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Ikarus Aero 2.
Category. Statistic.
First flight on. 1940.
Retired on. 1959.
Major contractor(s).  Ikarbus a.d.
Dose it use nukes or cruse missiles. No.
Fight ceiling. 4500 m (14,765 ft).
Top speed. 208 km/h (129 mph).
VTOL. No.
Range 680 km (423 miles).
Crew, including instructor(s) 1.
Nationality(s). Yugoslavian.
Class. Primary trainer.
Rate of climb N\A, but probably akin to aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era.
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Yugoslav airplane Aero-2D, in the Museum of Yugoslav Aviation, Belgrade, Serbia. Airplane was used for pilot training in YUAF from 1948 to 1959, and later for civilian use. A Aero 2D on display at the Belgrade Aviation Museum in 2008. Author: Miroslav Cika.

  • Designed- 1938-89.
  • First flight- 1940.
  • Officially introduction- 1948.
  • Retired- 1959.
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