Designed by Ing. Giacomo Mosso. Photo depicts the one and only prototype built. It was not constructed to a specification of the RA (Règia Aeronautica = Royal Air Force) thus no MM (Matricola Militare = Military Matriculation, military serial) was issued. First flight by Fausto Moroni took place from Cameri on October 16, 1940.
Sometimes referred to as Fiat-CANSA FC.12 as Fiat was the parent company and the powerplant was a 600 hp Fiat A.30 RA bis.
Manufacturer: cans / Fiat (Construzioni Aeronautiche Novarese SA), Camera, Novara
Type: follow low-mounted wing trainer and dive-bombertrainer aircraft later converted to light ground attack aircraft.
The first take-off: 16 10th 1940
Manufactured items: 1 prototype
Engine: 1x 441 kW Fiat A.30RAbis (600 k)
Wingspan: 11.0 m
Length: 8.5 m
Height: 2.58 m
Wing area: 19.0 square meters
Empty weight: 1600 kg
Takeoff Weight: 2350 kg
Max. speed: 425 km / h country
Cruising speed: 350 km / h
Rate of climb: 7.0 m / s
Ceiling: 7600 m
Range: 1100 km
Armament: no training version, the bomber counting the four Breda-Safat machine guns 12.7 mm guns in the wings and 200 kg bombs