Che-25 amphibian by B.Chernov

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Development of the Che-22, designed by Boris Chernov when he started his own company. It is built as a four-seater with wider cockpit and increased wingspan, while the predecessor is basically showed as 2-3 place aircraft (nevertheless may be flown even with 5 men aboard).

Aircraft is available for customers as a 75% pre-assembled kit or as a ready-to-fly aircraft. Two-, three- and four-seat variants with engines (single Rotax 447/503 or two Rotax 582/912) totaling power from 60hp to 140hp were test-flown and may be delivered.

After production started at St.Petersburg, several improvements were introduced:

References
  • E-mail from Alexander Lameko, Main Russian Aviation Site
  • Links
  • Hydroplanes by Boris Chernov
  • Che-22 Amphibian Homebuilt
  • Che-22 Amphibian Homebuilt
  • Che-22 aircraft
  • Che-25

  • Created January 22, 1999
    with help of Alexander Lameko
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