Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
Aero Boero 95 (Argentina)
Three-seat all-metal light monoplane suitable for private or business flying, training and agricultural use. Prototype first flown on 12 March 1959. Versions built included the AB 95 Standard with a 71 kW (95 hp) Continental
C-90-8F flat-four engine; AB 95A De Lujo with a 74.5 kW (100 hp) Continental O-200-A engine; AB 95A Fumigador agricultural version with an O-200-A engine and dusting or spraying equipment; AB 95B with a 112 kW (150 hp) engine; and AB 95/115, which was similar to the AB 95B but with an 85.5 kW (115 hp) Lycoming O-235-C2A engine, mainwheel fairings and a more streamlined cowling.
Aero Boero 115BS (Argentina)
Final production version of the Aero Boero 95 and 95/115 series. First flown in February 1973. Similar to the AB 95/115 but with a sweptback fin and rudder, increased wing span and greater fuel capacity. Twenty-five built. Production ended in 1976.
Aero Boero 150RV and 150Ag (Argentina)
AB 150RV is essentially a lower-powered version of the AB 180RV, certificated in the Normal category. Four built and five ordered by spring 1978. Powered by one 112kW (150 hp) Lycoming O-320-A2B flat-four engine. AB 150Ag is certificated in the Restricted category for use as an agricultural aircraft and has a similar power plant to that of the AB 150RV. Equipment includes a non-corrosible glassfibre underfuselage tank with a capacity of 270 litres (71.3 US gallons) of liquid chemicals.
Data (AB 150RV): Engine as above Wing span and length as for the AB 180RV Max cruising speed 211 km/h (131 mph)
Aero Boero 180Ag (Argentina)
Version of the AB 180 for use as an agricultural aircraft. Ten built and six ordered by spring 1978.
Aero Boero 180, 180RV and 180RVR ( Argentina)
The AB 180 was the initial version, thought to have first flown in 1967. Built as a four-seater with a wing span of 10.7 m (35 ft 1 in) and as a three-seater with a wing span of 10.42 in (34 ft 2 1/4 in). This model was followed by the three-seat AB 180RV standard version with a recontoured fuselage, sweptback fin and rudder and
increased fuel capacity. First flown in 1972. The AB 180RVR glider-towing version (also first flown in 1972) has a towing hook and a transparent roof panel. A two-seat or pilot and 100 kg (220 lb) underfuselage cargo pack high-altitude version (with optional turbocharger) was also produced as the AB 180 Condor. Total of 45 AB 180RV/RVRs had been built and seven ordered by spring 1978.
Data (180RV/RVR): Engine one 134 kW (180 hp) Lycoming O-360-A1A flat-four Wingspan 10.72 m (35 ft 2 in) Length 7.273 m (23 ft 10 1/4 in) Max T-O weight 844 kg (1,860 lb) Max level speed (AB 180RV) 245 km/h (152 mph) Range 1,180 km (733 miles)
Aero Boero 180SP (Argentina)
Biplane version of AB 180 produced by adding short-span lower wings on basic aircraft. Agricultural chemical tankage provided in lower wings.
Aero Boero 95 (95 hp Continental C90 engine)
Aero Boero 95 three-seat light aircraft (95 hp Continental C90-8F engine)
Aero Boero 95/115 three-seat light aircraft (115 hp Lycoming O-235 engine)
Aero Boero 115 BS three-seat light aircraft (115 hp Lycoming O-235 engine)
Aero Boero 180 RV three-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1A engine)
Aero Boero 180 Condor light aircraft, with ventral pack for air-droppable cargo
Aero Boero 180 Ag, with underwing spraybars and ventral chemical pod