|Top speed 185 km/h|
Length 6.9 m
Designer Antanas Gustaitis
|Wingspan 11 m|
First flight 1929
|Manufacturer Karo aviacijos tiekimo skyrius|
The ANBO III was a parasol-wing monoplane training and utility aircraft designed for the Lithuanian Army in 1929. It became the first aircraft of Lithuanian design to be built in series, with two batches of four aircraft produced in 1930 and 1931. The ANBO IIIs also saw service as reconnaissance machines.
In early 1931 the ANBO III was flying with a 108 kW (145 hp) Walter Mars I, a nine-cylinder radial engine but production aircraft were powered by Armstrong Siddeley Genet Major radials.
Specifications (Walter Mars I engine)
Data from Les Ailes April 1931