Aeromarine 75

1919

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Aeromarine 75

Some of the Felixstowe F5L were converted for civilian use by the Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company in 1919. Named the Aeromarine 75, it could accommodate 10 passengers and was operated by Aeromarine Airways on flights from Key West to Havana, carrying the first US Post office international air mail on flights from New York to Atlantic City, and from Cleveland to Detroit

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Terrence I. Murphy, e-mail, 14.02.2012 22:18

General characteristics
• Crew: 2
• Capacity: 12-14 passengers
• Length: 49 ft 4 in (15.04 m)
• Wingspan: 103 ft 9 in (31.62 m)
• Height: 18 ft 9 in (5.72 m)
• Wing area: 1,397 sq. ft (129.8 mē)
• Empty weight: 8,720 lb (3,955 kg)
• Loaded weight: 14,334 lb (6,508 kg)
• Powerplant: 2 Ũ Liberty 12A, 400 hp (kW) each
Performance
• Range: 830 mi (1335 km)
Armament
• Patrol only

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