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Waco F series

Roleopen-cockpit biplane
First flight1930

The Waco F series is a series of American-built general aviation and military biplane trainers of the 1930s from the Waco Aircraft Company.

Source: Waco F series on Wikipedia

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The Waco F series was a line of biplanes built by the Waco Aircraft Company in the 1930s in the United States. These biplanes were designed for general aviation and military purposes, with a focus on training pilots. They were known for their open cockpits and ability to seat three people in tandem.
Here are some key features of the Waco F series:
General aviation and military trainer: Used for both civilian and military pilot training. Open-cockpit biplane: Two sets of wings, with open cockpits for the pilot and passengers. Lighter weight: Compared to the Waco O series that came before it, the F series was smaller and lighter by about 450 pounds. Three-seater: Accommodated a pilot and two passengers in tandem seating. The Waco F series was a successful design and played a role in training many pilots in the 1930s. If you’d like to learn more about these biplanes, you can find resources online or in libraries.

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