hesham said:

could you tell us about Amiot projects ?,but notice that we know Model-170,

Model-360 and Model-380 projects

From Trait d'Union 130:

- Amiot 402: postal version of Amiot 371 designed in 1938, engines of 900hp, cancelled

- Amiot 400B4: pressurised version of Amiot 357 with 3 engines Hispano 12Y, the third one (inside the pressurised area) would have driven the superchargers for the two other engines (NC-150 solution like).

- Amiot 400B3: stratospheric twin-engine, 2 Hispano 12Y-89 of 1,200hp. Maximum bomb load: 1,200kg. Six machine-guns with automatic dispersal.

- Amiot 530: civilian 4-engine transport designed from the second Amiot 410. Span 46.8m Length 32.8m Total weight 57,500kg Four Hispano 24Z of 3,000hp driving contrarotating propellers. 40 passengers and crew of 6. Range 8,450km at 500km/h. At the end of the war, changed with 8 engines, 2 by 2 (either Hispano 12Z of 1,600hp or RR Griffon of 1,700hp). Cancelled.

From Trait d'Union 139:

- Amiot 180, 160 and 190: codes used for projects of the late 1920s with very thick wing, forefathers of the 140 family.

- Amiot E7 and E6: raid projects. The E7 had the wing of the 340/350, the E6 was a single-engine bomber with retracting undercarriage.

From Trait d'Union 170:

- (unknown code) early 1939 design of seaplane, transatlantic, with 8 diesel engines CLM Junkers of 500hp coupled 2 by 2 and driving contrarotating propellers.