Quiz Nr. 6 - answers

SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

Question Nr. 1: SOKO G-4 Super Galeb

Oeffag CF (50.14)

Question Nr. 2: Oeffag CF (50.14)

Florov Typ 4302

Question Nr.3: Florov Type 4302

Praga E-51

Bonus: Praga E-51

Easy question Nr.1 was no problem for almost everyone. Questions 2 and 3 were a bit harder. But bonus question wasn't as difficult as I expected.

SOKO G-4 Super Galeb - basic and advanced trainer and light attack plane. Constructed in former Yugoslavia.

Oeffag CF (50.14) - austro-hungarian sigle-place fighter plane built in 1918. It joined competition of new fighter planes for K. u. K. Luftfahrtruppen in Aspern in June 1918. Due to weak performance its developement was canceled.

Comparison of Oeffag CF and Aviatik 30.24.

Florov Typ 4302 - single-place experimental plane powered by rocket engine. It has high-wing with wing-tips tilting down in 45° angle to achieve better stability in high speed flight.

Praga E-51 - czechoslovak tri-place reconnaissance and light bomber plane. First flight of single prototype took place in May 26. 1938. Airplane was powered by two Walter Sagitta I-MR engines with performance of 404 kW (550 hp) each. Maximal speed was 380 km/h. Ceiling 7000 m.

Comparison of Praga E-51 and Fokker G.1.