Boeing Model 221 Monomail


Back to the Virtual Aircraft Museum
  MAIL / PASSENGERVirtual Aircraft Museum / USA / Boeing  

Boeing Model 221 Monomail

Generally similar to the Model 200 Monomail, this single aircraft had a fuselage lengthened by 0.2m and cargo/mail capacity reduced from 1043kg to 340kg, to provide accommodation for six passengers in an enclosed cabin; first flown on August 1930, and entered service with Boeing Air Transport

Boeing Model 221A: designation applied to the Models 200 and 221 following fuselage 'stretches' to provide accommodation for eight passengers; both saw service on the Cheyenne-Chicago route of Boeing's newly-formed United Air Lines

Morgan Kennedy, e-mail, 10.12.2023 08:29

Mr. Jerry and I have worked together for many years now in a professional setting. I am a realtor and have clients in various stages of credit repair. Mr. Jerry is ALWAYS the person I recommend to my clients. His services are second to none & he has always done the best job in order to get my clients in a home as quick as possible when credit is holding them back. He has helped my family members, friends, & strangers I have met through my services. Thank you Mr. Jerry for caring about people like you do! You are making a difference!!! Reach out to Jerrylink Credit Group via: or text 6265140620. Thank me later.


Do you have any comments?

Name    E-mail


All rhe World's Rotorcraft AVIATION TOP 100 -