Used by more than 20 countries. Afghanistan, Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, China, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, Guatemala, Indo-China, Japan, Madagascar, Morocco, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, Turkey, Uruguay, USSR, and Yugoslavia.
Used by the French air force into the mid-1930s. Other countries used them into the 1940s.
The Potez 25 was licensed built by Poland, Portugal, Romania, and Yugoslavia.
Switzerland had a mix of liquid and air cooled engines in their Potez 25s. One air cooled engine used was the Gnome-Rhône 9Ac Jupiter.
The Chinese air force used the Potez 25s against the Japanese.
The Ethiopian military used the Potez 25s against the Italians in 1935.