|LENGTH||19ft 9in / 5,9m|
|HEIGHT||7ft 2in / 2,25m|
|WING SPAN||21ft 7in / 6,6m|
|WEIGHT||Net: 420kg / 925lb
Full: 586kg / 1290lb
Take-off: 586kg / 1290lb
|ENGINE||1 piston, asteroid Siemens-Bramo SH-14A4|
|MAX SPEED||133Mph / 214Kmh|
|MAX OPERATING ALTITUDE||20,000ft / 6,100m|
Based on the design of the Bucker Jungmann, Jungmeister was designed from the outset as an aerobatic aircraft for air shows. The Jungmeister has been used longer for aerobatic demonstrations and competition than any other aerobatic design, for more than 30 years. The Bü 133C racked up numerous victories in international aerobatic competitions.
Its production in 1935. The new plane, which used the tail wing of the Jungmann but was slightly smaller, was named BU-133 Jungmeister (young champion). In its maiden flight, it was flown by Luise Hoffmann, the first woman works pilot in Germany.
Registry: USA/FAA N-133 BJ, Type: Single-engine propeller biplane, advanced aerobatic trainer, Manufacturer: Bucker Flugzeugbau GmbH / Dornier Werke, Country of origin: Germany / Switzerland / USA, First flight: 1935, Date of puchase: 1997