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Caudron G.3 Caudron G.3

1913

Developed from the G.II of 1913, the G.III was a two-seat sesquiplane powered by a ...

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The impossibility of installing effective defensive armament in the G.3 and its inability to ...

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Caudron G.4

1915

Caudron G.4

Caudron R.4 Caudron R.4

1915

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The first prototype flew in July 1916. A total of 512 aircraft were built. ### The only ...

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Caudron G.6

1916

Caudron G.6

Caudron R.11, R.12 Caudron R.11, R.12

1917

Evolved by Paul Deville from the R.IV reconnaissance bomber designed by Rene Caudron, the R ...

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An unequal-span single-bay single-seat biplane designed by Paul Deville in 1917 for the high-altitude fighter role, the ...

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Caudron Type O

1917

Caudron Type O

Caudron R.14 Caudron R.14

1918

Possessing a strong family resemblance to the R.11 but having an increased wing span and ...

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Developed by Paul Deville assisted by Rene Talpin, the Caudron C.59 intermediate trainer was a ...

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Caudron C.59

1921

Caudron C.59

Caudron C.61 Caudron C.61

1921

The prototype of the Caudron C.61 civil transport appeared in 1921. It was a three-bay ...

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Envergure : 10.24 m Longueur : 7.50 m Hauteur : 2.60 m Surface ...

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Caudron C.60

1921

Caudron C.60

Caudron C.27 Caudron C.27

1922


Caudron C.125

1925

Caudron C.125

Caudron C.101 Caudron C.101

1925


The only prototype flew in February 1928.

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Caudron C.140

1928

Caudron C.140

Caudron C.230 Caudron C.230

1930

The prototype Caudron C.230 made its maiden flight in November 1930 piloted by Raymond Delmotte. ...

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Developed from the C.230 series by Paul Deville, the first Caudron C.270 appeared in 1931. ...

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Caudron C.270 Luciole

1931

Caudron C.270 Luciole

Caudron C.280 Phalene Caudron C.280 Phalene

1932

The Caudron C.280 Phalene (Moth), conceived by Paul Deville as an air tourer, was a ...

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Developed by Marcel Riffard to meet the need for a fast, economical and comfortable transport ...

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Caudron C.440 Goeland

1934

Caudron C.440 Goeland

Caudron C.630 Simoun Caudron C.630 Simoun

1934

An outstanding four-seat cabin touring monoplane of the 1930s with an excel lent standard of reliability and ...

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The first prototype flew in September 1934. A total of 62 were built.

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Caudron C.510 Pelican

1934

Caudron C.510 Pelican

Caudron C.460 Caudron C.460

1934


The Caudron C.600 Aiglon (Eaglet) light touring monoplane was the work of the outstanding French ...

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Caudron C.600 Aiglon

1935

Caudron C.600 Aiglon

Caudron C.640 Typhon Caudron C.640 Typhon

1935

Owing a great deal in concept to the British de Havilland D.H.88 Comet, of ...

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With the same basic design characteristics as Marcel Riffard's lightweight all-wood low-wing cantilever monoplane racers, ...

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Caudron C.690M

1936

Caudron C.690M

Caudron-Renault C 710 Caudron-Renault C 710

1936

Competing with the ANF-Mureaux 190 to meet a Service Technique de l'Aeronautique specification for a lightweight fighter, ...

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A prototype twin-engined high-speed bomber based on C.640 mail-carrier, flown in March 1937; it ...

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Caudron C.670

1937

Caudron C.670

Caudron-Renault C.714 Cyclone Caudron-Renault C.714 Cyclone

1938

Marcel Riffard, who joined the French company Societe Anonyme des Avions Caudron as chief designer ...

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Caudron-Renault CR 770

1939

Caudron-Renault CR 770

Caudron-Renault CR 760 Caudron-Renault CR 760

1940

In August 1938, Caudron-Renault submitted to the Service Technique de l'Aeronautique project studies for three new lightweight ...

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