Flight, June 1934
A LIGHT PUSHER MONOPLANE
Details of an Interesting little Machine with a Pobjoy "R" Engine built in Batavia
UNUSUALLY good performance figures are quoted for a light monoplane built by the Walraven Company at their works at Bandoeng,
Batavia, Dutch East Indies. The machine has a Pobjoy "R" engine arranged in a nacelle on "stilts" above the fuselage, and both the view and the comfort for the two occupants should be good.
Mr. H. G. Shaw, of Shell-Mex & B.P., Ltd., who saw it during his tour to Australia, speaks of it as an extremely smart as well as practical aeroplane. The data given are as follows:-
Length, o.a. 20-7 ft. (6-3 m).
Wing span 30-5 ft. (9-3 m).
Weight with two passengers 1 100 lb. (525 kg).
Top speed 121 m.p.h. (195 km/hr).
Landing speed 46 m.p.h. (75 km/hr).