Aircraft Profiles
Beech C-45 - Part I
The Beechcraft C-45 was a widely-used utility transport aircraft which saw service with civilian and military users all over the world.

The Beechcraft Model 18 was the basis for the various versions, and the production ran from 1937 until 1969 with over 9,000 made.

The C-45 had a crew of one or two and carried 6-11 passengers. It was used for aircrew training, as a bomber, photo recon, and general transport.
Country of Origin:
C-45 - Argentina
C-45 - Brazil
C-45 - Canada
C-45 - Chile
AT-11 - China
AT-11 - Colombia
D-18S - Dominican Republic
D-18S - Egypt
C-45 - France