Biplane trainer and reconaissance aircraft, equipped with floats.
This plane for two persons was designed as a follow up for the Fokker C.7W
The Dutch Navy bought 24 of these aircrafts before the beginning of World War II. 2 January 1939, of which last 6 for NEI. Delivered 5 May 1939 - 6 December 1939. Serials F-1 to F-24.
Advanced training/light recce floatplane to replace C.VII-W. 11 escaped to UK 22 May 1940, for transfer to NEI. All survivors lost March 1942.
During the mobilisation and the beginning of the war, the C.14's patrolled the Dutch coast.