The Avro Cadet was a single engine British biplane trainer designed and built in the 1930s as a smaller development of the Avro Tutor.
The Avro Cadet was developed in 1931 as a smaller, more economical, derivative of the Tutor military trainer, for flying club or personal use.
The first prototype, G-ABRS flew in October 1931.
It was publicly unveiled at the opening of Skegness airfield in May 1932, although by this time, the first orders for the type, for the Irish Army Air Corps had already been placed and the order for six Cadets delivered.
Avro 631 Cadet
Initial version, powered by Armstrong Siddeley Genet Major I engine.
Avro 643 Cadet
Raised rear seat.
Avro 643 Cadet II
Powered by 150 hp (110 kW) Genet Major 1A.
24 ft 9 in (7.54 m)
30 ft 2 in (9.19 m)
8 ft 10 in (2.69 m)
1,286 lb (583 kg)
2,000 lb (907 kg)
1 × Armstrong Siddeley Genet Major 1A, 5 cylinder air cooled radial piston engine,