|First flight||Jan 1918 |
|Number built||10 |
|Engine||2×250hp Hispano-Suiza 8B vees|
|Max Speed||135 km/h (84 mph) |
The Tellier T.3 and T.6 were only capable of carrying a light payload, so the Tellier T.4 and Tellier T.5 were designed for a heavier bomb load. The T.5 mounted a pair of Hispano-Suiza engines back-to-back in a push-pull configuration. An order was placed in mid-1918, but only about ten were completed before the Armistice. 
- Davilla, p.534.