sunnuntai 20. maaliskuuta 2016

Deperdussin TT

The Deperdussin TT was a French monoplane built by Société Pour les Appareils Deperdussin, later to become S.P.A.D. Introduced in 1912, the type was one widely used by the French Air Force (then Aviation Militaire) before the First World War. 
In February 1914, an experiment was made to install a machine gun on the aircraft, but this did not see service.
A number were used by the Naval Wing of the British Royal Flying Corps, one being fitted with floats and flown from Lake Windemere.
- Belgian Air Force
- French Air Force
- Paraguayan Air Force
- Portuguese Air Force
- Imperial Russian Air Service
- Serbian Air Force
- Spanish Air Force
- Ottoman Air Force
- Royal Flying Corps
- No. 3 Squadron RFC
- Royal Naval Air Service

Crew: Two
Length: 7.92 m 
Wingspan: 10.97 m 
Height: 2.69 m 
Gross weight: 725 kg 
Powerplant: 1 × Gnome Rotary, 60 kW / 80 hp
Maximum speed: 114 km/h (71 mph)
Endurance: 2 hours  20 min

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