CANT Z

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  • The CANT Z.1010 was a single engine, five seat Italian passenger aircraft flown in the mid-1930s.
  • It was smaller and lighter than the established CANT Z.506 reconnaissance bomber, which was a three engine aircraft.
  • Just before the war, some Italian torpedo planes CANT Z.506 were ordered, but only one was delivered, without armament.
  • It continued to serve until 1938, being replaced by the CANT Z.501, a monoplane design with superior performance.
  • The CANT Z.515 first flew in 1939 but was not developed further.
  • The CANT Z.1011 was a low wing cantilever monoplane with a wooden structure.
  • Just before the war, some Italian torpedo planes, the CANT Z.506, were ordered, but only one was delivered, and it was without armament.
  • All in all, the CANT Z.1018 Leone was an unlucky aircraft.
  • The CANT Z.1012 was a small three-engined monoplane built in Italy in the late 1930s to carry either three or five passengers depending on the engines.
  • The CANT Z.506 had a crew of five.
  • The two-year program delay meant that the pre-series aircraft were competing with upgraded versions of the CANT Z.1007, the "Ter".
  • Some flew their aircraft and crews, including several Dornier Do 17s and a CANT Z.1007 to Italy and the Allied forces there.
  • The CANT Z.508 was a three-engine Italian flying boat developed from the CANT Z.501 for use as a heavy bomber.
  • The CANT Z.515 was a twin engine monoplane floatplane designed and built for maritime reconnaissance in Italy at the start of World War II.
  • With over a year of delay, 100 units of the CANT Z.1018 were finally ordered on 31 October 1940.
  • Repairs were completed before the end of the month, and she escorted a convoy to Greece, during which her Fulmars shot down one shadowing CANT Z.506B floatplane.
  • The other was the three-engined CANT Z.1007, which in the end was the type preferred by the Regia Aeronautica.
  • The CANT Z.509 was a three-engine Italian floatplane developed from the Z.506A for use as a mailplane.
  • A total of 560 CANT Z.1007s were built, 450 of them of version 1007bis that appeared in late 1939.
  • The Cant Z.1007 was developed from the CANT Z.506 seaplane, an aircraft that had established many world records in the late 1930s.
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