The Fokker F.XIV of 1929 was built at the New Jersey factory as a seven/nine-passenger transport. Fuselage and wings were of normal Fokker design, although the upper fuselage decking was of corrugated duralumin. The major differences between this and other Fokker transports was that it had a parasol-type wing carried on struts above the fuselage, and a pilot's open cockpit behind the passenger cabin and beneath a cut-out in the wing trailing edge.
| ENGINE||1 x Wright R-1750-3 radial piston engine, 391kW|
| Take-off weight||3266 kg||7200 lb|
| Empty weight||1971 kg||4345 lb|
| Wingspan||18.11 m||59 ft 5 in|
| Length||13.18 m||43 ft 3 in|
| Height||3.76 m||12 ft 4 in|
| Wing area||51.19 m2||551.00 sq ft|
| Cruise speed||187 km/h||116 mph|
| Ceiling||4420 m||14500 ft|
| Range||1110 km||690 miles|
|Al Wiese, 27.10.2011|
I have pictures of Fokker F-14 At the WAE airport, Vail field. Tail No. NC-129-M. If more details are need EMail or call 479-253-9193
|John D. Bybee, 23.02.2008|
Former WAE/TWA F-14, NC331N was loaned by TWA's Jack Frye to Byrd's 2nd expedition to Antarctica. This F-14 crashed on takeoff at Little America on March 14, 1934. Ike Schlossback commanding. I have a scan of a photo of NC331N, from David Burke's book MOMENTS OF TERROR
Do you have any comments about this aircraft ?