Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
FMA IA.50 Guarani I and II (Argentina)
The Guarani I light transport first flew in prototype form on 6 February 1962 and utilised about 20% of the structural components of the I A. 35 Huanquero. Power was provided by two 633.4 kW (850 hp) Turbomeca
Bastan IIIA turboprop engines. The Guarani II was developed from it and the prototype flew for the first time on 23 April 1963. It was placed in production for the Argentinian Air Force for communications, photographic (with the Military Geographic Institute) and executive transport duties, while the Navy received one as a staff transport. A total of 41 G.IIs were built.
Data (G.II): Engines two 693 kW (930 shp) Turbomeca Bastan VIA turboprops Wing span 19.59 m (64 ft 3 1/4 in) Length 15.3 m (50 ft 2 1/2 in) Max T-O weight 7,750 kg (17,085 lb) Max level speed 500 km/h (310 mph) Range 2,575 km (1,600 miles) Accommodation 10-15 passengers, paratroops, six stretchers and two attendants or other specialised interiors
An IA 50 Guarani II light transport operated by the Comando de Regiones Aereas.
IA 50 Guarani II ten fifteen-passenger light transport (two 930 shp Turbomeca Bastan Vl-A turboprop engines)
FMA IA 50 GII twin-turboprop multi-purpose aircraft of the Argentine Air Force
I.A.50 Guarani II ten/fifteen-passenger light transport (two 930 shp Turbomeca Bastan VI turboprop engines)
FMA IA 50 GII twin-turboprop multi-purpose aircraft ot the Argentine Air Force, fitted with wingtip tanks
IA 50 GII twin-turboprop light transport