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.

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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