About 60 passenger machines in various versions and variants were built. The last plane was taken from the state in 1932. In total, approximately 300 were built of Farman F.60 Goliath aircraft of all versions and varieties. Farman F.60 planes and other variants were used in 11 countries, including Poland. At that time, exotic users included countries such as Japan, Peru and Colombia. The Farman F.68 Goliath is the first heavy aircraft used in Poland. Poland bought 32 planes. The plane was adopted by the Polish Army and was used as a bomber, training plane, landing plane, and also as an agricultural plane.
Description to the picture: Farman F.68 Goliath plane used as a training plane. A soldier standing on a wing practices a parachute jump using the wing dash method.
Written by Karol Placha Hetman