cricri
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CN 235-300 : Military Or Civil A/c?

Wed Feb 02, 2000 2:52 am

Hello,
Could someone tell me more about this plane? I only heard it is a spanish plane. It's the first time I ever heard about this plane but the picture wasn't so good. Seems to be a twin turbo-prop plane. For what does the letters CN stand for?
Thanks for your explanations.
 
Guest

Could Be Morocco

Wed Feb 02, 2000 2:58 am

as far as i know CN reg is assigned to Morocco,it could be a military aircraft ???need more confirmation about this
 
superdawg
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Joined: Sat Jan 22, 2000 1:45 am

RE: CN 235-300 : Military Or Civil A/c?

Wed Feb 02, 2000 3:05 am

The CN-235 is built by CASA of Spain and IPTN of Indonesia. It is used for both military and civil, although most sales have been to military customers. Binter of spain flys a few of the civil versions.
 
Guest

Thanx Super

Wed Feb 02, 2000 3:13 am

never thought of it that way ,thanx superdawg for clarification

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