Avia BH-11

Sport Aircraft / Trainer

Avia BK-11, Czechoslovak Air Force, c/n 17, Letecke Muzeum Kbely © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Avia BH-11 is a single-engine two-seat trainer and sports aircraft produced by the Czechoslovak manufacturer Avia. B.11 was the military designation. The variant BK-11 was used by the Czechoslovak Air Forces as a liaison aircraft.
The Avia BH-11 is a development of the Avia BH-9.
Propulsion1 Radial Engine
Engine ModelWalter NZ-60
Engine Power44 kW59 hp
max. Cruise Speed126 km/h68 kts
  78 mph
Speed157 km/h85 kts
  98 mph
Service Ceiling4.500 m14.764 ft
Range463 km250 NM
288 mi.
Empty Weight351 kg774 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight579 kg1.276 lbs
Wing Span9,72 m31 ft 11 in
Wing Area13,6 m146 ft
Length6,64 m21 ft 9 in
Height2,53 m8 ft 4 in
First Flight1923
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1924-1928
Total Production> 20
Developed fromAvia BH-9
Data for (Version)Avia BH-11
VariantsBH-11B, BH-11C, BK-11

[Photo-ID: 10480] Karsten Palt 2014-06-08
Avia BH-11C, , L-BONK, c/n 18, Karsten Palt, 2014Avia
Reg.: L-BONK
c/n: 18
Letecke Muzeum Kbely [Prague]
[Photo-ID: 10481] Karsten Palt 2014-06-08
Avia BK-11, Czechoslovak Air Force, , c/n 17, Karsten Palt, 2014Avia
Czechoslovak Air Force
Letecke Muzeum Kbely [Prague]