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Saturday, January 21st 2017, 2:08am

Empresa Nacional de Aviación T-21 Chululu Primary Training Aircraft

In 1945 students at the Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Aeronautico of the Escuela de Ingenieros de Construcciones Civiles y de Minas began efforts to design a conventional high-wing cantilever monoplane with fixed tricycle undercarriage that might serve as a primary training aircraft for the Fuerza Aérea del Perú or as a private ‘club’ trainer. Assembly of a prototype began early in 1946, and the aircraft made its maiden flight in January 1947. Construction throughout is of wood. The pilot and a single passenger or instructor sit side by side.

Crew: 2

Engine: One air-cooled flat-four engine rated at 85 hp (takeoff)
Length: 6.53 meters
Wingspan: 10.00 meters
Height: 2.18 meters
Wing area: 13.72 square meters
Empty weight: 410 kg
Gross weight: 650 kg
Maximum speed: 197 kph
Cruising speed: 164 kph
Service ceiling: 4,500 meters
Range: 760 kilometers