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CFM International CFM56


The CFM International CFM56 is one of the most common turbo fan engines ever constructed with some 32,000 constructed since the early 1970s.  It has been used in aircraft types such as the Boeing 737, Airbus A320 and the McDonnell Douglas DC8.

Country of Origin: United States of America
Engine: Dual rotor, axial flow, high bypass ratio turbofan. Thrust range: 18,500Ib to 34,000Ib

Bristol Scout D


Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Engine: Le' Rhone, 80hp 9-cylinder rotary piston engine
Top Speed: 161 Km/h, 100 MPH, 87 Knots


Rolls Royce Avon

Turbo Jet

Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Engine: Two-stage Axial flow turbo jet. Thrust range: 12,690 lbf (56.4 kN) dry, 16,360 lbf (72.8 kN) with reheat.
Top Speed:


Fokker Dr.1


Country of Origin: German Empire
Engine: Rotec R3600, 150hp, 9-cylinder radial piston engine
Top Speed:



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