After having seen the AVRO Tutor at the Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden in the UK, I just had to model this great-looking, great-flying aircraft.
The AVRO Tutor was designed in the 1920’s as a replacement for the, now aging, AVRO 504K WWI trainer. It was constructed of welded steel tubes and doped linen covering. The AVRO was available with various engine installations, with and without the Townsend engine ring.
The AVRO was used in Denmark, but I think I will paint it in the UK livery. You just CAN get too many silver-doped aircraft. The AVRO Tutor in the Shuttleworth Collection is the only of its kind left in the world.
Length: 26 ft 4½ in (8.04 m)
Wingspan: 34 ft 0 in (10.36 m)
Height: 9 ft 7 in (2.92 m)
Wing area: 301 ft² (27.96 m²)
Empty weight: 1,844 lb (836 kg)
Loaded weight: 2,493 lb (1,131 kg)
Maximum speed: 104 kn (120 mph, 193 km/h)
Cruise speed: 84 kn (97 mph, 156 km/h)
Range: 250 mi (402 km)
Service ceiling: 16,000 ft (4,877 m)
Rate of climb: 910 ft/s (4.6 m/s)
Engine: 1 × Armstrong Siddeley Lynx IVC, 240 hp (180 kW)
Denne tegning er ikke tegnet af Karlström! Det er danske Tage Larsen der har tegnet den, blandt andet bragt i bladet “Vi Flyver”.
Jeg skal få det rettet med det samme.