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OMAREAL Casmuniz 52
Cassio Minuz Casmuniz 52



Designed to operate from small airfields, the Casmuniz 52 sive-seat cabin monoplane is the first all-metal twin designed in Brazil.
The prototype was designed and completed in 1952 by Cassio Minuz S.A. of Sao Paulo, and eighty per cent of the skin is made of uniformed or single-curvature aluminium sheet panels to facilitate replacement in any locality of limited resources. It was first flown in April 1952.
Oficina de Manutenco e Recuperaceo de Avioes Ltda, the Brazilian maintenance and overhaul facility based at Sao Paulo, acquired manufacturing rights to the Casmuniz 52 and sole prototype in 1955. OMAREAL took over the flight testing of the sole prototype, but no production ensued.
Engine: 2 x Continental E185, 185 hp
Max speed: 200 mph
Cruise: 165 mph
Range: 700 mi
Seats: 4-5


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