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PZL Warszawa-Okecie PZL-101 Gawron

pzl-101


The PZL 101 was developed from the Yak-12M, which was licence-produced in Poland. The first prototype flew on 15 April 1958. Series production started in 1960.

 

Three basic versions were built; agricultural, ambulance and utility, with equipment according to role. All are designated PZL-101A.
 
 PZL-101A-01
 
Late production aircraft have laminar-flow wingtips instead of the original type fitted with endplates.

 

By 1968 a total of 325 Gawrons were built including 143 for export.

Production ceased in 1973 after more than 330 had been built. 

 

PZL-101A
PZL-Okecie PZL-101A Gawron

 

Engine: 1 x Ivchenko AI-14R radial, 260hp
Wingspan endplate tips: 12.68 m / 41 ft 7.5 in
Wingspan laminar tips: 13.03 m / 42 ft 9 in
Length: 9.0 m / 30 ft 6 in
Height: 3.12 m / 10 ft 3 in
Max take-off weight: 1660 kg / 3660 lb
Empty weight ag: 1025 kg / 2260 lb
Empty weight ambulance: 1068 kg / 2354 ln
Max. speed: 180 km/h / 112 mph
Cruise speed ag: 130 km/h / 81 mph / 70 kt
ROC ag: 162 m/min / 530 fpm
Service ceiling ag: 3280 m / 11,100 ft
Range int/fuel ag: 660 km / 410 miles / 356 nm
Range ext/fuel ag: 1140 km / 708 miles / 614 nm
Cabin volume: 2.55 cu.m / 90 cu.ft
Capacity: 4 seats / 500 kg / 1100 lb / 175 Imp.G / 800 lt / 660 lb / 300 kg
 
 PZL-101A-02

 

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PZL 101 Gawron

 

 
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