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-22 seats
-108 mph
-17,600 lb. max. gross take-off weight
-1000 mile range
-2 Pratt & Whitney Hornet Engines (575hp)
-68ft Length
-16ft Height
-100ft Span

Served during the 1920's & 30's in the Caribbean area.
The Commodore was the first passenger aircraft to have upholstered seats.

Originally designed as a Naval Patrol Flying Boat.

By 1944 Commodores had been adapted for navigational training & Pan Am trained hundreds of Royal Force navigators.

Three were acquired by NYRBA - New York, Rio and Buenos Aires Airlines.

Pan Am had 14 Commodores and the final one went out of service September 19, 1946 after 16 years of service.

Consolidated Commodore

  
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