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NY
A Consolidated NY-2 in 1928
Role Trainer
Manufacturer Consolidated
First flight November 1925
Introduction May 1926
Retired 1939
Primary user United States Navy
Number built 302[1]
Developed from Dayton-Wright TW-3
Variants Consolidated PT-3

The Consolidated Model 2 was a PT-1 biplane trainer diverted to the United States Navy for a trainer competition in 1925. It beat out 14 other designs, and was ordered into production as the NY-1.[2]

Development

The NY-1 was essentially a PT-1 with provisions for the wheeled landing gear to be replaced by a single large float under the fuselage and two stabilising floats under the tips of the lower wing. A larger vertical tail was added to counter the effect of the floats.[2] The NY-2 had a longer span wing fitted to overcome the high wing-loading issue of the seaplane version. Tested with complete success during October 1926, the Navy ordered 181 with the uprated R-790-8 Wright Whirlwind J-5 engine of 220 hp (160 kW).[2] The NY-3 aircraft were similar to the NY-2 but had 240 hp (180 kW) Wright R-760-94 engines.[1]

Operational history

The NY-1's first flight was November 1925, with deliveries starting May 1926.[2] The NY-2's first flight was October 1926. The Navy had 108 in active use in 1929, with 35 more assigned to reserve squadrons.[1] The NY-3 was delivered in 1929. The NY series was being phased out in the mid-1930s, with 15 in service in 1937, and one in service in 1939.[1]

Variants

NY-1
wingspan 34 ft 6 in (10.52 m), 200 hp (150 kW) Wright J-4 Whirlwind, 76 built.
NY-1A
a number of NY-1 aircraft modified for gunnery training with one .30 in (7.62 mm) trainable machine gun in the rear cockpit.
NY-1B
a number of retrofitted NY-1 aircraft with the long-span wings of the NY-2 and the 220 hp (160 kW) Wright J-5 Whirlwind.
NY-2
wingspan increased to 40 ft (12.19 m), 220 hp J-5, 181 built.
NY-2A
NY-2 aircraft armed for gunnery training, 25 built.
NY-3
similar to the NY-2 with a 240 hp (180 kW) Wright R-760-94 Whirlwind, 20 built.
XN3Y-1
a single NY-2 tested with a Wright R-790-A Whirlwind.

Operators

 United States

Specifications (NY-2 floatplane)

Data from "The Complete Encyclopedia of World Aircraft" Editors: Paul Eden & Soph Moeng, 2002, ISBN 0-7607-3432-1), page 478.

General characteristics
  • Crew: 2
  • Length: 31 ft 4.25 in (9.56 m)
  • Wingspan: 40 ft (12.19 m)
  • Height: 11 ft 10 in (3.61 m)
  • Wing area: 370 ft² (34.37 m²)
  • Empty weight: 2,145 lb (973 kg)
  • Max. takeoff weight: 2,843 lb (1,290 kg)
  • Powerplant: 1 × Wright R-760-8 Whirlwind air-cooled radial, 220 hp (164 kW)

Performance

Armament

None

See also

Related lists

References

External links

  • Consolidated NY-1 (NASA) accessed July 16, 2007
  • Consolidated NY-2 (NASA) accessed July 16, 2007
  • Consolidated NY Trainer (US Centennial of Flight Commission) accessed July 16, 2007
  • Consolidated NY-1, -2, -3 (NAS GROSSE ILE) accessed July 16, 2007
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