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Hi,

I spoke before about the Aero projects,such as A.107 was lightweight single
seat fighter powered by one Walter Saggita,A.206 was four seat twin-engine
medium bomber,A.302 two/three seat attack light bomber powered by Avia
HS-12Y engine and A.404 three seat twin engined recce light bomber developed
from A.304.
Also the A.31 was single seat biplane fighter,who know more ?.
 
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dear HESHAM
Look at " forum.valka.cz" and choise "letavla"
and you could see "aero"
Bye
 

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Thank you my dear Toura,

but I haven't this book,could you please tell us about more projects ?.
 

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DEAR HESHAM
It's not a book !
it's a site on the net
http://forum.valka.cz
GOOD LUCK
 

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Thank you Toura,

but there is no projects in the site.
 

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Thank you my dear Bailey,

and here is from your source;the A-107.
 

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Aero A-107 - jednosilnikowy jednomiejscowy lekki samolot myśliwski w układzie wolnonośnego dolnopłata
z zakrytą kabiną, napędzany silnikiem typu Walter " Sagitta ". Tylko projekt,
znany też pod oznaczeniem Aero A-7
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The draft given by hesham is telling more than Polish description from http://www.samoloty.ow.pl/str003ab.htm
It's only to add that the airplane was also known under designation Aero A-7.
 

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Hi all!
Some more unbuilt projects from Aero:

A-16 (1926) - night bomber project.

A-22 (1924) - heavy bomber project with four HS 8Fb engines (300 hp each).

A-27 (1925) - 12-seat passenger aircraft with two Lorraine-Dietrich 12Cc engines, 450 hp each. Next year the number was reassigned to a modified version of A-24 bomber prototype, powered by Walter Jupiter engines; but this one wasn't built as well.

A-33 (1928) - 14-seat trimotor passenger aircraft. The central engine was Walter Jupiter (license Bristol, 480 hp), the two others Walter Pollux (380 hp each).

A-34b (1933) - a version of A-34 Kos (Blackbird) sport and training biplane, featured with enclosed cockpit.

A-36 (1926) - bomber project with three 480-hp Jupiter engines.

A-40 (1926) - a project of racing biplane for 1926 President Cup. With Škoda L engine (W12 type) boosted up from 450 to 620 hp, its maximum speed was estimated 410 km/h.

A-42c (1933) - twin-engine version of A-42 bomber prototype, with 500-hp Walter Merkur (license Bristol Mercury) engines.
 

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A-44 (1931) - heavy bomber project; two Praga Asso (Isotta-Fraschini license), 800/1000 hp each.

A-48 (1932) - 8-seat passenger aircraft, three Walter Pollux engines (380 hp each).

A-49 (1932) - 2-seat ultralight aircraft project with 2-cylinder 34-hp Orion LL-30 opposite engine; unsuccessful rival of Letov Š-39.

A-55 (1933?) - ultralight aircraft project with 50/60-hp Walter Polaris engine.

A-60 (1933) - high-speed 6-seat transport aircraft with three Walter Castor engines (most probably Castor II, 260 hp each); estimated speed 280 km/h.

A-102 (1932) - initial project version of well-known prototype fighter. Unlike the final gull-wing monoplane version flown in 1934, the initial study was a biplane. Fitted with Gnome-Rhone Mistral Major 14Krsd engine, it would reach 397 km/h speed.

A-102D (1933) - another studied A-102 version, this time a low-wing monoplane. Estimated maximum speed was 421 km/h.
 

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Excellent my dear Redstar72,


a very great work,thank you.
 

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A-202 (1934) - twin-engine passenger aircraft project, rival to Avia Av-57 prototype.

A-210 (about 1936-37) - passenger aircraft project (14 to 20 seats); four Walter Sagitta engines, 550/600 hp each.

A-212 (1937) - utility aircraft project, kind of a precursor to popular postwar Ae-45. Two Walter Minor engines (version isn't specified), 265 km/h speed.

A-302 (1936) - attack aircraft project; HS 12Ycrs engine (license produced by Avia), 450 km/h maximum speed.

A-404-III (1938) - light bomber project, A-304 development with new fuselage and Walter Sagitta I-SR engines.


Source: V. Němeček. Československa letadla (I) 1918-1945. - Praha, Naše vojsko, 1983. - P.61-99.
 

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Great thanks to you my dear Redstar72.
 

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A 3-view to Aero A.27.

http://www.avia-it.com/act/biblioteca/periodici/PDF%20Riviste/Aeronautica/L'Aeronautica%201928%2005.pdf
 

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Thank you Sarastro,

and in a Czech museum,there was also anther unknown Projects,
such as Ae.6,Ae.7,A.52 & A.54 ?,did them mention in this book ?.
 

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Hi Hesham,
I will publish here all the projects that the book contains ... The National Technical Museum contains, among others, an archive that contains an absolute treasure (drawings, or a brief mention of the project). Mr. Bittner has been creating the archive for 10 years since 1955, and there are dozens of items about Aero alone. Here is a list of the types of Aero aircraft it should contain. Other Czechoslovak aircraft manufacturers are also represented in Bittner's archive ... 1.png 2.png 3.png 4.png
 

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Many thanks dear Sarastro,

and if there was anything about Ae.6,Ae.7 or A.52 ?.
 

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