (officially Aircraft Repair Company A-41) under the Air Force and Air Defense Department (Ministry of Defense) manufactured the aircraft based on the Russian Che-22 Korvet design by Boris Chernov and E.Yungerov. A Che-22 was acquired by Vietnam in the late 1990s from the Philippines.
Technicians began developing the VNS-41 in June 2003. Its entire hull, tail and middle wing are made of high-quality composite materials. The proportion of locally-made parts in the hydroplanes is 70 percent.
On September 12, 2005, the prototype took off for its testing before being produced for the market. The selling price was to be less than 2 billion Vietnamese dong (some 126,000 US dollar) per unit.
The A41 Factory under the Air force and Air Defense Department has just produced three hydroplanes. The VNS-41 was to be initially be used in forestry (forest patrol) and agriculture but will also be marketed for sport, travel and commercial applications.
The first amphibious microlight aircraft made in Vietnam is preserved at the "Bao Tang Phong Khong - Khong Quan", the Vietnam Air Force Museum
Engines: 2 x Rotax 582, 65 hp
Wingspan: 11.65 m (38 ft 3 in)
Length: 6.98 m (22 ft 11 in)
Height: 2.535 m (8 ft 3.8 in)
MTOW: 780 kg (1,720 lb)
Fuel capacity: 80-litre (21-gallon)
Speed: 120–135 km/h (75–84 mph)
Endurance: 4 hr
Max range: 300 km (190 mi)
Ceiling: 3,000 m (9,800 ft)
TO run land: 50–70 m (160–230 ft)
TO run water: 200–300 m (660–980 ft)
Fuel burn: 38-44 lt/hr
Seats: 2-3
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