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SABCA S.60

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Hi all,

found this pic on www. Any idea of technical data and drawings?
 

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Sabca S 60

Jet trainer project 1951 ( Société Anonyme Belge de Constructions Aéronautique)

2 engines : "Turbo-MECA" 400Kg/p - no type given

Estimated performences:

take off speed 130Km/h
Cruising speed 560Km/h
Max speed 650Km/h

wing surface 13.26M2
load 630Kg
Max weight at take-off 1750Kg

only light armament planned.

Sources : Les Avions S..B.C.A. et associés.Prototypes et Projects.
Charles Mali -Fonds Nationale Alfred Renard - Brussels 2003
 

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Belgian aeronautical history is staggeringly poor...Allas. :'(

In 1960, SABCA studied a jet powered trainer, the S-60, who never left the drawing board
From http://www.baha.be/Webpages/Navigator/Belgian_Aviation_History/Industry/sabca.htm
 

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Not much more found:

Sabca S-60 : Two seat transition trainer between the Stampe&Vertongen S-V4bis
and the Hawker 'Hunter'.
It was a perfect prefiguration of the Fouga Magister and te Jet Provost generation...

source : Aviation et Astronautique -December 1970.
 

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