|A model of the Fieseler Fi 333 showing three possible configurations. Top: the aircraft carrying a cargo pod; Middle: the aircraft carrying no cargo; Bottom: the aircraft carrying the fuselage of another aircraft|
|National origin||Nazi Germany|
The Fieseler Fi 333 was a prototype transport aircraft developed by Fieseler in 1942, and backed by the Luftwaffe.
The aircraft was to use detachable pods of varying sizes to carry cargo, a system that would allow a rapid turnaround on the ground. The tall, fixed undercarriage featured tandem independently sprung wheels. Power was provided by two 750 kW (1,000 hp) BMW Bramo 323D radial engines.
Three prototypes are believed to have been built.
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