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Arsenal-Delanne 10-C2




Designed by Maurice Delanne, the Arsenal-Delanne 10-C2 two-seat fighter was built by the Arsenal de l'Aeronautique. Of so-called Nenadovich biplane configuration, the tandem-mounted wings provided a continuous slot effect and offered a large C of G range. Of metal stressed-skin construction and powered by an 860hp Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs 12-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, the Arsenal-Delanne 10-C2 prototype was virtually complete at Villacoublay when German forces occupied the factory in June 1940, work on the aircraft continued and the first flight test was made in October 1941.




After completion of the initial test programme, the aircraft was ferried to Germany for further trials. The intended armament comprised an engine-mounted 20mm Hispano-Suiza cannon, two wing-mounted 7.5mm MAC 1934 machine guns and two further 7.5mm weapons on a flexible mounting.

Arsenal-Delanne 10-C2
Engine: 860hp Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs 12-cylinder liquid-cooled
Take-off weight: 2880 kg / 6349 lb
Wingspan: 10.11 m / 33 ft 2 in
Length: 7.33 m / 24 ft 1 in
Height: 3.06 m / 10 ft 0 in
Wing area: 22.5 sq.m / 242.19 sq ft
Max. speed: 550 km/h / 342 mph



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