Ford 4-AT / 5-AT TriMotor

Airliner

Ford 4-AT-E Trimotor, NC8407, c/n 4-AT-69 © Ralph M. Pettersen
Photo ©: Ralph M. Pettersen (Photos at airliners.net)
The Ford Trimotor is a three-engine airliner for up to 17 passengers produced by the US-American manufacturer Stout Metal Airplane Division of the Ford Motor Company. The Tri-Motor was also used as a military transport aircraft.
Crew2
Passengers17
Propulsion3 Radial Engines
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney C-1 Wasp
Engine Power (each)313 kW420 hp
max. Cruise Speed196 km/h106 kts
  122 mph
max. Speed (vne)241 km/h130 kts
  150 mph
Service Ceiling5.639 m18.500 ft
Range885 km478 NM
550 mi.
Empty Weight3.556 kg7.840 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight6.123 kg13.499 lbs
Wing Span23,72 m77,8 ft
Wing Area77,6 m²835 ft²
Length15,32 m50,3 ft
Height3,86 m12,7 ft
First Flight11. Feb. 1926
Production Statusout of production
Total Production199
Developed fromStout 2-AT Pullman
ICAO CodeTRIM
Data for (Version)Ford 5-AT-D Tri Motor
VariantsFord 4-AT-A, 4-AT-B, 4-AT-D, 4-AT-E, 5-AT-A, 5-AT-B, 5-AT-C, 5-AT-D, 6-AT-A, C-3A (C-9A), C-4A, JR-2 (RR-2), JR-3 (RR-3)

[Photo-ID: 10149] © Karsten Palt 2014-05-28
Ford 5-AT-B TriMotor, American Airways, N6983, c/n 5-AT-39,© Karsten Palt, 2014Ford
5-AT-B TriMotor
American Airways
Reg.: N6983
c/n: 5-AT-39
 
National Air and Space Museum [Washington, DC]
[Photo-ID: 6140] © Karsten Palt 2012-06-14
Ford 5-AT-B TriMotor, PAA - Pan American Airways System, NC9637, c/n 5-AT-11,© Karsten Palt, 2012Ford
5-AT-B TriMotor
PAA - Pan American Airways System
Reg.: NC9637
c/n: 5-AT-11
 
San Diego Air and Space Museum [San Diego, CA]
[Photo-ID: 6141] © Karsten Palt 2012-06-14
Ford 5-AT-B TriMotor, PAA - Pan American Airways System, NC9637, c/n 5-AT-11,© Karsten Palt, 2012Ford
5-AT-B TriMotor
PAA - Pan American Airways System
Reg.: NC9637
c/n: 5-AT-11
 
San Diego Air and Space Museum [San Diego, CA]