Auster J-1 Autocrat

Touring Aircraft

Taylorcraft J-1 Autocrat G-AGTO 1822 © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Auster J/1 Autocrat is a single-engine three-seat light touring aircraft produced by the British manufacturer Auster Aircraft Limited.
The J/1 Autocrat is a development of the (Taylorcraft) Auster Model J AOP Mk.V.
Crew1-2
Passengers1-2
Propulsion1 Piston Engine
Engine ModelBlackburn Cirrus Minor II
Engine Power75 kW100 hp
max. Cruise Speed159 km/h86 kts
  99 mph
max. Speed (vne)194 km/h105 kts
  121 mph
Service Ceiling4.267 m14.000 ft
Range515 km278 NM
320 mi.
Empty Weight478 kg1.054 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight841 kg1.854 lbs
Wing Span10,97 m35 ft 12 in
Wing Area17,2 m185 ft
Length7,70 m25 ft 3 in
Height1,98 m6 ft 6 in
First Flight1945
Production Statusout of production
Total Productionca. 420
Developed fromTaylorcraft Auster AOP Mk.V
ICAO CodeAUS5 J1
Data for (Version)Auster J-1 Autocrat
VariantsJ-1A,J-1B Aiglet, J-1N Alpha, J-1S Autocrat

[Photo-ID: 7071] Karsten Palt 2013-05-19
Taylorcraft J-1 Autocrat, , G-AGTO, c/n 1822, Karsten Palt, 2013Taylorcraft
J-1 Autocrat
Reg.: G-AGTO
c/n: 1822
 
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[Photo-ID: 7072] Karsten Palt 2013-05-19
Taylorcraft J-1 Autocrat, , G-AGTO, c/n 1822, Karsten Palt, 2013Taylorcraft
J-1 Autocrat
Reg.: G-AGTO
c/n: 1822
 
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[Old Warden Aerodrome Biggleswade]
[Photo-ID: 7073] Karsten Palt 2013-05-19
Taylorcraft J-1 Autocrat, , G-AGTO, c/n 1822, Karsten Palt, 2013Taylorcraft
J-1 Autocrat
Reg.: G-AGTO
c/n: 1822
 
Visitor to Shuttleworth Collection Flying Day.
[Old Warden Aerodrome Biggleswade]
[Photo-ID: 7074] Karsten Palt 2013-05-19
Taylorcraft J-1 Autocrat, , G-AGTO, c/n 1822, Karsten Palt, 2013Taylorcraft
J-1 Autocrat
Reg.: G-AGTO
c/n: 1822
 
Visitor to Shuttleworth Collection Flying Day.
[Old Warden Aerodrome Biggleswade]
[Photo-ID: 13133] Karsten Palt 2016-07-10
Taylorcraft J-1 Autocrat, , G-AGTO, c/n 1822, Karsten Palt, 2016Taylorcraft
J-1 Autocrat
Reg.: G-AGTO
c/n: 1822
 
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