The PZL 101 was developed from the Yak-12M, which was licence-produced in Poland. The first prototype flew on 15 April 1958. Series production started in 1960. By 1968 a total of 325 Gawrons were built including 143 for export.
|A three-view drawing (704 x 996)|
| ENGINE||1 x Ivchenko AI-14R radial air-cooled piston engine, 260hp|
| Take-off weight||1610 kg||3549 lb|
| Empty weight||964 kg||2125 lb|
| Wingspan||12.6 m||41 ft 4 in|
| Length||9.0 m||30 ft 6 in|
| Height||3.12 m||10 ft 3 in|
| Max. speed||180 km/h||112 mph|
| Cruise speed||165 km/h||103 mph|
| Ceiling||3200 m||10500 ft|
| Range||525 km||326 miles|
|jarecki, e-mail, 21.03.2008 14:52|
Gawron = eng. "Rook"
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