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City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Event:Meeting Aéronautique de Buc 1920
Photo Date:8 October 1920
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:518937Submit Correction
View count: 233
French President Millerand watched this event from the balcony on the left side of the so-called Hôtel Blériot. The Nieuport 80 and 81 were trainer variants of the two-seat Nieport 12 scout. Some examples did not have dual controls. Photo from: Gallica
Registration / Serial:F-ABDF
Aircraft Version:Nieuport 80
C/n (msn):10667
City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:8 October 1920
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Event:Meeting Aéronautique de Buc 1920
Photo Date:8 October 1920
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:518937Submit Correction
View count: 233
French President Millerand watched this event from the balcony on the left side of the so-called Hôtel Blériot. The Nieuport 80 and 81 were trainer variants of the two-seat Nieport 12 scout. Some examples did not have dual controls. Photo from: Gallica
Registration / Serial:F-ABDF
Aircraft Version:Nieuport 80
C/n (msn):10667
City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:8 October 1920
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:July 1936 to February 1938
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:477935Submit Correction
View count: 240
Note the large tailplane, actually a second wing. The tandem-wing Taupin was built in some numbers by the Société Française de Construction Aéronautique (SFCA). The company was based here at Buc, a historic airfield adjacent to Toussus-le-Noble (LFPN). Louis Blériot established his ambitious Aeropark here in 1909. The grand building was the student pilots' hotel, known as the Hôtel Blériot and in use at this time with the Groupe Aérien du Touring Club de France.
Registration / Serial:F-AONU
Aircraft Version:SFCA Taupin
C/n (msn):4
City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:July 1936 to February 1938
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:July 1936 to February 1938
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:477935Submit Correction
View count: 240
Note the large tailplane, actually a second wing. The tandem-wing Taupin was built in some numbers by the Société Française de Construction Aéronautique (SFCA). The company was based here at Buc, a historic airfield adjacent to Toussus-le-Noble (LFPN). Louis Blériot established his ambitious Aeropark here in 1909. The grand building was the student pilots' hotel, known as the Hôtel Blériot and in use at this time with the Groupe Aérien du Touring Club de France.
Registration / Serial:F-AONU
Aircraft Version:SFCA Taupin
C/n (msn):4
City / Airport:Buc (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:July 1936 to February 1938
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact