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Also Known As: Canberra PR9 and Canberra T4
Origin: United Kingdom
Parent System: Canberra
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1951
Total Production: ?
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Description: The English Electric Canberra was developed in the late years of the second world war (WWII) to replace Mosquito medium bomber in the Royal Air Force (RAF). The first aircraft achieved initial operational capability with the RAF by 1951. Since then, the Canberra has been performing as medium bomber and tactical reconnaissance aircraft carrying photographic equipment.
Canberra is powered by two Rolls-Royce Avon turbojets rated at 7,400-lb each. These engines are mounted in the projects and are projected forward. Typically, Canberra features a crew of two-man but the Canberra T4 has three seats because it was developed to provide training for Canberra aircrews. In addition to the RAF, Canberra has been sold to Argentina, Chile, India and Peru.
In September 2005 the RAF retired from active service the last Canberra T4. Canberra PR9, which is the last variant in active service and conducts photographic reconnaissance missions, is expected to remain in service until 2006.
Number of Engines: 2
Length: 20.4 meter (67 foot)
Wingspan: 20.7 meter (68 foot)
Ceiling: 13,700 meter (44,948 foot)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 244 mps (879 kph)
Max Takeoff Thrust: 14,800 pound (6,713 kilogram)
Max Takeoff Weight: 25,000 kilogram (55,115 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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