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SIEBEL Si 204



Type: Crew trainer, transport, ambulance and utility aircraft
Origin: Siebel Flugzeugwerke KG
Models: A and D series
First Flight: Early 1941
Service Delivery: N/A
Final Delivery: N/A

Engine: Model: Argus As 411
Type: Aircooled inverted V12
Horsepower: 600 hp
Number: Two


Dimensions:
Wing span: 21.33m (69 ft. 11.75 in.)
Length: 11.95m (39 ft. 2.5 in.)
Height: 4.25m (13 ft. 11.5 in.)
Wing Surface Area: N/A
  Weights:
Empty: 3,950kg (8,709 lbs.)
Maximum: 5,600kg (12,347 lbs.)

Performance:
Maximum Speed: 364kph (226 mph)
Initial climb: N/A
Range: 1,800km (1,119 Miles)
Service Ceiling: N/A


Armament:
None fitted

Comments
The Siebel Si 204 was a small twin-engined transport and trainer aircraft developed during World War II. It was based on the Fh 104. Originally designed in response to a RLM development order for a small civil transport plane in 1938, it was eventually produced for the Luftwaffe.



Sources:
Gunston, Bill & Wood, Tony - Hitler's Luftwaffe, 1977, Salamander Books Ltd., London

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