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First aircraft designed in Brazil to be built in series from 1936, following the lines of coaches period. For their manufacture was established National Air Navigation Company. The Military Aviation of the Army bought eight of the 27 built, but by having a weak engine, then were transferred to air clubs, pilot training for the reserve, leaving military service in 1941.


  • Muniz
    : Biplane, single engine two-seater tandem
  • Use: Basic training
  • Length: 7.24 m
  • Height: 2.85 m
  • Wingspan: 9.00 m
  • Wing surface: 20.10 m2
  • Weight: 560 kg (empty) 860 kg (maximum)
  • Engine: De Havilland Gipsy Major (130 hp), 4 cylinder in-line inverted air-cooled
  • Maximum speed: 190 km / h
  • Rate of Climb: 192 m / min
  • Ceiling: 5.200 m
  • Range: 450 km

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