Title:  Transall

Developed as a co-operative venture between the French and German aircraft industries the Transall was designed to replace the Noratlas military transport aircraft. The name Transall derives from the company name Transport Allianz. First flown in 1963 the aircraft was supplied to both the French and German military, with small numbers also supplied to the French Postal Service and the South African Air Force.

This title contains the flight manuals for the Transall as used by the Luftwaffe and the SAAF, plus a detailed manufacturer’s brochure. The files have been scanned  from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • Luftwaffe Flight Manual (titled Flughandbuch) for the C-160 Transall, GAF T.O. 1C-160-1 dated 15 May 1979, revised to 14 November 1995, with approx 830 pages. (In the German language.)
  • South African Air Force Flight Manual (probably produced by the manufacturer) for the C.160 Transall, T.O. 1C-160-1 undated with approx 515 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s detailed specification brochure for the Transall, document TR-AC-07-01 dated January 1965 with approx 80 pages.