The Caproni-Begamaschi Ca.310 Libeccio (Italian: southwest wind) was an Italian monoplane, twin-engine reconnaissance aircraft used in World War II. Derived from the similar Ca.309, it had its combat debut during the Spanish Civil War, and took part in the earlier phases of World War II in Libya. Some were used in attack groups as a temporary replacement for the unsatisfactory Breda Ba.65. The last Ca.310 was retired by the Italian Air Force in 1948.
Caproni Ca.4 in The War That Came EarlyEdit
Although a reconnaissance plane, the Italian Caproni was pressed into service as a bomber for the Norwegians as it was the only available aircraft in their arsenal when the Germans invaded their country in 1939.