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Waco ZQC-6

Manufacturer: Waco Aircraft Company
First flight: 1936
Primary users: US Army Air Forces Swedish Air Force

Waco ZQC-6 (United States Army designation: UC-72H and UC-72Q was a small cargo and utility aircraft manufactured by Waco, in Troy, OH, the United States. It was one of the many variants of the Waco Custom Cabin Series of closed cockpit biplanes.

Operational history

The Swedish Volunteer Air Force used one Waco ZQC-6 during the Russo-Finnish Winter War in support of the Finns.


Waco ZQC-6
Main production variant.
USAAF designation for aircraft impressed into service.
USAAF designation for aircraft impressed into service.


Military operators


Finnish Air Force operated 1 aircraft received as aid from the Sweden, remained in Finland after the Winter War.


Swedish Air Force operated 1 aircraft under Tp-8a designation.

United States

United States Army Air Forces impressed 6 aircraft as UC-72H and UC-72Q in 1942.

Civil operators


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Specifications (ZQC-6)

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General characteristics

Crew: 2
Length: 8.40 m (27 ft 6 in)
Wingspan: 10.59 m (34 ft 9 in)
Height: ()
Max takeoff weight: 1,700 kg (3,750 lbs)
Powerplant: 1 x Jacobs L-S, L-5M or L-5MB, ()


Maximum speed: 254 km/h (137 knots, 158 mph)

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