As a result of this and subsequent operational evaluation at Le Plessis-Belleville and Perthe, 1,000 examples of the S.E.A. 4 C2 were ordered. Potez, Bloch and an industrialist, Bessonneau, established the Société Anjou Aéronautique to fulfil part of this order, the remainder being contracted to SFCA (Société Anonyme Française de Constructions Aéronautiques), the Ateliers d'Aviation L Janoir and SAIB (Societe Anonyme d'Applications Industrielles du Bois).
The first series S.E.A. 4 C2 was completed on Armistice Day, November 11, 1918, Anjou Aeronautique finishing 30 before going into liquidation. A new company was then set up at Aubervilliers, Aéroplanes Henry Potez, with the initial task of completing unfinished S.E.A. 4 C2s, a total of 115 reportedly being finished, and another 25 adapted as passenger transports being built as Potez VIIs. View also photo 3783.
Span: 39 ft 4.5 in (12.00 m)
Length: 27 ft 10.5 in (8.50 m)
Height: 10 ft 2 in (3.10 m)
Wing area: 403.66 sq.ft (37.50 sq.m)
Weight empty: 2,210 lb (1,002 kg)
Loaded weight: 3,401 lb (1,543 kg)
Max speed: 128 mph (206 kmh) at 6,560 ft (2,000 m)
Climb: to 6,560 ft (2,000 m) 6 min 18 sec
Endurance: 2.25 hrs