Arado Ar 69
Type
A two seat trainer
B two seat trainer
C ?
D single seat aerobatic trainer
Engine
1 Argus As 8 B 135 hp
1 Bramo Sh 14 A  150 hp
 
1 Bramo Sh 14 A  150 hp
Dimensions
Length 7,22 m span 9,00 m height
3,02 m wingarea 20,75 m2
Length 7,22 m height 2,75 m span
9,00 m wingarea 20,70 m2
wingloading 32,85 kg/m2
powerloading 4,54 kg/hp
   
Weights
Weight empty 505 kg flying weight
805 kg
Weight empty 540 kg load 140 kg
flying weight 680 kg
   
Performance
 
Max. speed 184 km/h climb to 1000
m 3,4 min. service ceiling 5600 m
range 560 km
   
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
A
113
D-2821
Prototype tested in Rechlin
A
114
D-2822
 
A
115
D-2823
 
B
136
D-2824
 
B
137
D-2825
 
B
138
D-2826
 
B
139
D-2827
 
B
140
D-2828
 
B
141
D-2829
 
D ?
1529
   
 
1530
   
 
1531
   
A
Arado developed the light trainer Ar 69 in mid thirties. Similar design as the Ar 67 and Ar 68. The wings were much staggered with a 10 degrees sweep back. The last plane wwas delivered in November 1937. The Ar 69 was mainly used by the NSFK. Hauptmann a. D. Dittmar took part in the competition "Quer durch die Kurmark" with good results and took a second place in the so called "Zweiten Küstenflug. The aircraft was showed  at the XIV. Pariser Aéro-Salon in 1934.
A prototype
B
Known civil registrations : A) D-EFYX  B) D-EPYT, D-ETAN  Other D-ERES, D-ETYP