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1929-1935

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For expand its routes, VARIG acquired two Klemm L-25 aircraft, in 1929. Besides carrying mail cargo, it made advertising flights on Rio Grande do Sul state. They were registered as PP-VAA and PP-VAB, and named “Ruyzinho” and “Irma”. Klemm L-25 was a German aircraft with fixed landing gear, two cockpits and its fuselage was covered with wood. The L-25 could take off with only 50 km/h speed and was very easy to assemble.

Operated units

02

Constructor

Leichtflugzeugbau Klemm G.M.B.H., Germany

Model

Klemm L-25

Engine

Type 9 AD of 45 C.V. (Hirth HM 60 R 88 C.V.)

Wingspread

42,65 feet

Length

24,60 feet

Height

6,72 feet

Cruising speed

87 miles/hr.

Flight reach

404 miles

Cruising radius

04 hs 30 min

Maximum flight altitude

15,748 feet

Empty aircraft weight

420 Kg

Maximum take-off weight

926 pounds

Technical crew

01

Maximum number of passengers

01

 

 

 

 

 

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