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Sud-Ouest SO.95 Corse II


The SO.95 Corse II was a light twin-engined transport, the prototype flying on 17 July 1947. The type was originally fitted with a tailwheel undercarriage, which was retained in the civil version, but the military variant featured a tricycle landing gear. The Corse II was used almost exclusively by the light transport units of the French Naval Air Arm; only two saw regular airline service, operating with Air Services of India between Bombay, Bangalore and Delhi before being withdrawn in 1950.

Engine: 2 x 580hp Renault 12S-02-201 V-12
Max take-off weight: 5600 kg / 12346 lb
Wingspan: 18.00 m / 59 ft 1 in
Length: 12.32 m / 40 ft 5 in
Height: 4.30 m / 14 ft 1 in
Max. speed: 330 km/h / 205 mph
Ceiling: 7000 m / 22950 ft
Range: 1300 km / 808 miles
Crew: 2
Passengers: 10-13



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