Waco Vela II
A four seat development of the SA.202 Bravo, design of the S.205 four-seat all-metal light monoplane was started in March 1964 and by April of the following year three examples had been completed. Each had a 134kW Lycoming engine fitted, but a wide range of versions subsequently became available with different engines and equipment.
The S205/22R was never a trainer. It was the retractable version of the 205 with a franklin engine. We also had a 205R which was the same airplane with a Lycoming. The left door was a factory option.
Waco Aircraft Co  was founded in 1966 to build Savoia-Marchetti S.205 (as Waco Vela II and Sirius) plus turbosupercharged Taurus derivative.
Max take-off weight: 1350 kg / 2976 lb
Empty weight: 750 kg / 1653 lb
Wingspan: 10.86 m / 36 ft 8 in
Length: 8 m / 26 ft 3 in
Height: 2.89 m / 10 ft 6 in
Wing area: 16.09 sq.m / 173.19 sq ft
Max. speed: 295 km/h / 183 mph
Ceiling: 6200 m / 20350 ft
Range: 1325 km / 823 miles
Engine: Franklinm 220 hp