|Wing Load (kg/m2)||53.0|
|Power load (kg/hp)||7.4|
|Landing Roll||340m 30sec|
|Takeoff Roll||200m 16sec|
|Fuel + Oil||80+14kg|
AIR-11 was a 3-seat tourist version of AIR-10. Tourist aircraft with enclosed cockpit and 120hp Gypsy-Major engine. Built in 1936 and succeeded in state test flight, but couldn't enter production because of lack of good domestic engine.
S.V.Ilyushin crashed on this a/c flying from Voronezh to Moscow due to a fault of mechanic, who forgot to fill the oil tank. In 1937 almost identical four-seater AIR-16 was built (for 220hp Renault engine). It was rolled out to the airfield, but never flew... Yakovlev failed to acquire the engine.
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