|Barry, 27.05.2016 16:04|
First flying in 1928, it was unusual in that this was a land plane, but only seven were built. One was sold to an Italian citizen, who took it to Paraguay where in turn it was sold to the army, who used it in combat during the the Chaco War with Bolivia. It fatally crashed killing it's crew of two on 5th May 1933.
Power plant 1 x 80 h.p. Fiat A.50
Span 32'10" Length 23'3" Empty weight 1,168 lb
Max speed 103 mph Range 505 miles
Service ceiling 12,465 ft.