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ANBO-II was a parasol type, two-seater monoplane of mixed construction, designed primarily for the training of pilots, tested on November 10th, 1927. For several years ANBO-II was used in military aviation. In 1931 it was reconstructed, outfitted with a 70 HP engine and donated to the Aero Club of Lithuania. ANBO-II crashed on August 26th, 1934.

anbo-II
ANBO-II

ANBO-II paint schemes

Technical data:

Engine Walter NZ
60 HP
Empty weight 280 kg
Flight weight 550 kg
Wingspan 10.72 m
Wing area 20 mē
Length 6.75 m
Max.speed 160 km/h
Landing speed 60 km/h
Ceiling 3.5 km
Climbing to
1 km altitude
2 km altitude

8 min.
21 min.

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