| 165 km/h|
| 20 m|
The Loire 60 was a 1930s French prototype for a long-range maritime reconnaissance flying boat produced by Loire Aviation.
It was a trimotor training seaplane for reconnaissance, derived from the Loire 50. A single prototype was built and tested, but it never entered production.
Loire 60 Wikipedia
General characteristicsCrew: Eight
Length: 10.80 m ( ft in)
Wingspan: 19.70 m ( ft in)
Height: 3.30 m ( ft in)
Gross weight: 2032 kg ( lb) each each
PerformanceMaximum speed: 165 km/h ( mph)
Service ceiling: 3000 m ( ft)