"Byukker» Bu 131 ( «Jungmann») / CASA 1.131E. A photo. Characteristics
"Byukker» Bu 131 ( «Jungmann») / CASA 1.131E. A photo. Characteristics

"Byukker» Bu 131 ( «Jungmann») / CASA 1.131E. A photo. Characteristics

Germany and Spain

A type: single-engine biplane trainer

Crew: Two pilots are arranged one behind the other

First built by the company "Byukker» (Biicker) plane "Jungmann» (Jungmann - boy) was used as the primary training aircraft both civilian and military flight schools in Germany since the end of the year 1934. Initial production version Bu 131A equipped with in-line engine "Hirt» Hm 60R power 80 l. from. (60 kW), but later modified (and all export version) used a more powerful motor Hm 504A-2.

In addition to success on their own land, the plane "Jungmann" sold well abroad, before the war began eight European countries received these aircraft in solid numbers. The company "Byukker" entered into a licensing agreement with Japan, where it was built about 1037 aircraft for the army (under the designation Ki-86A) and more than 200 aircraft for the Navy (under the designation K9W1).

This uchebnotrenirovochny aircraft remained in service in the German Air Force during the Second World War, although it was eventually replaced by the airplane Bu 181 Bestman (Bestmann - Superman) Company "Byukker". Unassuming plane "Jungmann" during the war and served as a stormtrooper, dropping light bombs on the Soviet forces during night raids annoying. After the war, these aircraft were restored in Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Spain, and many remain in a state of airworthiness and 1990-ies.

"Byukker" Wee 131 ( "Jungmann») / CASA 1.131E. A photo.

Basic data


  • Length: 6,60 m
  • Wingspan: 7,40 m
  • Height: 2,25 m

Range of flight: 650 km

Power point: "Hirt» Hm 504A-2

Power: 105 l. from. (78 kW)

The weight:

  • BLANK: 390 kg
  • Maximum take-off: 680 kg

Date of first flight: April 27 1934 years

Aircraft performance characteristics:

  • Maximum speed: 185 km / h

The surviving airworthy modifications: bci 131A / B 1.131E and "Aero" S.4

On right: The aircraft CC-3 flew in the Air Force of Spain.