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Designation: PT-26

Fairchild PT-26

Fairchild PT-26 Cornell

A picture of the Fairchild PT-26 Cornell

The Fairchild PT-26 is the third in a family of three primary trainers introduced in 1939.  Designed to replace the biplane trainers then in use the single, low-winged Cornell more accurately reflected the front-line fighters that cadets would later be asked to fly in combat.  The PT-19 was the basic version of the Cornell while the PT-23 had the same basic airframe with a radial engine fitted.  Most PT-26s were built by Fleet Aircraft of Canada with an enclosed cockpit and other cold weather modifications for use by the Royal Canadian Air Force. Cornells served in Canada until they were phased out of service in 1947.  Fairchild and Fleet built over 1,700 PT-26s.

Wingspan 35 ft 11 in.

Wingspan

Length 27 ft 8 in.

Length

Height 7 ft 9 in.

Height

Weight 2,450 lbs (loaded)

Weight

Max. Speed 124 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 16,000 ft

Service Ceiling

Range 480 miles

Range

Engines One Ranger L-440-3 piston engine with 200 horsepower

Engine

Crew 2

Crew


Manufacturer
Fairchild

Markings
Royal Canadian Air Force, 1943.  Displayed partially unskinned to show internal structure

Designation
PT-26

Registration
N1270N

Serial Number
10530

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