Stinson AT-19


The Stinson Reliant was a popular single-engine four to five seat high-wing monoplane  manufactured by the Stinson Aircraft Division of the Aviation Manufacturing Corporation of Wayne, Michigan.

The Reliant is a three-place high-wing land monoplane powered with a Lycoming Model R-680-13 Engine. The engine is fitted with an 8’6″ constant speed propeller and the conventional landing gear is equipped with hydraulically-operated brakes. Wing flaps are vacuum-operated.”  1,327 were made from 1933 to 1941, in different models, from SR-1 to SR-10. The final model, the Stinson Reliant SR-10, was introduced in 1938.

The SR-10 was used by the U.S. Army in World War II as a utility aircraft, designated UC-81, and as trainer designated AT-19. They were also used by the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force for light transport and communication duties. After the war they were sold on the civilian market as the Vultee V-77.

General characteristics

* Crew: one, pilot

* Capacity: 3 to 4 passengers

* Length: 29 ft 6 in (8.4 m)

* Wingspan: 41 ft 10 in (12.76 m)

* Height: 9 ft 2 in (2.61 m)

* Empty weight: 2,530 lb (1,150 kg)

* Useful load: 1,345 lb (611 kg)

* Powerplant: 1× Lycoming, 245 hp / Wright, 350 hp / Pratt & Whitney, 450 hp


* Cruise speed: 132 knots (152 mph, 244 km/h)

* Range: 565 nm (650 mi, 1,046 km)

* Service ceiling: 12,700 ft (3,871 m)