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Aeromada HCT1FB "Caravel" Flying Boat saries

Aeromada HCT1FB "Caravel" Flying Boat

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The Aeromada HCT1FB "Caravel" Flying Boat



Type: Flying Boat Airliner
First Flight: 1930



Nation of Origin: Corindia
Operators: Corindia (Retired)
Crew: 3
Maximum Take-off weight: 8000kg
Speed: 240km/h
Range: 1600km
Ceiling: 4000m
Length: 18.8m
Wingspan: 30.48m
Height : 4.78m
Engines: 2 x Coron Electro 2-300X Radial Engines


Armament:
None


Aeromada HCT1FB "Caravel" Flying Boat


The Aeromada HCT1FB was a Corindi flying boat of the 1930s and 1940s produced by Aeromada Incoporada. Many examples were pressed into Corindi service during the First Imperial War and WW2 despite their age and near obsolescence. The HCT1FB was intended to be able to bring passengers and cargo to destinations in the Western Isles which had not yet developed the infrastructure to maintain runways, and to bring passengers between islands which were major hubs of commerce. It was one of the first passenger aircraft with the range necessary for regular flights across the Southern Sea and Pacific Ocean. The largest buyer of HCT1FB airframes was the Corindi flag carrier Cielo Azul.

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Contemporary aircraft:
Cabrera NB1 Tartane Patrol Bomber
Bretodeau HCT4 Marlin Transport Aircraft

Related lists:
List of Corindi Military Aircraft
List of Corindi Aircraft
Aircraft Previously Used by the Corindi Military
Historical Military Equipment


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Robledo CT3 "Grouper" Cargo Aircraft saries

Robledo CT3 "Grouper" Cargo Aircraft

The Robledo CT3 "Grouper" Cargo Aircraft



Type: Cargo/Transport Aircraft
First Flight: 1934



Nation of Origin: Corindia
Operators: Corindia (Retired)
Crew: 3
Passengers: 10
Maximum Take-off weight: 7000kg
Speed: 330km/h
Range: 1400km
Ceiling: 7800m
Length: 15.7m
Wingspan: 22.6m
Height : 3.8m
Engines: 2 x Coron Electro 2-1000A


Armament:
None

The Robledo CT3 "Grouper" Cargo Aircraft


The Robledo CT3 was an early Corindi airliner and cargo plane, considered one of the first such aircraft to fully incorporate advances such as all-metal (imported anodized aluminium) semi-monocoque construction, a fully cantilevered wing and retractable landing gear. Other advanced features included control surface trim tabs, an autopilot and de-icing boots for the wings and tailplane.

Robledo considered safety features highly, building in structural strength as well as incorporating design elements that enhanced customer comfort and well-being, such as the thermostatically-controlled, air conditioned and soundproof cabin. The crew included a pilot and copilot, and for civilian passenger flights, a flight attendant who could tend to passenger needs. The main landing gear did not fully retract; a portion of the wheels extended below the nacelles, typical of designs of the time, as a means of reducing structural damage in a wheels-up landing. The tail-wheel was not retractable.

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Contemporary aircraft:
Bretodeau HCT4 "Marlin" Transport Aircraft

Related lists:
List of Corindi Military Aircraft
List of Corindi Aircraft
Aircraft Previously Used by the Corindi Military
Historical Military Equipment


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Aeromada HCT2FB "Carrack" Flying Boat saries

Aeromada HCT2FB "Carrack" Flying Boat

The Aeromada HCT2FB "Carrack" Flying Boat



Type: Flying Boat Airliner
First Flight: 1939



Nation of Origin: Corindia
Operators: Corindia (Retired)
Crew: 9
Maximum Take-off weight: 38000kg
Speed: 340km/h
Range: 6000km
Ceiling: 6000m
Length: 32.33m
Wingspan: 42.6m
Height : 6.22m
Engines: 4 x Coron Electro 2-500B


Armament:
None


Aeromada HCT2FB "Carrack" Flying Boat


The Aeromada HCT2FB was a Corindi flying boat of the 1930s and 1940s produced by Aeromada Incoporada. It was the largest seaplane in Corindi service during the First Imperial War and WW2. One of the largest aircraft of the time, it used a wing very similar to the HB8 bomber prototype to achieve the range necessary for flights across the Southern Sea and Pacific Ocean. Ten HCT2FB were built by Aeromada, all were brought into service for Cielo Azul, and then transferred to the Corindi military upon the outbreak of hostilities.

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Contemporary aircraft:
Cabrera NB1 Tartane Patrol Bomber
Robledo NB4 Merchantman Patrol Bomber
Bretodeau HCT4 Marlin Transport Aircraft

Related lists:
List of Corindi Military Aircraft
List of Corindi Aircraft
Aircraft Previously Used by the Corindi Military
Historical Military Equipment


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Bretodeau HCT4 Marlin Transport Aircraft saries

Bretodeau HCT4 Marlin Transport Aircraft

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The Bretodeau HCT4 "Marlin"



Type: Cargo/Transport Aircraft
First Flight: 1941



Nation of Origin: Corindia
Operators: Corindia (Retired)
Cockpit Crew: 2
Passengers: 50
Maximum Take-off weight: 33000kg
Speed: 450km/h
Range: 6500km
Ceiling: 7000m
Length: 28.6m
Wingspan: 35.8m
Height : 8.38m
Engines: 4 x Coron Electro 4-1000B


The Bretodeau HCT4 Marlin Transport Aircraft


The Bretodeau HCT4 Marlin was a four-engined transport aircraft used by the Corindi Air Force, Army, and Navy during the First Imperial War, World War II, and the Korean War. The HCT4 was derived from a civilian airliner, the Bretodeau PL4. Besides transport of cargo, the HTC4 also carried presidents, executives, and military staff. Dozens of variants of the HTC4 were employed in a wide variety of non-combat roles such as air-sea rescue, scientific and military research, and missile tracking and recovery. After the Korean War it continued to be used for military and civilian uses by numerous countries around the region. This was the first aircraft to carry the President of Corindia.

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Contemporary aircraft:
Aeromada FB1 "Goose" Fighter
Aeromada FB3 "Rayo" Fighter

Related lists:
List of Corindi Military Aircraft
List of Corindi Aircraft
Aircraft Previously Used by the Corindi Military
Historical Military Equipment

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Side View of the HCT4



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