Main Menu

Korean Air Chang-Gong 91

The Korean Air Chang-Gong 91 (English: Blue Sky 91) is a four-seat single-engined low-wing monoplane designed by the Korea Institute of Aeronautical Technology and built by the Aerospace Division of Korean Air.
Chang-gong-91 (meaning Blue Sky) was the first light plane prototype developed by Korean Air and other collaborative companies as a national policy research project led by the Ministry of Science & Technology.
Three prototypes were developed and the first flight was on 22 November 1991.
Due to low marketability forecast by Korean Air it was not put into production. It is now on static display at the Aviation Pavillion near Jeongseok Airport (RKPD).
Engine: 1 × Lycoming IO-360-A1B6, 149 kW (200 hp)
Wingspan: 10.2 m (33 ft 5 in)
Wing area: 14.86 m2 (160 ft2)
Length: 7.74 m (25 ft 5 in)
Height: 2.7 m (8 ft 10 in)
Empty weight: 839 kg (1850 lb)
Gross weight: 1225 kg (2700 lb)
Fuel Capacity: 210 ltr 
Maximum speed: 339 km/h / 210 mph / 183 kts  
Cruise Speed: 119 kts  
Range: 1500 km / 932 miles / 600 nm  
Take Off Distance: 620 m  
Landing Distance: 270 m  
Absolute Ceiling: 16500 ft 
Service ceiling: 5025 m (16,500 ft)
Maximum Climb Rate: 740 ft/min
Seats: 4

Copyright © 2021 all-aero. All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU General Public License.