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Ford AT Trimotor
Technical Information

Background
The Ford Tri-motor was a rugged, dependable transport airplane, used by airlines around the world. The 5-AT (Air Transport) was an all metal, three engined civilan transport aircraft debuted in the summer of 1928. It was larger, had more powerful engines that the earlier 4-AT, and carried from 13 to 15 passengers.

Production
Production ended in 1933, a total of 199 were built.

Technical Details
Crew  One (pilot)
Engine 3 x Pratt & Whitney Wasp
Span  77' 10"
Length  49" 10"
Height  13' 8"
Maximum Speed  150 mph
Range  550 miles
Armament  None
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