- Role: Trainer
- Dimensions: Wingspan 10.36 m, length 8.04 m, height 2.92 m
- Engine: 1 x Cheetah V (260 hp)
- Crew: 3
- Number in service: 21
- Country of production: Great Britain
- Years in service: 1937 – 1941
The Avro 626 was a 3-seater, advanced training airplane, built by the British as an export model, that was used from 1937 to 1941. It was used in 10 different training configurations, with the 2- member crew usually occupying 2 of the 3 seats depending on the equipment it was carrying.
They were mainly used in “combat training”, equipped with a rotating machine gun for the observer, a camera or other equipment according to its configuration. Some of them were armed with training bomb rails.