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Ansaldo Licenced Built Aircraft
Ansaldo Licensed Built Aircraft.
Single seat biplane reconnaissance floatplane, a British Sopwith Baby built under license with minor changes.
The Dewoitine D.1 was demonstrated in several countries.
Italy purchased one, but then constructed 112 of their own version under the designation Ansaldo AC.2.
The Dewoitine D.9 was a French monoplane fighter built by Dewoitine and built under licence in Italy as the Ansaldo AC.3.
The biggest achievement of the type was an order to license build 150 aircraft for the Italian Regia Aeronautica, built by Ansaldo as the Ansaldo AC.3.
The type served into the 1930s with the Italian forces.
A direct descendant of the AC.2 the AC.4 replaced the Hispano-Suiza V-8 engine with a 310 kW (420 hp) FIAT A.20 V-12 engine.
Flown in 1927 with only one being built.
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