ASJA Viking I

 

1st Flight 1931

The Viking I was a utility aircraft designed in Sweden for the Swedish Air Force, 2 prototypes were built with no interest shown.

The 2 prototypes were sold to private buyers.

Variants

The 1st built aircraft originally mounted the British Cirrus Hermes IIB engine.

The second built aircraft was built with the Walter Mars engine.

Specifications

Crew: 1 pilot

Capacity: 2 passengers

Range: 11.2 m

Length: 8.0 and 8.2 m

Height: 2.4 and 3.0 m

Supporting surface 22.0 m2

Surface load 48.4 and 51.1 kg/m2

Empty aircraft weight 665 and 775 kg

Take-off weight: 1 065 and 1 125 kg

Powerplant

110 kW Cirrus Hermes IIB in-line air-cooled four-cylinder engine

Walter Mars 145/150 k (106.6/110.3 kW) star-cooled nine-cylinder Walter Mars engine

Walter Gemma 150/165 k (110.3/121.3 kW) star-cooled nine-cylinder engine

Propeller: solid metal propeller

Performance

Top speed: 170 and 165 km/h, with Gemma engine: 210 km/h

Cruising speed : 155 and 150 km/h, with Gemma engine 185 km/h

Landing speed: 70 and 75 km/h

Practical access :4,200 and 3000 m

Access up :up to 1000 m 6.5 min.

Range: 620 and 600 km.

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