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Ryan M-1


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First flown on 14 February 1926, the M-1 was T. Claude Ryan's first original design.  This aircraft could accommodate a pilot and either mail or two passengers.  The M-1 was used on the pioneering mail routes of Colorado Airways and Pacific Air Transport.

The M-1 was the basis for Charles Lindbergh's "Spirit of St. Louis".

 
 Specifications (typical)  
 
Type: commercial
Engine: one 200 hp (149 kW) Wright J-4B radial engine.
 
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