The Caudron G.4 was designed as a twin engined development of the G.3 tractor biplane.
While the G.4 had a similar pod and boom layout to the G.3, it has two engines mounted on struts
between the wings instead of a single similar engine at the front of the crew (pilot and observer-gunner) nacelle,
while wingspan was increased and the tailplane had four rudders instead of two.
This biplane could to carry a bombload of 100 kg and was armed with a turreted machineguns.
Length: 7.2 m Wingspan: 17.2 Height: 2.6 m
Wing area: 39 sq.m
Powerplant: 2 x 80 (100) hp
Service ceiling: 4000 (4500) m
Empty weight: 733 (848) kg
Max takeoff weight: 1180 (1347) kg
Maximum speed: 124 (132) km/h
Endurance: 3,5 (4) hours
Russian Caudron G.4 airplane
The machineguns of Russian Caudron G-4 in World War 1