CAC, Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation CA-25 Winjeel

Trainer

Commonwealth CA-25 Winjeel © Phil Vabre
Photo ©: Phil Vabre (Photos at airliners.net)
The CAC CA-25 Winjeel is a single-engine two-seat trainer aircraft produced by the Australian manufacturer Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation in service with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
Crew2
Propulsion1 Radial Engine
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney R-985-AN-2 Wasp Junior
Engine Power336 kW450 hp
Speed291 km/h157 kts
  181 mph
Service Ceiling4.816 m15.800 ft
Range885 km478 NM
550 mi.
Empty Weight1.542 kg3.400 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight1.969 kg4.340 lbs
Wing Span11,81 m38 ft 9 in
Wing Area23,2 m250 ft
Length8,92 m29 ft 3 in
Height2,52 m8 ft 3 in
First Flight23. Feb. 1955 (03. Feb. 51 A-22)
Production Statusout of production
Total Production64
ICAO CodeCA25
Data for (Version)CAC CA-25 Winjeel

[Photo-ID: 3051] Hartmut Ehlers 2009-12-16
CAC CA-22 Winjeel, Royal Australian Navy, A85-364, c/n 0001, Hartmut Ehlers, 2009CAC
CA-22 Winjeel
Royal Australian Navy
Reg.: A85-364
c/n: 0001
 
The Winjeel prototype. It appears that the production series designator was CA-25.
RAN Fleet Air Arm Museum, Nowra NSW [NAS Nowra - HMAS Albatross (YSNW / NOA)]
[Photo-ID: 3039] Hartmut Ehlers 2009-12-11
CAC CA-25 Winjeel, Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Inc. (HARS), VH-EAD, c/n CA25-35, Hartmut Ehlers, 2009CAC
CA-25 Winjeel
Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Inc. (HARS)
Reg.: VH-EAD
c/n: CA25-35
 
Still airworthy thanks to HARS. As Royal Australian Navy A85-435
[Wollongong/Illawarra Regional Airport (YWOL / WOL)]