Ateliers de Construction Aéronautique de Zeebruges

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Ateliers de Construction Aéronautique de Zeebruges (ACAZ) also known as Zeebrugge Aeronautical Construction Company (Zacco) was a Belgian aircraft manufacturer of the 1920s, based in Zeebrugge.[1]

The company built a number of innovative prototypes, but due largely to indifference by the Belgian government, the company folded without having put a single design into mass production.

List of Aircraft[edit]

  • ACAZ T.1 (1924) Single-engine monoplane. One built and destroyed during a test flight.
  • ACAZ T.2 (1924) Single-engine monoplane. One of world's first all-metal monoplane. One built
  • ACAZ C.2 (1926) Single-engine two-seat fighter/reconnaissance all-metal biplane. One built


  1. ^ Mondey, David, ed. (1978). Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of the World's Aircraft. A&W Publishers, Inc. p. 64. ISBN 0-89479-032-3. Missing or empty |title= (help)