|Designer||Henri & Maurice Farman|
|Developed from||Farman F.40|
|Engine||220hp Renault 12Fa|
|Max Speed||160 km/h (99 mph) |
Designed for ground attack and close support, the Farman F.43 was a derivative of the Farman F.40 with an armored cockpit, wider wings, and a larger engine to support the increased loading. It was found to be too slow and vulnerable to enemy fighters, so after a short career it was retired to training duties. 
For more information, see Wikipedia:Farman F.40.
- Davilla, p.244.