THE ONLY ONE. The last of a long and distinguished line of "Co." aircraft produced by the Societa Aeroplani Caproni of Milan, the five/six-seat Ca. 193 was flown for the first time in 1947. Only this single prototype was constructed. Powered by two pusher Blackburn Cirrus Major III in-lines, each of 155 b.h.p., the Ca. 193 has a max. speed of 186 m.p.h. at sea-level. Min. speed 65 m.p.h. Service ceiling 17,700ft. Weights, empty 2,685 lb.: loaded 4,185 lb. Span 45 ft. 3 in.; length 29 ft. 6 in.; height 8 ft. 2 in. The Ca. 193 was seen at the Venice Exposition in July.