Czech post-war twin engined transports

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Shown as models on the Aerosalon 1946 were those czech light transports:
- The Avia 38A with two Walter Mionor 6-III engines, installed side-by-side
in the rear fuselage, span 11m, length 9,05m and an empty weight of 1.900 kg.
Pilot, 4 passengers.

- The Letov 101, two Argus As 410, for 12 passengers and two crew

- The Hodek HK 101, a tandem twin seater with two Walter Minor 4-III,
length 5,91m and 7,7m span.

(all pictures and data from InterAvia November 1946)
 

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Re: Czech post-war twin engined trasnports

The HK-101 was actually built and flown (3 September 1947) and maybe even two examples were completed (I'm not sure).
 

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You're right, sorry ! Was too biased by a comment, that for a twin engined
two-seater probably isn't a large market, due to the higher price for purchase
and maintenance.
 

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