Serial: 7 (N1)
The IAR-14 is a Romanian low wing monoplane fighter-trainer aircraft designed before World War II. The airplane was designed by IAR design bureau in 1933 and it is an evolution from the IAR-12 prototype. The fuselage is of rectangular shape built from wood (the rear part) and duraluminum (the front part). The aircraft was equipped with the Lorraine-Dietrich 12 powerplant, produced under license by IAR, that also equipped the IAR 12. The first flight took place in June 1933. In September 1933 an order for 20 planes was placed. The production ended before World War II in 1939.
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