Далее компания "Praga" предложила E.210 с двухкилевым оперением и двумя моторами Walter Minor мощностью по 95 л.с.
Flight, November 1936
THE PARIS AERO SHOW
CIVIL TYPES in PARIS
Ceskomoravska Kolben Danek S.A., of Prague, are showing a big brother of the Praga Baby. This machine, the Praga E.210, is a four-seater cabin monoplane, with dual controls and two Walter Mikron engines mounted in the trailing edge of the wing and driving pusher airscrews. It is of all-wood construction and looks as if it should be quite a comfortable machine, with the engines outboard and behind the occupants. In spite of the low power (two engines of 45-50 h.p. each) a speed of 143 m.p.h. is claimed, while the range is 370 miles.
The Praga E.210 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (two 85/95 h.p. Walter "Minor" engines).
The Czechoslovakian Praga company developed some delightful-looking civilian light aircraft. The twin-engined four-seater E.210 appeared in 1935. It was powered by a pair of 95hp (71kW) Walter Minors arranged as pushers. Can readers give more details, eg how many were built?
On the Czech stand the tail of the Letov general-purpose machine is in the foreground. Beyond it is the twin-pusher Praga E.210, and finally the Benes Bibi-Be 550
A highly-polished Blenheim I was displayed on the Bristol stand, the prototype having flown on June 25, 1936. Immediately behind is a Praga E.210; to its left a Benes-Mraz Be 550 Bibi and to its right at Letov S.528.
Необычный внешне E.211 представлял собой четырехместный моноплан с двумя моторами, оснащенными толкающими винтами.
The Praga E.210 Four-seat Pusher Monoplane (two 105 h.p. Walter Minor 4-III engines).
The installation of one of the Walter Minor engines in the trailing edge of the Praga E.210. The undercarriage is of cantilever type, with the springing housed inside the fuselage.