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Type sheet: spitf

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I
Fighter, United Kingdom, 1936

[Technical Data] [Expo/Images] - [ Supermarine] [ Fighter 1919-1938]

Description:

The Spitfire is one of the most well-known aircraft
in the world. It was designed by R.J. Mitchell, who
became famous by his racing aircraft. The Spitfire
was, together with the Hawker Hurricane, the standard
fighter of the RAF in WW II. It was in use well a
decade after the war.

 

Sizes and weights

Total Length :

29.921 ft

9.120 m

 

Greatest height :

11.417 ft

3.480 m

 

Wingspan :

36.811 ft

11.220 m

 

Max take off weight :

5325.1 lbs

2415.0 kg

 

Performance data

Max. speed :

308 kts

571 km/h

 

Service ceiling :

33990 ft

10360 m

 

Range :

435 nm

805 km

 

Propulsion

Kind :

KVau

 

Type :

Rolls Royce Merlin Mk II

 

Power rating (max.) :

1016 hp

1030 ps

 

Count :

1

1

 

Total power rating (max.) :

1016 hp

1030 ps

 

Other

Crew :

0

0

 

 

1

 

Armament :

8* MG 7,7mm

 

       

 

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