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Germany's Siebel Si 204 liaison

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Siebel Si 204 liaison:
Germany's Siebel Si 204 liaison

Design

The Siebel Si 204 was a popular liaison plane that was used by the Luftwaffe.

Prototype

The Siebel Si 204 prototype first flew in 1941.

Production

During World War II was manufactured at the Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre at Fourchambault and Bourges.

Initially manufactured in Germany but was transferred to France where it was produced after World War II.

Specifications

  Siebel Si 204
Type Liaison
Engine (Type) 2: Argus As 410
HP 360 each
Dimensions  
Span 70' 5"
Length 40'
Performance  
Speed 228 mph
  Siebel Si 204D
Type Transport, Trainer
Crew 2
Engine (Type) 2: Argus As 411
Cylinders Inverted V 12
Cooling Air
HP 600 each
Fuel Capacity 240 gallons
Dimensions  
Span 69' 9"
21.3 m
Length 39' 2"
11.9 m
Weight  
Loaded 12,300 lb
5,590 kg
Performance  
Speed at 7,600' / 2,320 m 230 mph
368 kph
Range 930 miles
1,490 km

Sources:

  1. World War II Airplanes Volume 1, Enzo Angelucci, Paolo Matricardi, 1976
  2. Jane's Fighting Aircraft of World War II, 1989
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