Caudron-Renault C.445 Goëland

The French Caudron-Renault C.440 Goeland originated from the request for a fast, economic and comfortable transport aircraft. First prototype took off in 1934. It became one of the most successful transport aircraft of that category. Passenger cabin space provided for 6 passengers. There were several versions, such as C.441, C.444, C.445, C.447 (sanitary) or C.449. The most numerous pre-war version was C.445 which French Air Force took-over as a C.445M. Aircraft was the most frequently used for the training and courier flights. After the occupation of France by Germany the production went on in the Renault and Caudron factories. A nymber of C.445Ms and C.449s served in the Luftwaffe. Profiles: Wings Palette

Caudron-Renault C.445 Goëland
Roelf, Jun 24, 2011
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