The Caproni Ca.46 was a variant of the Caproni Ca.44 in the line of Caproni Ca.5 biplane twin-boom bombers. The Ca.46 featured more powerful Fiat, Isotta-Fraschini, or Liberty engines. Two were delivered to the USA and three others were produced before the war ended, with plans for larger productions being curtailed by the Armistice. 
|Number built||[note 1]|
|Developed from||Caproni Ca.44|
|Wingspan||23.4 m (76 ft 9 in)|
|Engine||3×Fiat, Isotta-Fraschini, or Liberty engines|
|Armament||nose flexible MG and|
rear flexible MG
900 kg (2,000 lb) of bombs
|Max Speed||152 km/h (94 mph)|
|Ceiling||4,500 m (14,800 ft)|
For more information, see Wikipedia:Caproni Ca.5.
Miniatures and Models
A Ca.44 model makes a fine substitute.
- Munson, p.157.
- Angelucci, p.67.
- Munson, p.83.