Four-Engined Heavy Bomber / Military Transport Aircraft
The German Junkers Ju 89-90 airframe served as the basis for the Japanese Mitsubishi Ki-90 transport-bomber program.
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[ 0 Units ] : Mitsubishi - Japanese Empire / Junkers - Nazi Germany
Imperial Japan (cancelled)
- Ground Attack
- VIP Transport
- X-Plane / Developmental
86.94 ft (26.5 m)
114.83 ft (35 m)
24.61 ft (7.5 m)
(Showcased structural dimension values pertain to the Mitsubishi Ki-90 production model)
42,384 lb (19,225 kg)
74,296 lb (33,700 kg)
(Showcased weight values pertain to the Mitsubishi Ki-90 production model)
ESTIMATED: 4 x Mitsubishi Ha-2-II air-cooled radial piston engines of 800-820 horsepower output driving three-bladed propeller units.
(Showcased powerplant information pertains to the Mitsubishi Ki-90 production model)
217 mph (350 kph; 189 kts)
18,865 feet (5,750 m; 3.57 miles)
777 miles (1,250 km; 675 nm)
(Showcased performance values pertain to the Mitsubishi Ki-90 production model; Compare this aircraft entry against any other in our database)
ASSUMED (Based on the Junkers Ju 90 V8 arrangement):
1 x 20mm automatic cannon in nose.
1 x 20mm automatic cannon in dorsal turret emplacement.
1 x 13mm machine gun in left waist (beam) position.
1 x 13mm machine gun in right waist (beam) position.
1 x 13mm Machine gun in tail station.
Conventional drop bomb load held internally.
(Showcased armament details pertain to the Mitsubishi Ki-90 production model)
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