Avia BH-5
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The Avia BH-5 was a two-seat sport aircraft built in Czechoslovakia in 1923. It was based on the firm's experience with the BH-1 and shared that aircraft's basic design: a low-wing braced monoplane. It received the nickname Boska due to its registration L-BOSA an appellation that was later transferred to the various Avia aircraft derived from this design.

* Avia BH-5 two seat light aircraft * Avia BH-9 two seat light aircraft * Avia BH-10 single seat aerobatic aircraft 1
Avia BH-5 two seat light aircraft Avia BH-9 two seat light aircraft Avia BH-10 single seat aerobatic aircraft Avia BH-12 two seat light aircraft Avia BH-16 single seat 2
* Avia BH-5 two-seat light aircraft * Avia BH-9 two-seat light aircraft * Avia 3

Made by Avia.

Avia BH-5 two seat light aircraft Avia BH-9 two seat light aircraft Avia BH-10 single seat aerobatic aircraft Avia BH-12 two seat light aircraft 4
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Empty Weight Lb
743
Wing Area Sqm
14
Designer
Miroslav Hajn
Pavel BeneŇ°
Pavel BeneŇ° and Miroslav Hajn
Eng 1 Type
Anzani radial
Max Speed Mph
94
Eng 1 Kw
52
Gross Weight Lb
1268
Capacity
1
Span Ft
31
Number Built
1
Crew
one pilot
Climb Rate Ftmin
550
Empty Weight Kg
337
Gross Weight Kg
575
Span M
10
Range Km
480
Climb Rate Ms
3
Manufacturer
Range Miles
300
First Flight
1923
Max Speed Kmh
150
Span In
10
Origin
Czechoslovakia
National Origin
Czechoslovakia
Wing Area Sqft
145
Met Or Eng
met
Length Ft
21
Eng 1 Hp
70
Eng 1 Number
1
Length In
6
Length M
7
Category

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