Morane-Saulnier MS AR-35EP2
The Morane-Saulnier AR was a trainer which was produced in France during and after the First World War. The type was developed from the Morane-Saulnier LA and also a parasol-wing monoplane with two open cockpits in tandem.
The construction of the hull was a wooden frame, covered with linen, the front part was covered with metal.
Large-scale production began just after the armistice, the type designation MS.35, and a number of subtypes mainly differed from each other from the motor used.
Although the Morane-Saulnier was hoping for the civilian market, most of the devices were sold to the French army. There are about 400 pieces were built in total.
Many aircraft were sold after their military careers.
- Type AR: original version
- MS.35R: main produciton version with Le Rhône 9C motor
- MS.35A: version with an Anzani motor
- MS.35C: version with a Clerget 9C motor
|Length:||6,67 m||Wingspan:||10,57 m|
|Height:||2,6 m||Wing area:||- m2|
|Empty weight:||318 kg||Max. start weight:||465 kg|
|Max. speed:||125 km/hr||Climbing speed:||- m/min|
|Cruising speed:||- km/hr|
|Range:||- km||Service ceiling:||4600 m|
|Engine type:||One Le Rhône 9C rated 80 hp|
|Crew:||Two men: one instructor plus on pupil|