Slingsby T67 Firefly


Slingsby T-67M-260 Firefly, Defence Elementary Flying Training School (Babcock), © Mick Bajcar
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The Slingsby T67 Firefly is a light single-engine two-seat trainer aircraft produced by the British manufacturer Slingsby Aviation.
The Slingsby T67 Firefly is a development of the Fournier RF6B which was later developed into the four-seat Sportavia-Pützer RS-180 Sportsman. The T67 Firefly features a construction of composite materials instead of the all-wooden construction of its forerunner Fournier RF6.
Propulsion1 Piston Engine
Engine ModelLycoming O-320-D2A
Engine Power119 kW160 hp
max. Cruise Speed259 km/h140 kts
  161 mph
max. Speed (vne)333 km/h180 kts
  207 mph
Service Ceiling3.658 m12.000 ft
Range1.046 km565 NM
650 mi.
Empty Weight685 kg1.510 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight975 kg2.150 lbs
Wing Span10,59 m34 ft 9 in
Wing Area12,6 m˛136 ft˛
Length7,32 m24 ft 0 in
Height2,36 m7 ft 9 in
First Flight15.05.1981 (12.03.74 RF6B)
Production Statusout of production
Total Production>280
Developed fromFournier RF6B
Data for (Version)Slingsby T67C-3 Firefly
VariantsT67A, T67B, T67M, T67M200, T67C, T67M260, T-3A, CT-111 Firefly