This Alcyon was built in 1958 and was delivered to the French AF as 154. In Jun-1966 it became civil as F-BNEI. This registration was cancelled in Feb-1996. The Musée Régional de l'Air salvaged the wreck in 1999 and started to restore the aircraft with the help of parts from other aircraft. It was registered as F-BXJR in Jan-2008 and on 08-Mar that year it made its first flight after restoration. The museum was later renamed Espace Air Passion.
This MC-15 made its first flight on 20-Jul-1985 as F-WZIV. In Sep-1985 it was registered as F-PZIV. In Nov-2015 this was cancelled as withdrawn from use and then went to the Espace Air Passion museum at Angers.
Built in 1936 its original registration (if any) is currently unknown. It was rebuilt by Roland Denize in 1947 as F-PEEX and officially registered in Aug-1948. Its last flight was made 01-Dec-1963 and in Oct-1964 its Certificate of Airworthiness expired. In 1971 its registration was cancelled and it was stored. In 1993 it went to the Musée de l'Air at Nancy-Essey, and in May-2001 it went to the Musée Régional de l'Air at Angers, in 2013 renamed Espace Air Passion, where it is in storage
F-PREF was built by Michel Reiser and made its first flight 06-Dec-2000. It was registered in Apr-2001 and cancelled in May-2016 as withdrawn from use. It then went to the Espace Air Passion at Angers, where it is in storage
F-BHVI was registered in Mar-1957. In Feb-1979 its registration was cancelled as withdrawn from use. In 1995 it was seen stored at Cahors-Lalbenque, and later it went to the Musée Régional de l'Air at Angers, in 2013 renamed Espace Air Passion, where it is in storage.
The first flight was made as French Army 78 on 21-Jun-1960. Its last flight was on 14-Sep-1977 and in Apr-1978 it went into storage. Next the aircraft was assigned to the Musée de l'Aviation Légère de l'Armée de Terre in Dax. In May-1993 it went to Association Epsilon who sold it. In Apr-1996 it was registered as F-AZRC. In 2012 it was acquired by the Musée Régional de l'Air who are restoring it and hope to fly it in the future.
Built in 1944/45 it was registered HB-416. In 1951 it went to Belgium as OO-ZPG where it was officially registered in Aug-1970. This registration was cancelled in Mar-1978 and in Aug-1987 it was registered as F-AZBI. In 2018 it went to the Espace Air Passion museum at Angers
Built in 2000 by Jean Précetti it was registered as F-PJHB but it probably never flew. It went to the Espace Air Passion museum at Angers where it is painted as C-430 F-AMVB to commemorate famous aviatrix Hélène Boucher who didn't survive a crash in it on 11-Nov-1934.