Category:Farman F.70

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Farman F.70.

The Farman F.70 was a 1920s French passenger and mail transport aircraft designed and built by the Farman Aviation Works. It was a smaller counterpart to the company's popular F.60 Goliath. The F.70 was an unequal-span two-bay biplane with a wooden fuselage with the pilot seated in an open cockpit behind the nose-mounted engine. Behind the open cockpit was a cabin for four to six passengers.
The F.70 was powered by a Renault V12 inline piston engine whilst the F.73 relied on the Gnome et Rhône 9Aa Jupiter radial piston engine.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the sixteen Farman F.70s and four F.73s manufactured.

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Pages in category "Farman F.70"

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