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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. Two built.

Ki-77
Engines: 2 x Nakajima Ha-115, 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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