AVRO Vulcan

Aircraft
Name: 
Vulcan
Manufacturer: 
Body: 
Narrow
Wing: 
Fixed Wing
Position: 
Delta wing
Type Code: 
L4J
Engine: 
Jet
Engine Count: 
Multi
Position: 
In rear fuselage
Landing gear: 
Tricycle retractable
Manufacturered as
AVRO 698 Vulcan
AVRO Vulcan

VULC

The Avro Vulcan (sometimes referred to as the Hawker Siddeley Vulcan) was a jet-powered delta wing strategic bomber, which was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1956 until 1984. Aircraft manufacturer A.V. Roe and Company (Avro) designed the Vulcan.

Note: The ICAO Designator VULC has been removed from ICAO Doc 8643 as aircraft of this type no longer exist in airworthy condition.

Technical Data
Wing span: 
30.03 m
Length: 
29.59 m
Height: 
8.00 m
Powerplant: 

4 x Bristol Olympus 101, or 102 or 104 turbojet, 49 kN each.

Engine Model: 
Bristol Olympus
Indicative Performance Data
Take-Off
V2: 
n/a
Distance: 
n/a
MTOW: 
77111 kg
Initial Climb (to 5000 ft)
IAS: 
n/a
ROC: 
n/a
Initial Climb (to FL150)
IAS: 
n/a
ROC: 
n/a
Initial Climb (to FL240)
IAS: 
n/a
ROC: 
n/a
MACH Climb
MACH: 
n/a
ROC: 
n/a
Cruise
TAS: 
492 kts
MACH: 
0.86
Ceiling: 
550
Range: 
2252 NM
Initial Descent (to FL240)
MACH: 
n/a
ROD: 
n/a
Descent (to FL100)
IAS: 
n/a
ROD: 
n/a
Descent (FL100 & below)
IAS: 
n/a
MCS: 
n/a
ROD: 
n/a
Approach
Vapp (IAS): 
n/a
Distance: 
n/a

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