FFA AS-202 Bravo
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|AS/SA 202 Bravo|
|Role||Civil light aircraft|
|First flight||9 March 1969|
Savoia-Marchetti manufactured the wings, undercarriage and engine installation, while FFA manufactured the fuselage, tail and controls, while both companies had assembly plants manufacturing the complete aircraft.
The first Swiss model flew on 9 March 1969, the first Italian aircraft following on 8 May.
Bravo is a rugged all-metal low-wing monoplane with a full vision canopy. Its tricycle landing gear is fixed.
34 15s and 180 18s were built, with most in service with military customers. The biggest civil operator is Patria Pilot Training at Helsinki-Malmi Airport, Finland.
- AS/SA 202-10
- With 115 hp Lycoming O-235-C2A engine
- AS/SA 202-15
- With 150 hp Lycoming O-320-E2A engine, fixed pitch propeller, optional third aft seat
- AS/SA 202-18A
- With 180 hp Lycoming AEIO-360-B1F engine, constant speed propeller, third aft seat, fully aerobatic.
- AS/SA 202/26A
- With 195 kW (260hp) Lycoming AEIO-540 engine. Only one aircraft manufactured so far.
- AS 32T Turbo Trainer
- Two-seat tandem trainer aircraft, powered by a 268 kW (360-hp) Allison 250-B17C turboprop engine. Only one aircraft manufactured.
- Patria Pilot Training - 7 aircraft. Patria's Bravos are ex-British Aerospace Flying College aircraft. BAE Flying College owned 11 aircraft, but 1 was lost in Scotland claiming 2 lives. Remaining 10 aircraft were sold to private Finnish flying school Pilot Factory, which merged with Patria in 2004-2005.
- Royal Air Maroc - 5 aircraft.
- Royal Flight of Oman - 4 aircraft.
- Uganda Central Flying School - 8 aircraft.
- Indonesian Air Force - 40 aircraft.
- Iraqi Air Force - 48 aircraft.
- Royal Moroccan Air Force - 10 aircraft.
Data from General characteristics
- Crew: One, pilot
- Capacity: One or two passengers
- Length: 6.65 m (21 ft 9¾ in)
- Wingspan: 9.8 m (32 ft 2 in)
- Height: 2.51 m (8 ft 2¾ in)
- Wing area: 13.16 m² (141.58 ft²)
- Empty weight: 486 kg (AS 202-18A4 742 kg) (1,069 lb)
- Max takeoff weight: 852 kg (AS 202-18A4 1,080 kg) (1,874 lb)
- Powerplant: 1× Lycoming O-235-C2A 4-cylinder air-cooled horizontally-opposed piston engine, 86 kW (115 hp)
- Max landing weight : AS 202-18A4 1,050 kg (from Wikipedia)
AS202 BRAVO TNI AU
AS-202 Bravo aircraft Indonesian Air Force use since 1981, after four aircraft arrived at Tanjung Priok Port on March 28, 1981 using a container. Halim Perdanakusuma assembled at the air base by Indonesian Air Force technicians and then flown to the air base as a base LANUD Adisucipto and used by the School of Aviation (Sekbang) Army / Air Force. (http://ceriwis.us/showthread.php?t=573)
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