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Grob G115 - Germany, 1999

Detailing the development and operational history of the Grob G115 Basic Trainer / Light Aircraft.

 Entry last updated on 8/8/2017; Authored by Staff Writer; Content ¬©

The Grob G115, serving operators worldwide, counts the Royal Air Force of Britain as its largest customer with nearly 120 aircraft in inventory.

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Grob G115 Specifications

Service Year: 1999
Type: Basic Trainer / Light Aircraft
National Origin: Germany
Manufacturer(s): Grob Aircraft - Germany
Total Production: 330

Structural (Crew, Dimensions, Weights)

Operating Crew (Typical): 2
Overall Length: 24.77 feet (7.55 meters)
Overall Width: 32.81 feet (10.00 meters)
Overall Height: 7.87 feet (2.40 meters)

Weight (Empty): 1,510 lb (685 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 2,205 lb (1,000 kg)

Power / Performance (Engine Type, Top Speed)

Engine: 1 x AEIO-360-B1F/B 4-cylinder air-cooled piston engine developing 180 horsepower.

Maximum Speed: 186 knots (214 mph; 345 kph)
Maximum Range: 621 nautical miles (715 miles; 1,150 km)
Service Ceiling: 10,007 feet (3,050 meters; 1.90 miles)
Rate-of-Climb: 1,045 feet-per-minute (319 m/min)

Armament / Mission Payload


Global Operators (Customers, Users)

Australia; Belgium; Canada; Egypt; Finland; Kenya; Norway; Portugal; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom

Model Variants

G115 - Base Series Designation