Main Menu

Aeroplanes DAR DAR-21

dar21
DAR-21


The DAR-21 is a two-seat aircraft using a wide range of engines from the two stroke Rotax 582 series of 65 hp to the 4 cylinder 4 stroke Jabiru 2200 of 80 hp. Aluminium alloys 1050, 2024, 3105 and 6061 are the basic building materials of the DAR-21 airplane.


DAR-21 S is based on 2024 and 6061 aluminum alloys.


DAR21 Tropic is based on using the soft 1050 and 3105 aluminum alloys. These materials are softer, but with better anti-corrosion quality.
The welded metal parts are made of lowcarbonic structure steel 4130, while turnery and milling parts are made of structure steel 4340.


The cabin is fully closed, with tandem seating. There is only one door on the right side giving access both to seats and cargo sector. All necessary navigation and engine control instruments are set in one panel. The controls are dual and allow piloting from front or rear seats.
The DAR-21S is a little bit bigger than DAR-21.


2009 Pricing Ex-work:
Complete airplanes:
DAR-21 with Rorax 912 - 31500 EUR
DAR-21 with Jabiru 2200 - 31450 EUR
DAR-21 kit without engine, prop and instruments - 20700 EUR
Complete DAR-21 S with Rotax 582, 30840 EUR HT & 36885 EUR TTC
DAR-21 S with ROTAX 912, 38225 EUR HT & 45717 EUR TTC

dar21s
DAR-21S


DAR-21

Stall: 32 kt / 37 mph / 60 kmh         
Cruise: 86 kt / 99 mph / 160 kmh
VNE: 113 kt / 130 mph / 210 kmh     
Empty Weight: 230 kg / 507 lb
MTOW Weight: 450 kg / 992 lb             
Climb Ratio: 800 fpm / 4 m/s
Glide Ratio: 10
Take-off distance (50ft obstacle): 660 ft / 200 m
Landing distance (50ft obstacle): 490 ft / 150 m

DAR-21 S
Stall: 35 kt / 40 mph / 65 kmh         
Cruise: 81 kt / 93 mph / 150 kmh
VNE: 108 kt / 124 mph / 200 kmh     
Empty Weight: 280 kg / 617 lbs
MTOW: 500 kg / 1102 lb            
Climb Rate: 1000 fpm / 5 m/s
Glide Ratio: 10
Take-off distance (50ft obstacle): 490 ft / 150 m
Landing distance (50ft obstacle): 490 ft / 150 m

 

 

 


Copyright © 2017 all-aero. All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU General Public License.