The Aermacchi AL-60C version was built under license by Atlas Aircraft Corporation in South Africa. This aircraft was designated the Atlas C4M and known as the Kudu. Over 40 aircraft were built and served the South African Air Force between 1974 and 1991.
The C4M was a six/eight-seat light transport aircraft, which could be converted rapidly from the passenger to the freight role, and vice versa, and could operate from unprepared surfaces. Powered by a 340 hp Piaggio-built Lycoming GSO-480-BIB3 engine and registered ZS-IZF (c/n 001), the C4M prototype flew for the first time on February 16, 1974, and certification to FAR Part 23 was granted on June 16, 1975.
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