Drapeau francais

  • Caudron 510 Pélican

    Caudron 510 Pélican of a Section d'avions sanitaires (Medical aircraft section), France (1940). The Caudron C.510 Pélican was a four-seater passenger plane built by the Caudron Aircraft Company in France during the interwar years. it could be transformed into a medical plane during the war period.
  • Caudron 600 Aiglon

    Caudron 600 Aiglon of a SAL (Section d'Avions Légers (Light Aircraft Section)) , France (1940).The Caudron C.600 Aiglon is a French tourist aircraft built by the Caudron Aircraft Company. Many C.600 were requisitioned by the French government and served as liaison devices within the Armée de l'Air in 1939-1940.
  • Caudron 635 Simoun

    Caudron 635 Simoun os an Ecole de Pilotage (Aviation School) n°51, Melun-Villaroche, France (1940).From 1935 to 1936, 110 Caudron 635 were ordered by the French Air Force to serve as a liaison and training aircraft. The Naval Aeronautics received 32 copies.
  • Caudron 690M

    Caudron 690M. Prototype,Toulouse,France (July 1940).The Caudron C.690 was a single-seat trainer aircraft developed in France in the late 1930s to train fighter pilots in the handling of high-performance aircraft.The first was delivered in April 1939, and only fifteen C.690Ms were delivered before the start of the war
  • Caudron 714

    Caudron 714 of DIAP (Dépot d'Instruction de l'Aviation Polonaise) (Polish), Lyon-Bron, France (1940).The Caudron C.714 is a French fighter plane from the late 1930s.
  • Caudron 760

    Caudron 760. Prototype, Orléans-Bricy, France (May 1940). Single-seater fighter plane derived from the Caudron C.714. First flight in April 1940 of the prototype
  • Caudron 770

    Caudron 770 Prototype, France (May 1940). Single-seater fighter plane derived from the Caudron C.714. First flight in May 1940. The only prototype built was destroyed in June 1940 before the German advance.
  • Caudron 870

    Caudron 870 Prototype, France (January 1940). The Caudron C.870 was a training aircraft built by Caudron in the early 1940s.