Arado Ar 69

The Arado Ar 69 was a two-seat German beginners school and sports aircraft with open cockpits of the Arado Flugzeugwerke. Developed in 1933, the aircraft was based on the Arado Ar 66 The plane was a two-seat biplane of mixed fiber. The swept-back wings were made of wood and the hull of a steel tube frame; both were covered with fabric.


  • Ar 69 A: Planned production version with an air-cooled four-cylinder inline engine Hirth HM 504 A with 105 hp.
  • Ar 69 B: Modified standard design with a radial engine BMW Bramo Sh 14 A with 140 hp.

There were only manufactured test samples. Mass production was omitted.


Arado Ar 69 B

  • Wingspan: 9.00 m
  • Length: 7.2 m
  • Height: 2.7 m
  • Empty weight: 540 kg
  • Max. Start Weight: 680 kg
  • Maximum speed: 184 km / h
  • Ceiling: 5,600 m