A Caproni Ca.3R replica built by Giancarlo Zanardo for the Jonathan Collection flew a few hops at the Francesco Barraca airfield near Venice, in Northern Italy. These short hops allowed Zanardo to get a felle for the engines and controls before moving on to actual flight testing.
Some adjustment are required to the propellers and central engine, but the aircraft should make its first actual flight shortly. Zanardo has already built several replicas of the Wright Flyer, Fokker Dr.I and Blériot XI, but this heavy bomber with a wingspan of nearly 75 ft is is a much bigger achivement.
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