|Engines||2*300hp MG-31||2*330hp MG-31F|
|Wing Load (kg/m2)||109||100|
|Power load (kg/hp)||5.4||4.5|
|Maximum Speed at 0m||289km/h||294km/h|
|Cruising Speed at ?m||257km/h||254km/h|
|Landing Roll||430m 22sec||335m 18sec|
|Takeoff Roll||440m 25sec||290m 18sec|
|Cabin size LxWxH||?m3|
Low-wing 2-engine wooden monoplane. Semi-monocoque fuselage provided room for 6 passengers. Retractable landing gear had main hydraulic and pneumatic emergency systems. Two-spar wing with fabric skin. Both aircraft were built at the GVF repair workshop.
RAF-11 was flown in 1938. Despite very clean shapes, aircraft was overweight and showed sluggish performance. Improved RAF-11bis was flight-tested in 1940. It was found successful and recomended for production as passenger for second class (??) airlines, trainer and 'transitional' (advanced trainer) aircraft.
Despite positive trials outcome, RAF-11 did not enter series production.
|Created July 7, 1999||Back to|