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| ENGINE||1 x 225hp Jacobs L-4B|
| Take-off weight||2852 kg||6288 lb|
| Empty weight||1847 kg||4072 lb|
| Wingspan||13.60 m||45 ft 7 in|
| Length||9.73 m||32 ft 11 in|
| Height||2.60 m||9 ft 6 in|
| Max. speed||230 km/h||143 mph|
| Cruise speed||195 km/h||121 mph|
|Brian Johnston, e-mail, 20.03.2012 23:22|
If you think about it, Norway is pretty rugged country but has a lot of lakes. Floatplanes do make a lot of sense for that kind of landscape.
|Ray, e-mail, 20.04.2011 01:19|
Nice picture. I was unaware Norway built seaplanes. Seems they were always buying their aircrafts from other countries. I found this information on Wikipedia:
The Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk M.F.12 (sometimes known as the HÝver M.F.12, after its designer) was a seaplane built in Norway in 1939 as a military trainer aircraft to replace the Norwegian Navy's aging fleet of M.F.8trainers. Only a single prototype was constructed before Germany's invasion of Norway in 1940. The prototype, M.F.12 F.14 (V), was the last trainer built for the Royal Norwegian Navy Air Service (RNNAS).
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