Fairchild's first cabin monoplane advertisement appeared in the May, 1927, issue of Aero Digest:
Fairchild have created a new cabin monoplane. Quite the finest machine in its class. The pilot's seat has been placed into the cabin. Powered by the Wright 200 hp "Whirlwind", it is the most serviceable for the transport of passengers and express goods. Extreme stability and spontaneous response to the controls make the Fairchild Monoplane easy to handle and a pleasure to fly. The cabin provides seating accomodation for four passengers and the pilot. The total laden weight is 3,225 lb (1,463 kg), of which 760 lb (335 kg) is available for passengers and freight. Maximum speed 124 mph (200 kmh) approximately. Wing span 44 ft (13.41 m) or 12 ft (3.66 m) when folded.
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