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Arado Ar 195

Manufacturer: Arado Flugzeugwerke
First flight: 1937
Status: Prototype
Primary user: Luftwaffe
Number built: 3
Developed from: Arado Ar 95

The Arado Ar 195 was a single-engine prototype carrier-based torpedo bomber built by the German firm Arado for service on the German aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin during World War II.

Design and development

A derivative of the Ar 95, fitted with an arrestor hook and catapult equipment as well as a taller canopy, the Ar 195 was intended as a torpedo bomber to equip Nazi Germany's first aircraft carrier, the Graf Zeppelin. While three prototypes were flown in 1937, the design did not meet the requirements of the specification and so was rejected in favour of the Fieseler Fi 167, which was considered superior.




Specifications (Ar 195)

Data from German Aircraft of the Second World War

General characteristics

Crew: 2
Length: 10.5 m (34 ft 5⅜ in)
Wingspan: 12.5 m (41 ft 0⅛ in)
Height: 3.6 m (11 ft 9 in)
Wing area: 46 m (495 ft)
Empty weight: 2,380 kg (5,248 lb)
Loaded weight: 3,745 kg (8,257 lb)
Powerplant: 1 x BMW 132 M Radial engine, 609 kW (819 hp)(originally quoted as 830 PS )


Maximum speed: 282 km/h (152 kn, 175 mph)
Cruise speed: 250 km/h (135 kn, 155 mph)
Range: 650 km (351 nmi, 404 mi)
Service ceiling: 6,000 m (19,700 ft)


Guns: 1 x fixed, forward-firing 7.92 mm (.312 in) MG 17 machine gun and 1 x flexible, rearward-firing MG 15 machine gun 7.92 mm (.312 in) machine gun in the rear cockpit
Bombs: 1 x torpedo or 1 x bomb on an under-fuselage rack

Related development

Arado Ar 95

Comparable aircraft

Fieseler Fi 167
Fairey Albacore

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