Technical data
Type G-10
Function Sport
Year 1933
Crew 1
Powerplant (1)
Type M-23 Walter
Power 65hp 60hp
Size (m)
Length 5.6
Wingspan 8.4
Wing area 11.0m2
Weights (kg) and Loads
Empty 335 330
Loaded 510 505
Wing Load (kg/m2) 46.4 45.8
Power load (kg/hp) 7.8 8.4
Speed (km/h)
at 0m 170 165
Landing 67 67
Roll (m)
Takeoff 80
Landing 100
Ceiling (m)
Maximum 5200 4800
Climb (min)
1000m 5.0 5.5
2000m 11.0 13.0
3000m 20.0 23.0
Range (km)
Practical 700
Flight Endurance 4h
Payload
Fuel+Oil 75+10kg

G-10 by V.K.Gribovskij

Photo from "Russian Civil and Military aircraft 1884~1969", p.134

High-wing sport monoplane. Wing was installed on central pylon and V-struts. Fuselage - monocoque of very elegant shape. Clean design allowed to get exceptional performance with engines used.

The G-10 was built in 1931 at GAZ-1.

23k b/w "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.1 p.236

During light aircraft contest (1935 or 1936, Tushino) G-10 was flown by young pilot N.Fedoseev. 34 aircraft took off for 5000km race Moscow - Gorky - Kazan - Sarapul - Perm - Sverdlovsk - Chelabinsk - Magnitogorsk - Kujbyshev - Saratov - Lugansk - Donetsk - Dnepropetrovsk - Kiev - Briansk - Moscow. First place was taken by A.S.Yakovlev AIR-10, G-10 finished second.

PredecessorsModifications
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ReferencesLinks
  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.1 p.429-430;
  • None

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