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Starck A.S.75 Jac


First flown on 23 May 1945, the AS-70 was developed during 1945 as a single-seat light low-wing monoplane aircraft to serve the early postwar needs of French private pilots and aero clubs. It is of mixed welded steel tube and wooden construction with fabric covering, and is fully aerobatic.




A small series of 19 Jacs was constructed by Avions Starck. These were fitted with a range of engines with power outputs of between 45 to 65 hp (34 to 48 kW). Different designations were given to aircraft powered by the various engines.

The Jac proved to be a popular aircraft with private pilots and aero clubs and four examples remained in service in 2009.


Starck AS-70



fitted with 45 hp (34 kW) Salmson 9 Adb radial engine

fitted with 65 hp (48 kW) Walter Mikron II engine

fitted with Salmson 9 ADr radial engine

fitted with a Percy II engine.

fitted with 65 hp (48 kW) Continental A65-8S engine




Starck AS-70
Engine: Salmson 9Adb, 45 hp
Wingspan: 7.40 m
Length: 5.33m
Wing area: 8 sq.m
Empty weight: 202 kg
Maximum weight: 300 Kg
Cruise: 185 km / h
Ceiling: 6200 m
Range: 420 km


Starck AS-75
Engine: 1 × Continental A65-8S, 65 hp (48 kW)
Length: 17 ft 7 in (5.36 m)
Wingspan: 24 ft 3 in (7.39 m)
Wing area: 86 sq ft (8.0 m2)
Height: 5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)
Empty weight: 435 lb (197 kg)
Gross weight: 698 lb (317 kg)
Maximum speed: 126 mph (203 km/h; 109 kn)
Cruise speed: 115 mph (100 kn; 185 km/h)
Range: 320 mi (278 nmi; 515 km)
Crew: one
Capacity: one passenger







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