Beech / Beechcraft Model 26 / AT-10 Wichita

Trainer

Beech AT-10 Wichita USAAF 42-35143 National Museum of the US Air Force © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Beechcraft Model 26 / AT-10 Wichita is a twin-engine trainer aircraft produced by the US-American manufacturer Beech Aircraft Corporation. The AT-10 was used by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) to train pilots for multi-engined aircraft.
Total production numbers of AT-10 include 600 built by Globe Aircraft, Dallas/TX.
Crew2
Propulsion2 Radial Engines
Engine ModelLycoming R-680-9
Engine Power (each)220 kW295 hp
max. Cruise Speed269 km/h145 kts
  167 mph
Speed322 km/h174 kts
  200 mph
Service Ceiling5.151 m16.900 ft
Rate of climb351 m/min1150 ft/min
Range1.241 km670 NM
771 mi.
Empty Weight2.155 kg4.750 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight2.994 kg6.600 lbs
Wing Span13,41 m43 ft 12 in
Wing Area27,7 m²298 ft²
Length10,46 m34 ft 4 in
Height3,15 m10 ft 4 in
First Flight19.07.1941
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1942-1944
Total Production2371
FAA TCDSLTC-12
Data for (Version)Beech AT-10