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Ikarus 215

Originally designed before the World War II as a Zmaj R-1 the Ikarus 215 (Икарус 215 in Serbian) twin-engine plane, was a Yugoslav light bomber and a training aircraft. It was designed by Dusan Stankov and built at the Ikarus factory in Zemun-Belgrade.
The aircraft was of mixed construction, twin engine, with a crew of two to four. The main landing gear wheels retracted rearwards into the motor housing.
The prototype first flew in 1949. The 215 did not enter production. The prototype was used for training.
Engines: 2 × Ranger, SGV-770C-1, 387.7 kW (519.9 hp)
Propellers: 2-blade
Wingspan: 16.14 m (52 ft 11 in)
Wing area: 29.80 sq.m (320.8 sq ft)
Length: 13.35 m (43 ft 10 in)
Height: 4.03 m (13 ft 3 in)
Empty weight: 4,297 kg (9,473 lb)
Gross weight: 4,685 kg (10,329 lb)
Range: 1,120 km (696 mi; 605 nmi)
Service ceiling: 8,150 m (26,739 ft) 
Crew: 2-4 

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