Miles M.2 Hawk
The Miles Hawk Trainer was a 1930s British two-seat training monoplane designed by Miles Aircraft Limited.
The Miles Hawk Trainer was developed from the Hawk Major to meet a requirement to supplement the de Havilland Tiger Moth in the training role. The aircraft had dual controls, blind flying equipment and vacuum operated flaps. In 1937 the design was further developed to meet an Air Ministry specification for a trainer and became the M.14 Magister.
Type
Two seat trainer
Engine
1  de Havilland Gipsy Major
Dimensions
Length 7,32 m, height  2,03 m, span 10,36 m, wing area 16,35 m2
Weights
Empty weight 549 kg, flying weight 780 kg
Performance
Maximum speed 241 km/h, range 644 km, sevice ceiling 4875 m, climb 6,6 m/sec.
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
   
D-EBNF