FotoImages - Aircraft Data
Cessna T-50/UC-78/AT-17 Bobcat

[BACK]

The first twin-engine a/c produced by Cessna the T-50 first flew in 1939. Initially ordered by the RCAF as a trainer, the USAAC and Navy all would eventually operate the type. Also knick named the Bamboo Bomber, eventually over 4000 of all types would be manufactured.

General:

Type: Trainer/Transport

Crew: 1

Seating: 5

First Flight: 1939

Specifications

 

Propulsion

 

Performance

 

Length:

Height:

Wingspan:

Empty Weight:

Gross Weight:

32' 9"

9' 11"

41' 11"

3500 lbs.

5700 lbs.

No. Engines:

Horsepower:

Powerplant:

2

245 hp per engine

Jacobs R-755-9

Range:

Speed (max):

Speed (cruise):

Climb:

Ceiling:

750 miles

195 mph

- mph

- ft/sec

- ft

Armament:

None

       

Copyright ©2001, FotoImages
info@fotoimages.com