Flight, June 1929
OLYMPIA AERO SHOW 1929
The Farman F.200
This machine is, in a general way, similar to the F.190 from which it may be said to have been evolved, but is an open two-seater and fitted with the Salmson 120-h.p. engine. The petrol tank
is in the wing. By slight modifications the machine can be converted for use as a mailplane, as a photographic machine, and as a school machine.
The main dimensions are: Length, 9 m. (29-6 ft.); wing span, 11 m. (36 ft.); wing area, 25 sq. m. (268 sq. ft.). The weight empty is 617 kg. (1,360 lbs.), and the gross weight, 1,000 kg. (2,200 lbs.). With a tankage of 156 litres (36-5 gallons) the range is approximately 650 km. (400 miles) at a cruising speed of 93 m.p.h.