Henri Farman H.F.20

Henri Farman H.F.20

A woefully underpowered machine, the H.F. 20 Series planes could only be used on observation flights in France. It also served as a trainer, and in secondary theaters, notably in German East Africa where an H.F.22 variant participated in the hunt for the Konigsberg.

Top Speed: 65 m.p.h.

Manufacturer: Farman Freres

Year: 1914

Engine: 80 h.p. Gnome 7-cylinder rotary

Wingspan: 44 feet 10 inches

Weight: 1,565 lb.

Armament: 1 machine gun