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| aircrafttype    = Biplane trainer
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| aircraftrole    = Basic Flight Training
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| aircraftdesigner = Avro
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| aircraftmanufacturer = Avro
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| aircraftproduced = 1932-39
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| aircraftnumberbuilt = 104
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| aircraftprimaryusers = RAAF; RAF; Ireland
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| aircraftinservice = 1932
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| aircraftoutofservice = 1946
 
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==Remarks==
 
==Remarks==
Known in the RAAF as Avro Trainers.
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Known in the RAAF as Avro Trainers, the Avro 643 Cadet was a variation of the earlier Cadet 631. A modified rear fuselage with a raised rear seat. 34 of them were fitted with a rear tailwheel for the RAAF and delivered between November 1935 and February 1939. They remained in service until 1946 after which the remaining ones were sold to private buyers..                                                  .
  
 
==General characteristics==
 
==General characteristics==
  
*Crew:
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*Crew:Two - Instructor & Trainee pilot
*Length:  
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*Length: 7.55 m
*Wingspan:  
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*Wingspan: 9.20 m
*Height:  
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*Height: 2.69 m
*Empty weight:  
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*Empty weight: 585 kg                                                         
*Max takeoff weight:  
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*Max takeoff weight: 907 kg
*Powerplant:  
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*Powerplant: 1 x Armstrong Siddeley Genet Major 1 A
*Maximum speed:  
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*Maximum speed: 187 km/h
*Range:  
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*Range: 161km/h
*Service ceiling:  
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*Service ceiling: 3,660 m
 
*Armament
 
*Armament
*Guns:  
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*Guns: Nil
*Bombs:
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*Bombs:Nil
  
 
==Crew members==
 
==Crew members==
  
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==Ground Crew members==
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===No. 1 Flying Training School===
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*† [[Herman Fred Sass]] 17 May 1937 - 4 Jul 1937
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:23, 26 June 2020

Avro Cadets
Avro Cadet 2s.jpg
RAAF photo
Avro Cadet.jpg
photo by Phil Vabre
History
Type Biplane trainer
Role Basic Flight Training
Designer Avro
Manufacturer Avro
Produced 1932-39
Number built 104
Primary users RAAF; RAF; Ireland
In service 1932
Out of service 1946


Remarks

Known in the RAAF as Avro Trainers, the Avro 643 Cadet was a variation of the earlier Cadet 631. A modified rear fuselage with a raised rear seat. 34 of them were fitted with a rear tailwheel for the RAAF and delivered between November 1935 and February 1939. They remained in service until 1946 after which the remaining ones were sold to private buyers.. .

General characteristics

  • Crew:Two - Instructor & Trainee pilot
  • Length: 7.55 m
  • Wingspan: 9.20 m
  • Height: 2.69 m
  • Empty weight: 585 kg
  • Max takeoff weight: 907 kg
  • Powerplant: 1 x Armstrong Siddeley Genet Major 1 A
  • Maximum speed: 187 km/h
  • Range: 161km/h
  • Service ceiling: 3,660 m
  • Armament
  • Guns: Nil
  • Bombs:Nil

Crew members

Ground Crew members

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