|First flight||7 Aug 1918 |
|Number built||95 |
|Armament||2×fixed sync. Vickers and|
rear flexible Lewis
|Max Speed||242 km/h (150 mph) |
|Climb||2000m in 4:36 |
|Ceiling||8,900 m (29,200 ft) |
The SPAD 20 was a response to the "C2" two-man fighter specification, eventually filled by the Hanriot H.D.3. It featured a swept upper (but not lower) wing and an all-wood fuselage reminiscent of Albatros aeroplanes. Three hundred were ordered, but after the Armistice the order was reduced to one hundred, of which 95 were delivered after the war. 
For more information, see Wikipedia:SPAD S.XX.
- Davilla, p.524.