Piaggio P.149

1953

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Piaggio P.149

The P.149D was a development of the P.148 and was designed to incorporate many of the same structural components. The prototype first flew in July 1953 and two years later the type was chosen for liaison and basic training duties for the German Air Force. Seventy-five were supplied to Germany by Piaggio and the type was also built under licence there. Accommodation was provided for five, reduced to two for aerobatic flying.

Specification 
 ENGINE1 x Avco Lycoming GO-480, 201kW
 WEIGHTS
  Take-off weight1680 kg3704 lb
  Empty weight1160 kg2557 lb
 DIMENSIONS
  Wingspan11.12 m37 ft 6 in
  Length8.8 m29 ft 10 in
  Height2.9 m10 ft 6 in
  Wing area18.85 m2202.90 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
  Max. speed305 km/h190 mph
  Ceiling6050 m19850 ft
  Range1090 km677 miles

Comments
Jim D. Kelley, e-mail, 11.11.2010 17:21

I own the P149-E model and would like to know more on this model and why the design change on the vertical tail section? According to FAA Reg. records the "E" model was toward the end of the serial numbers. Mine is year 1965 and #350 serial. How many were made??

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Olaf Bichel, e-mail, 23.09.2007 01:34

Hi friends,

military user from ex Luftwaffe aircraft was Tanzania, Uganda and Israel (one ex Uganda aircraft). Many others are in civil use, now.

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