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Couzinet & Air-Couzinet Aircraft List
« on: April 14, 2019, 06:45:18 am »
Hi,

Mr. René Couzinet was a French aeronautics engineer and aircraft manufacturer,and in 1926,
he established The Société des Avions René Couzinet,but this liquidated in 1934,and he went
to Brasil then to Italy,after that and in 1937,he formed Société des Avions Couzinet,or simply
Air-Couzinet,he died in 1956.

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Re: Couzinet & Air-Couzinet Aircraft List
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2019, 06:58:49 am »
Hi,

for the first firm,which established in 1926,the designations took prefix "RC",

RC.10   was a long-range civil transport low-wing monoplane,powered by three 180 hp Hispano-
             Suiza 8Ac engines,1928
RC.11   was a long-range civil transport low-wing monoplane,based on RC.10,but powered by one
             600 hp Hispano 12Lb engine,1928
RC.12   was a long-range civil transport low-wing monoplane,based on RC.10,powered by three
             Hispano 12Lb engines,burned uncompleted in hanger fire,1928
RC.20   was a five-seat postal or touring light transport low-wing monoplane,powered by three
             40 hp Salmson 9AD engines,1929
RC.21   was a version of RC.20,but powered by three 85 hp Walter Vega I engines,1930
RC.22   was a convertion of RC.20,but powered by three 95 hp Salmson 7Ac engines,1932
RC.23   was a version of RC.20,but powered by three 120 hp Renault 4 Pdi engines,1934
RC.24   ------?
RC.25   was a high-wing bomber monoplane,with fixed landing gear,powered by three engine,
             remained a Project,1925
RC.26   was a low-wing bomber/transport monoplane,with a pantalon shape of landing gear,
             powered by three engines,remained a Project,1926
RC.27   was a long-range civil transport monoplane,based on RC.10,also powered by three
             engines,1927
RC.28 GR   was a larger version of RC.10,also powered by three engines,1928
RC.28 M   was a floatplane version of RC.28 GR,remained a project,1928
RC.28 TP   was a five-seat touring and light transport monoplane Project,powered by three
              low powered engines,led to develop RC.20 & RC.30,1928
RC.29 R   was larger version of RC.20,intended for long-range duties,remained a Project,1929
RC.29 F1   was a five-seat touring monoplane Project,based on RC.20,1929
RC.29 F2   was a postal transport monoplane Project,based on RC.40,1929
RC.29 F3   was all metal version of RC.29 F2,remained a Project,1929
RC.29 T1   was a six-seat touring monoplane Project,based on RC.30,1929
RC.30   was a tourist version of RC.20,powered by three engines,1930
RC.30 Exp   was a flying wing single engined aircraft Project,1930
RC.30 F1   was a postal monoplane Project,led to develop RC.60,powered by three 600 hp
              Hispano-Suiza 12 Lb engines,1930
RC.30 F1 H   was a floatplane version of RC.30 F1,Project of 1930
RC.30 M1   was an experimental flying wing aircraft Project,powered by five engines,1930
RC.30 R1   was a long-range transport monoplane Project,powered by three engines,and led
              to develop RC.70,1930
RC.31   was a touring monoplane Project,based on RC.30,powered by three Walter engines,1930
RC.32   was a touring monoplane Project,based on RC.30,powered by three 95 hp Renault
              engines,1930
RC.33 Biarritz   was a long-range transport monoplane,powered by three 120 hp de Havilland
              Gipsy III engines,1931
RC.35   was a larger fuselage version of RC.20,Project only,1930s
RC.40 T   was a postal transport monoplane Project,based on RC.29 F1,studied for Brasil,
              powered by only two engines,1930s
RC.40   was a postal transport monoplane,powered by three engined,1930
RC.40/I  was a version of RC.40,powered by three 350 hp Gnome-Rhone 7 Kc engines,Project
RC.40/II   was a version of RC.40,powered by three 350 hp Gnome-Rhone 7 Kd engines,but
              lighter than RC.40/I,Project
RC.40/III   was a version of RC.40,powered by two 300 hp Gnome-Rhone 7 Kb engines,Project
RC.40/IV   was a version of RC.40,powered by one 480 hp Gnome-Rhone 7 Ae engine,Project
RC.40/V   was a version of RC.40,powered by two 300 hp Gnome-Rhone 7 Kb engines,Project
RC.40/VI   was a version of RC.40,powered by one 420 hp Gnome-Rhone 7 Adx engine,Project
RC.40/VII   was a version of RC.40,powered by two 230 hp Salmson 9Ab engines,Project
RC.40/VIII   was a version of RC.40,powered by one 500 hp Salmson 18 Ab engine,Project
RC.40/IX   was a version of RC.40,powered by three 450 hp Renault 12 Ja engines,Project
RC.40/X   was a version of RC.40,powered by two 250 hp Hispano-Suiza 6 Mb engines,Project
RC.40/XI   was a version of RC.40,powered by one 500 hp Hispano-Suiza 12 Md engine,Project
RC.45   was a four engined maritime flying boat Project
RC.50 To   was a enlarge wing version of RC.33,Project only,1930s
RC.50 Po   was a postal aircraft Project,developed from RC.29 F3,1929
RC.50 Exp   was experimental flying wing Project,powered by single engine,1930s
RC.50 T6   was a six-seat low-wing transport monoplane,powered by three engines,later
                developed into RC.110,1933
RC.60   was a medium transport monoplane,powered by three 600 hp Hispano 12 Lb engines,
                1930
RC.60 BN5   was a five-seat night bomber monoplane Project,powered by two engines,1931
RC.61   was a postal transport version of RC.60,also powered by two engines,a Project of 1931
RC.61 H   was a floatplane version of RC.61,powered by two engines,a Project of 1931
RC.62   was a postal transport version of RC.60,powered by two engines,a Project 1931
RC.63 BN5   was a five-seat night bomber low-wing monoplane Project,powered by four 670 hp
                Gnome-Rhone 14 Lrsd engines,1933
RC.70   was a commercial transport monoplane,powered by three 650 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Nb
                engines,1932
RC.70 BN5   was a five-seat night bomber monoplane Project,developed from RC.70,powered by
               three 650 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Nb engines,in normal position motors,1932
RC.70 BN5/II   was as above,but powered by three 650 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Nb engines,two were
               mounted in the wing,and one mounted above the cockpit in pylon,Project only
RC.71   was a modified version of RC.70 as a mailplane,powered by three 650 hp Hispano-Suiza
               12Nb engines,1934
RC.71 M   was a postal and transport monoplane Project,developed from RC.71,and led to
               appear RC.73
RC.72   was a postal version of RC.70,powered by three 650 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Nb engines,a
               Project 1932
RC.73   was a postal version of RC.70,with a longer fuselage,powered  by three 880 hp Hispano
               12 Ybrs engines,1934
RC.80   was a military version of RC.30,powered by three engines,one aircraft was built
RC.80 R   was a record breaker long distance monoplane,powered by three 160 hp engines,
               remained a Project,1930s
RC.90   was a five-seat night bomber mid-wing monoplane Project,with main landing gear
               powered by four 650 hp Hispano 12Nbr engines,mounted as two pusher and two tractor,1933
RC.91   was a refined version of RC.90,laso five-seat night bomber Project,1933
RC.91/II   was a low-wing five-seat night bomber monoplane Project,developed from RC.91,1933
RC.91 H   was a floatplane version of RC.91,remained a Project,1933
RC.100 Hyd   was a transport flying boat Project,powered by three engines,1933
RC.100   was a low-wing touring and light transport monoplane,powered by three 45 hp Salmson
               9 ADb engines,1933
RC.101   was a version of RC.100,but powered by three 75 hp Pobjoy R engines,1933
RC.102   was a version of RC.101,powered by the same engines,but with a higher payload,
               remained a Project,1933
RC.103   was a version of RC.100,but powered by three 80 hp Salmson 9 ADr engines
RC.110   was a six-seat light touring and transport monoplane,developed from RC.33 with longer
               fuselage,powered by three Gipsy III engines
RC.111/I   was a version of RC.110,powered by three Renault 4 Pdi engines,Project of 1933
RC.111/II   was a version of RC.110,powered by three Salmson 9 Nc engines,Project of 1933
RC.111/III   was a version of RC.110,powered by three Salmson 9 Nc engines,but had a longer
               fuselage and lighter payload,Project of 1933
RC.112   was a version of RC.110,powered by three Gipsy-major engines,Project of 1933
RC.112 B3   was a version of RC.110,but with heavy payload,powered by three Gipsy-Major
               engines,Project of 1933
RC.113   was a version of RC.110,powered by three Salmson 9 Nc engines,but with shorter
               fuselage,Project of 1933
RC.120  was a commercial light transport monoplane Project,powered by three 650 hp Renault
              engines,1935
RC.130  was a postal transport monoplane Project,derivative of RC.40,powered by three Hispano
             12 Ybrs engines,1933
RC.130/II   was a version of RC.130,but with shorter fuselage,powered by three Hispano 12 Ybrg
             engines,Project 1933
RC.131   was a ten-seat version of RC.130,but powered by three Gnome-Rhone 14 Krsd
             engines,remained a Project,1933
RC.132   was a ten-seat version of RC.130,powered by three Hispano 12 Ybrs engines,Project
            of 1933
RC.133   was a 24-passenger longer fuselage of RC.130,powered by three Gnome-Rhone 14 Krsd
            engines,Project of 1933
RC.140   was a 30-passenger with more longer fuselage,powered by three engines,Project of 1933
RC.150   was a single seat low-wing racer and record breaker monoplane Project,powered by one
            575 hp Hispano-Suiza 9 Va engine,1934
RC.160   was a floatplane version of RC.150,powered by the same engine,Project of 1934
RC.170   was a military transport monoplane Project,powered by two 700 hp Gnome-Rhone 14
            Kbr or Renault 18 Jbr engines,1934
RC.180   was a commercial transport monoplane Project,powered by two engines,1935
RC.181   was a floatplane version of RC.180,laso powered by two engines,Project of 1935
RC.190   was a fighter-bomber and light attack monoplane Project,derivative of RC.180,powered
            by two 900 hp Gnome-Rhone Kfs engines,1935
RC.191   was a version of RC.190,developed with increased autonomy,Project of 1935
RC.200   was a medium bomber low-wing monoplane Project,derivative of RC.190,with more
            payload of bombs,1935
RC.1000 Elan   was a side-by-side two seat low-wing touring monoplane Project,powered by
            single engine,Project of 1934
RC.2000   was a two-three seat mid-wing observation and recce light attack monoplane Project,
            intended for A.3 or BR.3 Program of 1934

Non-standard aircraft

A-1   was a single seat low-wing monoplane fighter Project,derivative of RC.150 with the same
            fixed landing gear,powered by 725 hp engine,1934
A-2   was a single seat low-wing monoplane fighter Project,derivative of RC.150,with retractable
            landing gear,powered by Gnôme-Rhône 9 Krsd engine,1934

 
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Re: Couzinet & Air-Couzinet Aircraft List
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2019, 08:43:52 am »
Hi,

I just add RC.40/I to RC.40/XI and RC.50 with its designations.

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Re: Couzinet & Air-Couzinet Aircraft List
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2019, 06:05:48 am »
Hi,

I Just add from RC.60 to RC.103.

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Re: Couzinet & Air-Couzinet Aircraft List
« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 06:37:50 am »
Hi,

I just add from RC.110 to RC.2000,and non-standard Projects.

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Re: Couzinet & Air-Couzinet Aircraft List
« Reply #5 on: Today at 06:41:07 am »
Hi,

here is the list for Air-Couzinet,it was taken prefix "AC",but turned to use prefix "RC" later;

AC.01   was postal transport low-wing monoplane Project,powered by two engines,led to develop
             the AC.10,1936/37
AC.10   was a postal transport low-wing monoplane,powered by two 720 hp Hispano 9V engines,
             1937
AC.10 B4   was a four-seat heavy bomber Project,a version of AC.10,but powered by four 720 hp
             Hispano 9V engines,1937
AC.11   was a longer fuselage version of AC.10,powered by two 140 hp Renault Pei engines,1938
AC.12   ------?
AC.13   was a three engined version of AC.10,Project of 1938
AC.18   was a large flying boat Project,powered by eight engines,1938
AC.20   was a four-seat low-wing heavy day bomber monoplane Project,powered by four 720 hp
             Hispano 12 Xirs engines,1939
AC.20/II   was a version of AC.20,but with reduce capacity of machine gun,and powered by four
             Menasco Buccaneer engines,Project of 1939
AC.21   was a VIP transport version of AC.20,powered also by the same engines,Project of 1939
AC.30   maybe it was a huge or very large flying boat Project,had a 600 ton weight and multi
             engines could have a total powerful of 150,000 hp,need confirm
AC.40   was a touring and light transport low-wing monoplane Project,maybe developed from
             AC.10,done in Brasil
AC.50   was a 31-passenger low-wing transport monoplane Project,powered by four 1470 hp
             P&W Wasp engines,based on AC.21,1939
AC.60   maybe it was a very large transatlantic flying boat Project,3X900,a 900 ton weight,a 900
             passenger and a 900 km/h,need confirm
AC.70   maybe it was a Beija-Flor amphibian tourist aircraft Project,1940 ?,need confirm
AC.80   maybe it was a 30-passenger transatlantic seaplane Project,powered by four P&W Twin
             Wasp engines,need confirm
AC.90   maybe it was a 50-passenger canard flying boat high-wing monoplane Project,had a 54
            ton weight,intended for high seas,powered by five engines,two engines in tractor and three in
            pusher configurations,need confirm
AC.100  maybe it was a twin engined transport monoplane Project,had a wing span of 17.10m,
            and powered by two P&W engines,called Hirondelle I,need confirm
AC.101   was a version of AC.10,intended for trainer crew,powered by two 410 hp Gnome-Rhone
            7 Kfs engines,Project
AC.102   was a version of AC.10,powered by two 940 hp Hispano 14 Aa engines,Project
AC.103   was a version of AC.10 for south transatlantic duty,Project
AC.110   maybe it was a military version of AC.100,called Hirondelle II,powered by four 645 hp
              Renault 6Q engines,Project,need confirm
AC.120   maybe it was a transport monoplane Project,powered by four engines,need confirm
AC.121   was a version of AC.246,transport aircraft Project,powered by two 1120 hp Hispano
              14 Aa engines,intended for south transatlantic duty
AC.130   was a three engined high-wing amphibian monoplane Project
AC.140 to AC.220   ------?
AC.224   was a version of AC.10,intended a bomber and observation aircraft Project,powered by
              two 265 hp Salmson AC-6 engines
AC.225   was a version of AC.10,as executive transport aircraft Project,powered by three 190 hp
              Walter Castor engines
AC.230 & AC.231   ------?
AC.232   was a military crew trainer version of AC.11,powered by two 120 hp Gipsy IV Major
              engines,Project
AC.232bis   was the same as AC.232,but powered by two 185 hp Gipsy IV engines,Project
AC.233   was a liaison version of AC.11,powered by three 90 hp Regnier 4A engines,Project
AC.240   ------?
AC.246   was a south transatlantic aircraft,based on AC.10,never completed,powered by three
              720 hp Hispano 9V engines,or 940 hp Hispano 14 Aa engines
AC.250 & AC.251   ------?
AC.252   was a instruction version developed from AC.101
AC.260 & RC.261  was a high-wing four engined flying boat monoplane Project,powered by
              four engines,and intended for south transatlantic duty
RC.270 to RC.350   ------?
RC.360   was VTOL flying saucer aircraft Project,with contra-rotating propellers,powered by three
              engines
RC.360/II   was the same as RC.360,but powered by six 180 hp engines and one Marcel Dassault
              Viper turbojet engine

Non-standard aircraft;

AC-M   was a smaller version of AC.10,powered by two Walter Castor engines,Project
AC-C   was a recce seaplane version of AC.10,powered only by one Hispano 14 Ha engine,Project

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