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Grumman G-73 Mallard
Did You Know?
- The Mallard is an amphibious aircraft.
- It was originally designed for regional airline operations. However, most of the 59 delivered were for corporate use.
- The Mallard was manufactured between 1947 and 1951.
|Capacity||Up to 10 passengers|
|Wingspan||66 ft. 8 in.|
|Length||48 ft. 4 in|
|Height||18 ft. 2 in.|
|Weight||9,350 lbs. (empty); 12,750 lbs. (loaded)|
|Maximum Speed||215 mph|
|Engine||Two Pratt & Whitney R-1340, producing 600 hp each|