Incident Shanghai Chenggong No. 1,
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Date:Friday 29 January 1932
Type:Shanghai Chenggong
Owner/operator:Shanghai Aircraft Repair Factory
Registration: No. 1
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 0
Aircraft damage: Destroyed
Location:Shanghai -   China
Phase: Standing
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Destination airport:
Chenggong (lit. "Success") is a trainer airplane developed by Shanghai Aircraft Repair Factory on the basis of Caudron C.59. The only prototype of Chenggong was destroyed on the ground in Japanese air raid during the Shanghai Incident in 1932. The exact date of its destruction was unclear.


Wei, G., Chen, Y. & Zhang, W. 2012. Encyclopaedia of Chinese Aircraft. Vol. 1. Beijing, China: Aviation Industry Publishing House. (in Chinese)

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