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Ansaldo SVA-5

Artiplast Ansaldo SVA-5 model box and kit. The cover illustration is of two Ansaldo S.V.A.s from the Venetian La Serenissima squadron flown in the August 9, 1918 Flight over Vienna led by Gabriele D'Annunzio.

Artiplast Ansaldo SVA-5 model box and kit. The cover illustration is of two Ansaldo S.V.A.s from the Venetian La Serenissima squadron flown in the August 9, 1918 Flight over Vienna led by Gabriele D'Annunzio.

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Ansaldo SVA-5

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The elegant Ansaldo SVA-5 was an Italian single-seat fighter introduced in March 1918.

Maximum speed: 230kph/143mph. Ceiling: 6,650m/21,818ft.

Ansaldo SVA-5 is an aircraft: single-seat scout plane.

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Statistics for Ansaldo SVA-5 (2)

Type Statistic Source
Maximum speed (mph) 147 mph The S.V.A. (Ansaldo) Scouts by Gianni Cattaneo
Length in Feet 26.575' The S.V.A. (Ansaldo) Scouts by Gianni Cattaneo