During 1935-36 Fairchild Aircraft Ltd in Canada continued development of the Super 71, leading to the larger ten-seat Fairchild 82, with a more conventional enclosed cockpit for two pilots, seated side by side forward of the wing giving much improved vision.
It was a braced high-wing monoplane with a braced tail unit, tail-wheel landing gear (optionally replaceable by floats or skis) and powered by a Pratt & Whitney Wasp radial engine.
Only about 12 Fairchild 82s were built, four were exported and the remainder operated by Canadian airlines.
Engine; 1 x Pratt & Whitney S3H1 Wasp, 410kW
Max take-off weight; 2869 kg / 6325 lb
Empty weight; 1630 kg / 3594 lb
Wingspan; 15.54 m / 50 ft 12 in
Length; 11.25 m / 36 ft 11 in
Wing area; 31.86 sq.m / 342.94 sq ft
Max. speed; 249 km/h / 155 mph
Cruise speed; 227 km/h / 141 mph
Ceiling; 5335 m / 17500 ft
Range; 1054 km / 655 miles