Stinson Airliner

Stinson Airliner

The Stinson SM-6000 Airliner was a 1930s three-engined (trimotor) 10-passenger airliner designed and built by the Stinson Aircraft Corporation. The SM-6000 was a high-wing braced monoplane with room for a pilot and a cabin for ten passengers. It was powered by three 215hp (160kW) Lycoming R-680 engines strut-mounted one each side above the main landing gear units and one in the nose. A number of variants were built mainly with improved interiors. In 1932 the Model U Airliner was produced which had low-set stub wings with an engine mounted at each wingtip.

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Stinson Airliner - Specifications (SM-6000-B)
... General characteristics Crew 2 Capacity 10 (B1), 8 (B2) Length 42 ft 0 in (18.29 m) Wingspan 60 ft 0 in (12.8 m) Height 12 ft 0 in (3.66 m) Wing area 490 ft2 (45.6 m2) Empty weight 5,670 lb (2,620 kg) Gross weight 8,600 lb (3,910 kg) Powerplant 3 × Lycoming R-680, 215 hp (160 kW) each Performance Maximum speed 146 mph (234 km/h) Cruise speed 125 mph (200 km/h) Range 390 miles (628 km) Service ceiling 14,200 ft (4,330 m) Rate of climb 1,000 ft/min (5.1 m/s). ...