ATR 42 Msn 03 with first ATR prototype registration and colours how it was in 1984. The true F-WEGA Msn 01 crashed shortly after take-off when an engine failure was simulated on one of the engines on 17th June, 1988 (no victims). Seen here about to be unloaded to take part of Aeroscopia museum collection.
A few large aircraft - A300, Guppy, Concorde - claim a lot of space in the Aeroscopia building. The Paris was used as a liaison aircraft and this one wears the markings of a little-known Armée de l'Air unit - Escadron de Transport et d'Entrainement 6/330 'Albret' at Mont-de-Marsan.
Resting under the wing of the A400M prototype, F-WWMT, outside the Aeroscopia museum near TLS is this Cessna 310 which used to be be flown by the French flight test centre, CEV. This should be a different airframe than the one, No 693, kept by the Ailes Anciennes Toulouse next door.