Caudron C.60

Caudron C.60

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<!-- This article is a part of WikiProject Aircraft. Please see WikiProject Aircraft/page content for recommended layout. -->Caudron C.60 was a French, two-seat biplane with a single engine and a canvas-covered fuselage of the 1920s and 1930s. The French aircraft manufacturer Caudron developed this aircraft from the Caudron C.59. It was mainly used as a trainer aircraft.

The Caudron C.60 was used in France, Finland, Latvia, and in Venezuela.

Operational history


The Finnish Air Force purchased 30 Caudron C.60s from France in 1923. A further 34 aircraft were licence built in Finland between 1927-1928. The Finnish Air Force had a total of 64 64 Caudron C.60s. The French-manufactured aircraft carried the codes 1E20 - 1E30 and 1F31 - 1F49, and later CA-20 - CA-9. The Finnish-manufactured ones carried the codes CA-61 - CA-94.

The aircraft was in use between 1923-1936.



The Finnish Aviation Museum in Vantaa has one of the Finnish-manufactured C.60s (CA-84)

Specifications (C.60)

See also


  • Kalevi Keskinen, Ky√∂sti Partonen, Kari Stenman, Suomen Ilmavoimat I 1918-27, 2005. ISBN 952-99432-2-9.
  • Kalevi Keskinen, Kari Stenman, Klaus Niska, Suomen ilmavoimien lentokoneet 1918-1939, Tietoteos, 1976.

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