Dewoitine D.26


Dewoitine D.26, AMPA, HB-RAI, c/n 276 © Marc Wenger
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The Dewoitine D.26 is a single-engine single-seat trainer aircraft developed by the French manufacturer Dewoitine.
The Dewoitine D.26 was a lowered powered variant of the Dewoitine D.27 fighter and was assembled by EKW (Eidgenösschische Konstruktionswerkstätten) in Switzerland. The D.26 was in Service with the Schweizer Luftwaffe / Swiss Air Force only.
Propulsion1 Radial Engine
Engine ModelHispano-Suiza 9Qa
Engine Power184 kW247 hp
Speed241 km/h130 kts
  150 mph
Service Ceiling7.500 m24.606 ft
Rate of climb432 m/min1417 ft/min
Range500 km270 NM
311 mi.
Empty Weight763 kg1.682 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight1.068 kg2.355 lbs
Wing Span10,30 m33 ft 10 in
Wing Area17,6 m²189 ft²
Length6,72 m22 ft 1 in
Height2,78 m9 ft 1 in
First Flight04.12.1929
Production Statusout of production
Total Production11
Developed fromDewoitine D.27
Data for (Version)Dewoitine D.26