Fokker T.IX Bomber (1939)
The German invasion of the Netherlands cancelled all further development of the Fokker T.IX program.
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Specifications for the
Focus Model: Fokker T.IX
Country of Origin: Netherlands
Manufacturer: Fokker - Netherlands
Initial Year of Service: 1939
Length: 54.13 ft (16.5 m)
Width: 81.04 ft (24.70 m)
Height: 16.73ft (5.10 m)
Weight (Empty): 14,330 lb (6,500 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 24,692 lb (11,200 kg)
Powerplant: 2 x Bristol Hercules 14-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engines developing 1,375 horsepower each.
Maximum Speed: 273 mph (440 kmh; 238 kts)
Maximum Range: 1,690 miles (2,720 km)
Service Ceiling: 26,247 ft (8,000 m; 5.0 miles)
1 x 20mm cannon in nose
2 x 12.7mm heavy machine guns in dorsal position
2 x 12.7mm hevay machine guns in ventral position
Up to 4,400lbs of internal ordnance.
Variants: [ SHOW / HIDE ]
MORE AIRCRAFT: [ SHOW / HIDE ]