The Mauboussin M.120 first flew in 1932. This airframe was built in 1938 as an M.129 model and upgraded to more powerful M.125 standard in the 1950s. It made its first flight after restoration on 1 August 2018.
The Armée de l'Air has received 17 Pilatus PC-21 trainers leased from the Babcock company. I wondered why the Tucano was not mentioned in the news reports, but it was retired from French service in 2009!
A Canadian-built PT-26A, original serial FV702, in the markings of the 'Little Norway' flying school in Canada. Formerly CF-CFV with the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, and N73520 earlier in 2019. Fairchild c/n T43-4536 is reported for an earlier issue of N73520, and this c/n is listed by the French CAA.. The name is on the port side only. Other preserved Cornells have worn the same markings.