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CA-25 Winjeel

Country of Origin: Australia


The Winjeel, no longer in service, was a two-seat Australian light aircraft used for both basic flight training and for observation roles.

The Winjeel featured a nose-mounted radial piston engine, a broad, low-set, slightly double-tapered wing, non-retractable landing gear and a side-by-side cockpit. The tail unit had the tailplane below the rudder section of the tailfin, rather than below the leading edge of the tailfin. The aircraft was not armed.


No longer in service.


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