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/ Dornier Do-R
The Dornier Do R Superwal was a German flying boat airliner of the 1920s.
The Do R was a larger development of the Do J, with a larger high-mounted strut-braced monoplane wing and longer fuselage.
All but the first three built also had four engines, in place of the Do J’s two.
The Do R could carry 19 passengers in two cabins;
11 in the forward cabin and eight in the rear.
Early version with two Rolls-Royce Condor III inline engines
Definitive version with four engines in two tractor-pusher pairs
With Gnome et Rhône-built Bristol Jupiter radial engines
With Napier Lion inline engines
With Siemens-built Bristol Jupiter radials
With Pratt & Whitney Hornet radials
24.60 m (80 ft 9 in)
28.60 m (93 ft 10 in)
6.00 m (19 ft 8 in)
137.0 m2 (1,474 sq ft)
9,850 kg (21,720 lb)
14,000 kg (30,900 lb)
4 × Siemens-built Bristol Jupiter VI , 360 kW (480 hp) each
210 km/h (130 mph, 110 kn)
1,500 km (930 mi, 810 nmi)
1,500 m (4,900 ft).
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