Five-seater (D-HEIS) with a fully enclosed fuselage, but it is not known if this was flown.
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|<!font size=3>Technical data for Do-132
Engine: UACL PT6 A-20 turbo-compressor,
main rotor diameter: 10.70m,
take-off weight: 1430kg,
empty weight: 675kg,
cruising speed: 220km/h,
|Graham Summers, e-mail, 27.08.2017||reply|
The Dornier Do 132 was innovative in its use of a tip drive. However although a full size mock up was built, and tested in a wind tunnel as pictured, the type was never built as a functional production aircraft.
|E J B, e-mail, 21.04.2007||reply|
The DO 132 was a tip drive and had great potential. Tried to purchase the rights back in the early seventies but the Dorner people tryied "playing games" and no serious barganing went on.
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