Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
Aero 2 (Yugoslavia)
First post-war aeroplane of original design to come from the government factories in Yugoslavia. Produced as a two-seat trainer, the first pre-production aircraft flew on 19 October 1946. Built in quantity for the Yugoslav
Air Force and for civil use. Powered by either one 108 kW (145 lip) de Havilland Gipsy Major 10 (Models 2B and 2BE) or 119 kW (160 hp) Walter Minor 6-III engine. Aero 2B/C/F had open cockpits; Aero 2BE/D/E and 2H seaplane had enclosed cockpits. Dual controls standard. Max level speed 208 km/h (129 mph).