Category:Short 360

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Short 360 seen in Loch Ness (1996).

The Short 360 was a twin engine, upper wing commuter aircraft that was built by British manufacturer Short Brothers during the 1980s. The Short 360 seats up to 36-39 passengers and was introduced into service in 1981. It is a larger version of the twin tailed Short 330. Some of them were bought as second-hand by US Army / USAF and after replacing its single tall fin, with the twin tail and rear loading ramp of the Short Sherpa. They were used as C-23C.

A total of 165 Short 360 were built.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Short 360.


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