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Arado Ar 233


Arado Ar 233

Ar 233
Role Transport amphibian flying boat
Manufacturer Arado
Status Cancelled
Number built None

The Arado Ar 233 was a 1940s German design for a civil twin-engined amphibian flying boat developed by Dewoitine in France under the control of Arado Flugzeugwerke.[1]

Design and development

The Ar 233 was a twin-engined flying-boat with room for ten passengers, it would have been powered by either two BMW 323 or BMW 801 engines.[1] A retractable tricycle landing gear would allow amphibious operation.[1] A mock-up was completed by Dewoitine in German-occupied France but the project was abandoned due to the Liberation of France in 1944.

Specifications (proposed)

Data from Jane's Fighting Aircraft of World War II[1]

General characteristics
  • Capacity: 10 passengers
  • Powerplant: 2 × BMW 323 or BMW 801 piston engines, not known kW (not known hp) each


  • Cruising speed: 304 km/h (190 mph)
  • Range: 1200 km (750 miles)

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