Siebel Si 204

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Siebel Si 204
Siebel Si 204 in a museum.
Role Transport aircraft
National origin Nazi Germany
Manufacturer Siebel.
First flight 1938
Status Retired
Primary user Luftwaffe

The Siebel Si 204 was a World War II-era German light transport aircraft built by Siebel. After the war it was also built in Czechoslovakia as Aero C3 and in France as SNCAN NC-701 Martinet. Siebel Si 204 was a twin-engine monoplane that can carry about ten passengers. Major user were the Luftwaffe.

Bibliography[change | change source]

  • Mondey, David (1996). Axis Aircraft of World War II. Chancellor Press, London. ISBN 1851529667
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