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Tachikawa A-26 / Ki-77

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The A-26, later redesignated Ki-77, was a long-distance record aircraft with a remarkably slim fuselage and finely tapered wide-span monoplane wings. The first prototype flew on November 18, 1942, and later set two endurance records during the war. Two were built, the second was lost two months after completion.

 

Allied code name Clara.

 

Engines: 2 x Mitsubishi Ha.104ru, 1730 hp

 

Ki-77
Engines: 2 x Nakajima Ha-115, 1170 hp / 875kW
Max take-off weight: 16725 kg / 36873 lb
Empty weight: 7237 kg / 15955 lb
Wingspan: 29.44 m / 96 ft 7 in
Length: 15.3 m / 50 ft 2 in
Height: 3.85 m / 13 ft 8 in
Wing area: 79.56 sq.m / 856.38 sq ft
Max. speed: 440 km/h / 273 mph
Cruise speed: 300 km/h / 186 mph
Ceiling: 8700 m / 28550 ft
Range: 18000 km / 11185 miles
Crew: 5

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Tachikawa Ki-77

 

 

 


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