"Byukker» Bii 133 «Yungmeyster» / CASA ES-1. Photo. Characteristics
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"Byukker» Bii 133 «Yungmeyster» / CASA ES-1. Photo. Characteristics

"Byukker» Bii 133 «Yungmeyster» / CASA ES-1. Photo. Characteristics

 

Germany and Spain

A type: single-engine biplane trainer 

Crew: one pilot

Similar in appearance to the aircraft "Jungmann" airplane "Yungmeyster» (Jungmeister - Junior Champion) was designed and built on the then-new factory of "Byukker" in Rangedorf, which was opened to allow the company to cope with the huge demand for her earlier teaching training aircraft. As the plane Bii 131 was established as the primary training aircraft, the smaller size and equipped with a more powerful engine plane Wee 133 was aimed at the most achievers as intended to perform all maneuvers.

After benchmark tests in 1935-1936 years of the German Air Force ordered the plane "Yungmeyster" in large quantities. This type of aircraft was used extensively by pilots, ready to fly to the single-seat fighter. Although the prototype and early production aircraft Bii 133A equipped with in-line engine "Hirt" Hm 6 135 liter capacity. from. (101 kW), the main production version (S-model) was equipped with a more powerful radial engine Sh 14a-4 company "Siemens» (Siemens), as well as 47 built under license by "Dornier" for the Swiss Air Force aircraft (under the designation Bii 133V).

The Spanish company CASA also built the same number of aircraft Bii 133S for the Spanish Air Force, who gave him the designation ES-1. Also flying today, Swiss and Spanish planes can find a solid number of aircraft Bii 133F production 1960-ies in a state of airworthiness.

"Byukker» Bu 131 («Jungmann») / CASA 1.131E. Photo.

 

Basic data

Dimensions:

  • Length: 6 m
  • Wingspan: 6,6 m
  • Height: 2,2 m

 

The weight:

  • BLANK: 425 kg
  • Maximum take-off: 585 kg

 

Aircraft performance characteristics:

  • Maximum speed: 220 km / h
  • Range: 500 km

 

Power point: "Siemens» Sh 14a-4 and "Franklin" 6A-650-S1 (modification Bii 133F production 1960-ies)

Power: 160 l. from. (119 kW) and 220 l. from. (164 kW), respectively,

Date of first flight: 1935 year

The remaining airworthy modifications: Bii 133B / C / F and ES-1

On right: This aircraft V 133 in the civil register is the UK since the early 1970-ies, owns and flies it the publisher of "Pilot» (Pilot), James Gilbert. It applied coloring plane "Yungmeyster" of aviation sports association (Luftsportyverband) Germany end 1930-ies.

 

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