CAMS 46


CAMS 46

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type=Flying boat trainer
manufacturer=CAMS
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first flight=1926
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primary user=French Navy
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The CAMS 46 was a flying boat trainer aircraft built in France in the mid 1920s, essentially an updated version of the CAMS 30 that had flown in 1922. While retaining that aircraft's basic form, CAMS offered the French Navy two new versions with aerodynamic refinements over the earlier aircraft: the 46E primary trainer, and the 46ET intermediate trainer. Only the latter was selected for production and was built in quantity to supply one escadrille at the Naval training station at Hourtin.

Operators

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*French Navy

pecifications (46ET)

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crew=Two, pilot and instructor
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length m=9.07
length ft=29
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height m=2.97
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wing area sqft=398
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empty weight kg=978
empty weight lb=2,156
gross weight kg=1,350
gross weight lb=2,976
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max speed kmh=185
max speed mph=115
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range km=1,200
range miles=748
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ceiling m=3,500
ceiling ft=11,480
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