February 1, 1941

AVIATION'S 1941 Directory

Civil Aircraft 1 to 3 Seats

AVIATION'S 1941 Directory

American Aircraft Engine Specifications

AVIATION'S 1941 Directory

Aviation's Civil Aircraft Specifications

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AVIATION'S 1941 Directory

Civil Aircraft 1 to 3 Seats

SPECIFICATIONS: Span 36 ft., overall length 21 ft. 1 in., height overall 9 ft., landing gear tread 72 in.; wing loading 7.4 lb. per sq. ft., power loading 19.23 lb. per hp., weight empty 720 lb.; gross weight, 1250 lb. The Model 65CA is powered by a Continental engine and the Model 65LB is powered by a Lycoming engine both rated at 65 hp. at sea level.
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AVIATION'S 1941 Directory

American Aircraft Engine Specifications

AVIATION does not assume responsibility for the figures given
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AVIATION'S 1941 Directory

Aviation's Civil Aircraft Specifications

Aeronautical Corp. of America........... Aeronautical Corp. of America........... Aeronautical Corp. of America........... Aeronautical Corp. of America........... Air Transport Mfg. Co., Ltd............. Air Transport Mfg. Co., Ltd.............
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Military

SPECIFICATIONS:Span 34 ft., length overall 29 ft. 9 in., height overall 9 ft. 2.75 in., landing gear tread 136 inches, wing loading 31.03 lb. per square foot, power loading 6.07 lb. per horse power, weight empty 4,955, gross weight 6,662, powered by an Allison engine, total rated horse power 1,090 at an altitude of 15,000 feet, fuel capacity 140 gallons, normal range 1,560 miles, fuel consumption at cruising speed 56.6 gallons per hour, diameter of propeller 124.5 in., wing area (including ailerons) 213 sq. ft., total aileron area 15.04 sq. ft., fin area 9.81 sq. ft., rudder area 10.22 sq. ft., stabilizer area 24.22 sq. ft., total elevator area 17.34 sq. ft.
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Military

Manufacturer.................... Beech Aircraft Corp............. Beech Aircraft Corp............. Beech Aircraft Corp............. Beech Aircraft Corp............. Beech Aircraft Corp............. Beech Aircraft Corp.............
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AVIATION'S 1941 Directory

Civil Aircraft 4 to 5 Seats

SPECIFICATIONS: Span 32 ft., overall length 26 ft. 7⅜ in., overall height 8 ft., landing gear tread 86 in., wing loading 14.17 lb. per sq. ft., power loading 13.1 lb. per hp., weight empty 2,517, gross weight 4.250 lb., powered by a Wright Whirlwind engine, total rated hp. 320, at sea level, fuel capacity 98 gallons, normal range 820 miles, fuel consumption at cruising speed 17 gallons per hour, diameter of propeller 99 in., wing area (including ailerons) 296.5 sq. ft., total aileron area 23.75 sq. ft., fin area 6.56 sq. ft., rudder area 8.7 sq. ft., stabilizer area 24.5 sq. ft., total elevator area 16.6 sq. ft.
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6 Or More Seats

Air Transport Mfg. Co., Ltd.............. Air Transport Mfg. Co., Ltd.............. Beech Aircraft Corp...................... Beech Aircraft Corp...................... Bellanca ................................ Bellanca.................................
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Civil Aircraft 6 Or More Seats

SPECIFICATIONS: Span 47 ft. 8 in., overall length 34 ft. 3 in., height overall 9 ft. 5 in., landing gear tread 154¾ in., wing loading 21.5 lb. per sq. ft., power loading 8.3 lb. per hp., weight empty 5,056 lb., gross weight 7,500 lb. The two P. & W. Wasp, Jr. engines are rated at 900 hp. at sea level, the fuel capacity is 210 gallons, normal range 1,100 miles, fuel consumption at cruising speed 43 gallons per hour, diameter of the propeller is 99 in., area of wing (including ailerons) 347 sq. ft., total aileron area 23.9 sq. ft., fin area 16.3 sq. ft., rudder area 17.3 sq. ft., stabilizer area 38.2 sq. ft., total elevator area 27.2 sq. ft. Seats 8 or 9.
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4-5 Seats

Manufacturer Beech Aircraft Corp.................... Beech Aircraft Corp.................... Beech Aircraft Corp.................... Beech Aircraft Corp.................... Beech Aircraft Corp.................... Cessna Aircraft Co.....................
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