|Country of Origin||Canada (DHC-5, CC-115).|
|Similar Aircraft||C-7A Caribou.|
|Role||STOL transport, cargo (41 troops, 1/4-ton vehicles, and freight).|
|Dimensions||Length: 79 ft (24.08 m). Span: 96 ft (29.26 m).|
Buffalo C-8A WEFT Description
|Wings||High-mounted, straight from body to engines, and equally tapered outboard of engines to the blunt tips.|
|Engine(s)||Two turboprops mounted under the wings�’ leading edges.|
|Fuselage||Slab-sided with solid, rounded nose. Stepped cockpit. Upswept rear section.|
|Tail||Fin is slightly swept-back and tapered with square tip. Flats are equally tapered with blunt tips and high-mounted on the fin forming a T.|
Countries which Fly the Buffalo C-8A
Abu Dhabi, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Honduras, Kenya, Mauritania, Mexico, Oman, Peru, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, Zaire, Zambia.
Buffalo C-8A Manufacturer Web Site
de Havilland is now part of BAE Systems.