|Country of Origin||Canada (DHC-4A, CC-108).|
|Similar Aircraft||Buffalo C-8A, DHC-5.|
|Role||STOL utility transport (32 equipped troops, 1/4-ton trucks).|
|Dimensions||Length: 72 ft, 7 in (22.14 m). Span: 95 ft, 2 in (29.16 m).|
Caribou C-7A WEFT Description
|Wings||High-mounted with straight leading edge and forward-tapered trailing edge from engines to the blunt tips.|
|Engine(s)||Two piston engines mounted in wings�’ leading edges. Engine nacelles extend beyond leading edges.|
|Fuselage||Slab-sided with solid, rounded nose. Stepped cockpit. Upswept rear section.|
|Tail||Flats mid- to low-mounted on tail fin and tapered with blunt tips. Large fin tapered with blunt tip.|
Countries which Fly the Caribou C-7A
Ecuador, India, Malaysia, Spain, Thailand, United States of America.
Caribou C-7A Manufacturer Web Site
de Havilland is now part of BAE Systems.