Praga E-111 / BH-111
A two-seat lower-wing strutted type used by Flying Clubs. The BH-111 had wooden wing and tailpane covered by plywood, and tube framed control surfaces by fabric. The wood-framed fuselage was covered by plywood and fabric. Sheet metal plate cowling. Fixed undercarriage, wooden two-blade propeller.
One built in 1932 for Air Racing with rearwards folded wings.
Engine: de Havilland Gipsy III, 110 hp
Wingspan: 10.5 m
Length: 7. 4 m
Empty weight: 470 kg
Maximum speed: 230 kph
Climb 3000m: 15 min 45 sec