DASSAULT AVIATION

2160 km/h

maximum speed

7300 kp

maximum thrust with afterburner + SEPR rocket engine

1200 km

range of action

HISTORY

The J-2301 aircraft on display at the Museum flew 2,242 hours.

The J-2301 is the only Mirage IIIS, with the J-2302, to have been built in France at Dassault. Both were initially used for reception and test flights by the Armaments Group (GDA).
On September 8, 1972, the J-2301, equipped with special flight test equipment, was placed at the disposal of the Air Force Experimental Team (EEA) of the air force, created and directed by Captain Carrel.

The future Commander of the Air Force will perform most of his flying hours in a Mirage IIIS and fly it until 1987.

The J-2301 was donated to the Foundation by the Air Force and was transported from Buochs to Payerne in 2002.

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

Engaged: from 1966 to 1999
Mission: Interception and low altitude penetration in all weathers
Reactor: ATAR 09 C-3
Max. thrust: 4’300 kp
With afterburning: 6’000 kp
With afterburner + SEPR rocket engine: 7’300 kp

With afterburner and 8 JATOS: 9’600 kp
Maximum take-off weight: 12’600 kg
Maximum speed: Mach 2 (2160 km/h to 10’000 m/sea)
Ceiling: 23’000 m/sea
Range of action: 1’200 km

OTHER AIRCRAFTS ON DISPLAY

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LOCATION

MILITARY AVIATION MUSEUM OF PAYERNE
BASE AÉRIENNE – 1530 PAYERNE VD
SWITZERLAND

GPS

N 46°50’35” (46.84285) / E 6° 54’45” (6.91224)

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