The Skandinavisk Aero Industri, KZ-IV is an ambulance plane used after WWII in Denmark.
The aircraft was designed and build during the war, and materials were scarse. It is constructed entirely out of wood.
The plane has a really large wingspan, compared to the fuselage length, because it had to be able to land on really short landing-strips, and, more importantly, because high-power engines were hard to find during the war.
Only two planes were built, the OY-DIZ and OY-DZU. The main differences between the two are: Horizontal Rudder covering (fabric/plywood), Window in door on OY-DIZ, size of slats.
For a full description of this remarkable aircraft, see the Skandinavisk Aero Industry History, in the Aviation Section.
Wingspan: 16.0 m
Length: 9.80 m
Empty Weight: 1507 kg
Max Weight: 2050 kg
Max Speed: 250 km/h
Cruise Speed: 153 km/h
Landing Speed: 120 km/h
Take-off distance: 299 m
Landing distance: 288 m
Engines: Gipsy Major, 145 HP.