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AB180 

Role 
Civil utility aircraft 
Manufacturer 
Aero Boero 
First flight 
1967 
The Aero Boero AB180 is an Argentine civil utility aircraft, a substantially improved development of the AB95. It featured a more powerful engine and incorporated the aerodynamic changes made on the AB115 and improved on them. The first example flew in 1967 and it was still in production as of 1997.
Variants
 AB180RV  longrange version
 AB180RVR  glider tug
 AB180 Condor  high altitude version of 1971 with optional turbocharger (4 built)
 AB180Ag  agricultural aircraft with 270 l (66 US gal) belly tank for chemicals
 AB180SP  180Ag with an additional set of short wings to make a sesquiplane
 AB180PSA  two seat preselection aircraft
Specifications (AB180RVR)
General characteristics
 Crew: one, pilot
 Capacity: 3 passengers
 Length: 7.08 m (23 ft 3 in)
 Wingspan: 10.78 m (35 ft 5 in)
 Height: 2.05 m (6 ft 9 in)
 Wing area: 17.4 m² (187 ft²)
 Empty: 602 kg (1,327 lb)
 Loaded: kg ( lb)
 Maximum takeoff: 890 kg (1,962 lb)
 Powerplant: 1x Textron Lycoming O360A1A, 135 kW (180 hp)
Performance
 Maximum speed: 225 km/h (140 mph)
 Range: 1,180 km (737 miles)
 Service ceiling: m ( ft)
 Rate of climb: 312 m/min (1,025 ft/min)
 Wing loading: kg/m² ( lb/ft²)
 Power/Mass: kW/kg ( hp/lb)
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See also
Related development: Aero Boero AB150
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Published  July 2009

