|Country of Origin||Spain.|
|Similar Aircraft||C-160 Transall, C-123 Provider, G.222.|
|Role||STOL, light-utility transport (18 equipped troops, light tactical vehicles), airdrop.|
|Dimensions||Length: 49 ft, 9 in (15.18 m). Span: 62 ft, 4 in (19.12 m).|
Aviocar C-212 WEFT Description
|Wings||High-mounted and unequally tapered from midwing to the square tips.|
|Engine(s)||Two turboprops mounted in pods under the wings’ leading edges.|
|Fuselage||Thick, cigar-shaped with flat bottom and upswept rear section. Stepped cockpit.|
|Tail||Fin is equally tapered with a square tip. Straight fairing in the leading edge. Flats are mid-mounted on the body and tapered with square tips.|
Countries which Fly the Aviocar C-212
Angola, Chad, Equatorial New Guinea, Ghana, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Venezuela.
Aviocar C-212 Manufacturer Web Site
Construcciones Aeronauticas SA (CASA) is now the Spanish division of EADS.