|Power load (kg/hp)||9.0|
|Maximum Speed at 0m||125km/h|
Flying boat, built in Spring 1916 at Schetinin factory without participation of D.P.Grigorovich. It differed form other aircraft of 'M'-family. Its upper and lower wing were of same span, smaller than M-5. Upper wing warping was used instead of ailerons. It was lower and had different shape of a hull.
M-10 passed all tests, and demonstrated performance better than M-5, with the same engine. After tests M-10 served as a trainer at Baku flight school.
|Modified October 30, 1997||Back to|