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Designation: T-29B

Convair T-29B

Convair T-29B Flying Classroom

A picture of the Convair T-29B Flying Classroom

Based on the commercial CV-240 airliner the T-29 entered service with the U.S Air Force in 1950 as a navigation and radar trainer.  They were modified with several astrodomes in the top of the fuselage for the student navigators to practice celestial navigation.  Two years later the improved T-29B introduced a pressurized cabin with accommodation for ten navigation students and four student radar operators.  The T-29 remained in service until the mid 1970s.

Wingspan 91 ft 9 in.

Wingspan

Length 74 ft 8 in.

Length

Height 26 ft 11 in.

Height

Weight 43,575 lbs (loaded)

Weight

Max. Speed 296 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 23,500 ft

Service Ceiling

Range 1,500 miles

Range

Engines Two Wright R-2800-97 radials with 2,400 horsepower each

Engines

Crew 4 with 16 students and instructors

Crew


Manufacturer
Convair

Markings
U.S. Navy, Training Squadron 29 (VT-29), Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, 1966

Serial Number
51-7906

Designation
T-29B

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