(Showcased powerplant information pertains to the Boeing Model 247D production model)
199 mph (320 kph; 173 kts)
25,262 feet (7,700 m; 4.78 miles)
746 miles (1,200 km; 648 nm)
1,150 ft/min (351 m/min)
(Showcased performance values pertain to the Boeing Model 247D production model; Compare this aircraft entry against any other in our database)
(Showcased armament details pertain to the Boeing Model 247D production model)
Model 247 - Base Series Designation.
Model 280 - Originally-proposed form powered by 2 x Pratt & Whitney "Hornet" engines of 700 horsepower each; seating for fourteen.
Model 247A - Deutsche Lufthansa model of 1934; powered by 2 x PW Wasp engines of 625 horsepower.
Model 247D - One0ff racing platform; variable-pitch propeller units.
Model 247E - Testbed.
Model 247Y - Limited-production armed variant for military service; sole example delivered to Chinese forces; second example retained for evaluation/trials.
C-73 - USAAC/USAAF models pulled from civilian Model 247D airliner stock for service in World War 2; 27 examples procured.
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