DAR 10

1st Flight 1941

The DAR 10 was a Bulgarian light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.

DAR-10 was designed for horizontal and dive bombing, reconnaissance, and ground attack.

Variants

DAR-10A

First prototype, powered by an Alfa Romeo radial engine.

DAR-10F

Second prototype, powered by a Fiat radial engine.

Specifications

Crew: two

Length: 31.3 feet (9.54 m)

Wingspan: 40.0 feet (12.20 m)

Height: 10.8 feet (3.3 m)

Wing area: 239 ft² (22.2 m²)

Empty weight: 4,063 lb (1,843 kg)

Loaded weight: 5,666 lb (2,570 kg)

Powerplant: 1× Alfa Romeo 128 R.C.21, 950 hp (708 kW)

Performance

Maximum speed: 255 mph (410 km/h)

Range: 727 miles (1,170 km)

Service ceiling: 23,785 feet (7,250 m)

Armament

4x machine guns:

2x 7.92 mm fixed in wings

2x 7.7 mm in rear upper station

1x 20 mm gun in nose

500 kg bombs.

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