|Designer||Pavel Beneš and Miroslav Hajn|
|Primary users||Czechoslovakian Airlines|
Typical of airliners of its time, it seated five passengers within its fuselage, whilst the pilots sat in an open cockpit above. Of conventional configuration, it was a single-bay bi-plane of equal span and unstaggered wings, with fixed tailskid landing gear. Originally designed for a Lorraine-Dietrich engine, this was changed to a Bristol Jupiter in service. After their withdrawal from airline use in 1936, some were used by the military for a while before finally becoming training targets.
- BH-25L – with Lorraine Dietrich engine
- BH-25J – with Bristol Jupiter engine
- Czechoslovakian Airlines – eight aircraft
- Crew: 2
- Capacity: 5 pax / 500 kg (1,100 lb) payloiad
- Fuel capacity: 400 kg (880 lb) fuel and oil
- Propellers: 2-bladed fixed-pitch propeller
- Time to altitude: 2,000 m (6,600 ft) in 16 minutes; 3,000 m (9,800 ft) in 30 minutes
- Power/mass: 0.1095 kW/kg (0.0666 hp/lb)
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