Caproni Ca 133
Man. nr
Austrian Military
Austrian Civil
German Reg.
History
3844
32
     
3845
33
     
3948
34
     
3994
35
     
Colours
All yellow except DNr. 33 .This plane was painted in August 1937 Fuselage grey-green, wings darkbrown as basic colours. Camoflage olivegreen, light grey, brownviolet, dark brown
Type
3 to 4 seat light bomber
Engine
3 PD Piaggio Stella P.VII C16
Dimensions
Length 15,35 m, span 21,50 m, height 4,00 m, wingarea 65 m2
Weights
Empty 4000 kg, normal flying weight 6565 kg
Performance
Max. speed 280 km/h, cruising speed 200 km/h , range 1350 km, service ceiling 6500 m
Armament
 
DNr 32
DNr 35
DNr. 33
DNr. 33 Camoflage August 1937
The aircraft Caproni Ca 133 is an improved modification of the model Ca 101. It had a welded steel tubular load-bearing structure, metal fabric covering, streamlined nacelle with  NACA cowlings, wheel fairings of the main landing gear, flaps and a modified tail. There were civilian and military versions of the aircraft. The latter could take on board 18 fully-equipped paratroopers and was armed with four 7.7 mm machine guns, one of which shot out of the hatch on the left side, while others were located in the dorsal and the rotating turret under the fuselage. Of the 419 produced aircraft were 21 ambulance version Ca 133S (converted from a bomber) and 329 machines were produced in a modified Ca 133T (bombers that were used as a military transport aircraft).
Four were sold to Austria and in 1938 all the bombers passed into the hands of the Germans.
Caproni Ca 133