Southwest Regional Fly In, Hondo, Texas, 1 Jun2007
Civil utility aircraft
Leeon D. Davis
21 May 1966
ca. 45 by 1985Davis DA-2 at Airventure2008.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is a light aircraft designed in the UnitedStates in the 1960s and marketed for homebuilding. While itis a low-wing monoplane of largely conventional design withfixed tricycle undercarriage, the DA-2 is given a distinctiveappearance by its slab-like fuselage construction and its V-tail. The pilot and a single passenger sit side-by-side.Construction of the aircraft is metal throughout.The
was a single DA-2 enlarged to accommodatefour people. Work proceeded through 1973-74, but theaircraft was never completed.
Specifications (typical DA-2)
17 ft 10 in (5.44 m)
19 ft 3 in (5.86 m)
5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
83 ft² (7.7 m²)
610 lb (277 kg)
1,125 lb (510 kg)
1 × Continental A65 horizontally-opposed four-cylinder piston engine, 65 hp (49 kW)1 × Continental O200 horizontally-opposed four-cylinder pistonengine, 100 hp ( kW)
120 mph (193 km/h)
450 miles (725 km)
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. London: Jane's Yearbooks. pp. 587–88.Davisson, Budd (May 1973). "Flying the Davis DA-2A Homebuilt(http://airbum.com/pireps/PirepDavisDA2.html) ".
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