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|First flight||February 1931|
|Primary user||Air France|
The newly-constituted Air France operated six 393Ts, plus the sole 392T prototype that it purchased from Breguet to use as a cargo plane. The aircraft were originally deployed on the Toulouse-Casablanca route and later on the Natal-Buenos Aires route. Towards the end of their careers, all remaining 393Ts were recalled to Paris and used on short routes between Paris and nearby European destinations.
- First prototype, powered by Gnome-Rhône 5Kd radial engines. One aircraft built, destroyed in crash early in test programme.
- Second prototype, similar to 390T.
- Freighter version powered by Hispano-Suiza 9Qc radial engines, one built.
- Definitive production version with Gnome-Rhône 7Kd radial engines, six built.
- Crew: two pilots
- Capacity: eight passengers
- Length: 14.76 m (48 ft 5 in)
- Wingspan: 21.71 m (71 ft 3 in)
- Wing area: 66.5 m2 (715 ft2)
- Empty weight: 3,966 kg (8,743 lb)
- Gross weight: 6,000 kg (13,228 lb)
- Powerplant: 3 × Gnome-Rhône 7Kd, 261 kW (350 hp) each each
- Maximum speed: 249 km/h (155 mph)
- Range: 975 km (606 miles)
- Service ceiling: 5,850 m (19,200 ft)
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- Taylor, Michael J. H. (1989). Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation. London: Studio Editions. p. 199.
- World Aircraft Information Files. London: Bright Star Publishing. pp. File 890 Sheet 81.
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