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Registration / Serial:F-WFKH
Aircraft Original Type:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
Aircraft Generic Type:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
Aircraft Version:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Paris - Orly (LFPO / ORY)Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:29 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:519033Submit Correction
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Prototype 01 of the NC.211 Cormoran airlifter crashed on its first landing on 20 July 1948. No 1, the second machine, first flew on 9 April 1949. The programme was cancelled. Airframe ended up as a storage container at Villacoublay. Photo from: Gallica
Registration / Serial:F-WFKH
Aircraft Version:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Paris - Orly (LFPO / ORY)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:29 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:F-WFKH
Aircraft Original Type:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
Aircraft Generic Type:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
Aircraft Version:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Paris - Orly (LFPO / ORY)Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:29 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:519033Submit Correction
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Prototype 01 of the NC.211 Cormoran airlifter crashed on its first landing on 20 July 1948. No 1, the second machine, first flew on 9 April 1949. The programme was cancelled. Airframe ended up as a storage container at Villacoublay. Photo from: Gallica
Registration / Serial:F-WFKH
Aircraft Version:Aérocentre NC.211 Cormoran
C/n (msn):1
City / Airport:Paris - Orly (LFPO / ORY)Map
Country:France
Photo Date:29 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:F-BEKK
Aircraft Original Type:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
Aircraft Generic Type:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
Aircraft Version:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
C/n (msn):32
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:458332Submit Correction
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Note the manufacturer's logo on the partition, with illustrations of ambulance and air taxi use of the Courlis (curlew). Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-BEKK
Aircraft Version:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
C/n (msn):32
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:F-BEKK
Aircraft Original Type:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
Aircraft Generic Type:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
Aircraft Version:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
C/n (msn):32
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:458332Submit Correction
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Note the manufacturer's logo on the partition, with illustrations of ambulance and air taxi use of the Courlis (curlew). Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-BEKK
Aircraft Version:SECAN SUC-10 Courlis
C/n (msn):32
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:450909Submit Correction
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One of the few American aircraft on indoor display at the 1949 Salon. Registration NC90572 listed as already cancelled in 1947 as exported to either France or Switzerland. To HB-ECS in 1950. To F-BGPP in 1952 and still current 70 years later, based in Rouen. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:NC90572
Aircraft Version:Beech 35 Bonanza
C/n (msn):D-677
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:450909Submit Correction
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One of the few American aircraft on indoor display at the 1949 Salon. Registration NC90572 listed as already cancelled in 1947 as exported to either France or Switzerland. To HB-ECS in 1950. To F-BGPP in 1952 and still current 70 years later, based in Rouen. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:NC90572
Aircraft Version:Beech 35 Bonanza
C/n (msn):D-677
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Original Type:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
Aircraft Generic Type:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:450121Submit Correction
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The second prototype of the Espadon (swordfish) jet fighter, seen on display here well before its first flight on 16 September 1949. The small aft ventral air intake turned out to be ineffective. Other intake arrangements were tested, but the Espadon failed to qualify for operational service. Fitted with an auxiliary rocket motor, the third prototype F-WFRG exceeded Mach 1 in level flight in 1953. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Original Type:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
Aircraft Generic Type:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:450121Submit Correction
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The second prototype of the Espadon (swordfish) jet fighter, seen on display here well before its first flight on 16 September 1949. The small aft ventral air intake turned out to be ineffective. Other intake arrangements were tested, but the Espadon failed to qualify for operational service. Fitted with an auxiliary rocket motor, the third prototype F-WFRG exceeded Mach 1 in level flight in 1953. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest SO-6020 Espadon
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:182
Aircraft Original Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.470 Vanneau
Aircraft Generic Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.470 Vanneau
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.474 Vanneau IV
C/n (msn):182
Operator / Titles:France - Navy
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:449819Submit Correction
View count: 148
The Vanneau trainer shows its kinship to the MS.406 fighter. The Aéronavale got 70 carrier-capable Vanneau IV aircraft. Bottom right is the MS.701 Pétrel F-WFDE with ambulance markings. F-WFDK is the Sud-Ouest M2 experimental jet, fitted here with a flush cockpit canopy. Top of the picture, left to right: SO.6020 Espadon No 02, SO.7060 Deauville, SO.95 Corse II F-BBIG, Fokker S.11, Fokker S.12. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:182
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.474 Vanneau IV
C/n (msn):182
Operator / Titles:France - Navy
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:182
Aircraft Original Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.470 Vanneau
Aircraft Generic Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.470 Vanneau
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.474 Vanneau IV
C/n (msn):182
Operator / Titles:France - Navy
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:449819Submit Correction
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The Vanneau trainer shows its kinship to the MS.406 fighter. The Aéronavale got 70 carrier-capable Vanneau IV aircraft. Bottom right is the MS.701 Pétrel F-WFDE with ambulance markings. F-WFDK is the Sud-Ouest M2 experimental jet, fitted here with a flush cockpit canopy. Top of the picture, left to right: SO.6020 Espadon No 02, SO.7060 Deauville, SO.95 Corse II F-BBIG, Fokker S.11, Fokker S.12. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:182
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.474 Vanneau IV
C/n (msn):182
Operator / Titles:France - Navy
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Original Type:Nord 2100 Norazur
Aircraft Generic Type:Nord 2100 Norazur
Aircraft Version:Nord 2101 Norazur
C/n (msn):01  {2}
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:447772Submit Correction
View count: 165
The Norazur salespeople at the 1949 Salon presumably had a quiet time. Sources are not sure if a second prototype, the N.2101 with Béarn 6 engines, was built, but apparently it was - this does not seem to be a mock-up. See photo 446955 of the Dassault Ouragan for a frontal view. The N.2100, F-WFAB, took part in the flying show at Orly, wearing show number 18. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Version:Nord 2101 Norazur
C/n (msn):01  {2}
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Original Type:Nord 2100 Norazur
Aircraft Generic Type:Nord 2100 Norazur
Aircraft Version:Nord 2101 Norazur
C/n (msn):01  {2}
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:447772Submit Correction
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The Norazur salespeople at the 1949 Salon presumably had a quiet time. Sources are not sure if a second prototype, the N.2101 with Béarn 6 engines, was built, but apparently it was - this does not seem to be a mock-up. See photo 446955 of the Dassault Ouragan for a frontal view. The N.2100, F-WFAB, took part in the flying show at Orly, wearing show number 18. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:Not known
Aircraft Version:Nord 2101 Norazur
C/n (msn):01  {2}
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:447665Submit Correction
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To research the SO.4000 jet bomber, Sud-Ouest built the M1 glider and the M2 experimental jet, powered by a Derwent engine. It first flew on 13 April 1949, just before the 1949 Salon. This is probably the real thing, but it is doubtful if it was flown with the flush cockpit canopy seen here. Also its outrigger wheels are not fitted. F-WEPE is a Breguet Br 900 Louisette glider. See photo 449819 for a side-on view of the M2. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-WFDK
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest M2
C/n (msn):01
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:447665Submit Correction
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To research the SO.4000 jet bomber, Sud-Ouest built the M1 glider and the M2 experimental jet, powered by a Derwent engine. It first flew on 13 April 1949, just before the 1949 Salon. This is probably the real thing, but it is doubtful if it was flown with the flush cockpit canopy seen here. Also its outrigger wheels are not fitted. F-WEPE is a Breguet Br 900 Louisette glider. See photo 449819 for a side-on view of the M2. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-WFDK
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest M2
C/n (msn):01
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:F-WFDE
Aircraft Original Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.700 Pétrel
Aircraft Generic Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.700 Pétrel
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.701 Pétrel
C/n (msn):01
Operator / Titles:Morane-Saulnier
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:447383Submit Correction
View count: 291
The second of three MS.700 Pétrel aircraft at the 1949 Paris Salon. Apparently it is already to MS.701 standard here with Mathis G8-20, rather than Potez engines. The sign describes it as a 'colonial' light twin - not very woke! Photo 449819 shows the tail of this plane and ambulance markings. It made a tour of Africa in 1950. The small sign promises that the MS.700 prototype was to appear in the flying show at Orly on 14 May. The third airframe, flown in 1951, was the MS.703 with six, rather than four seats. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-WFDE
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.701 Pétrel
C/n (msn):01
Operator / Titles:Morane-Saulnier
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:F-WFDE
Aircraft Original Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.700 Pétrel
Aircraft Generic Type:Morane-Saulnier MS.700 Pétrel
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.701 Pétrel
C/n (msn):01
Operator / Titles:Morane-Saulnier
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:447383Submit Correction
View count: 291
The second of three MS.700 Pétrel aircraft at the 1949 Paris Salon. Apparently it is already to MS.701 standard here with Mathis G8-20, rather than Potez engines. The sign describes it as a 'colonial' light twin - not very woke! Photo 449819 shows the tail of this plane and ambulance markings. It made a tour of Africa in 1950. The small sign promises that the MS.700 prototype was to appear in the flying show at Orly on 14 May. The third airframe, flown in 1951, was the MS.703 with six, rather than four seats. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-WFDE
Aircraft Version:Morane-Saulnier MS.701 Pétrel
C/n (msn):01
Operator / Titles:Morane-Saulnier
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Original Type:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
Aircraft Generic Type:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
Aircraft Version:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:446955Submit Correction
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Most of the French aircraft at the 1949 Paris Air Show were unsuccessful, and it will not come as a surprise that this was true for the Nord 2100 Norazur transport with pusher engines. Marcel Dassault's Ouragan worked, however, and spawned a long lineage of jet fighters. Prototype 02 first flew in May 1949 - after the show. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Version:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Original Type:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
Aircraft Generic Type:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
Aircraft Version:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:446955Submit Correction
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Most of the French aircraft at the 1949 Paris Air Show were unsuccessful, and it will not come as a surprise that this was true for the Nord 2100 Norazur transport with pusher engines. Marcel Dassault's Ouragan worked, however, and spawned a long lineage of jet fighters. Prototype 02 first flew in May 1949 - after the show. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:02
Aircraft Version:Dassault MD-450 Ouragan
C/n (msn):02
Operator / Titles:France - Air Force
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Registration / Serial:F-WEAA
Aircraft Original Type:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
Aircraft Generic Type:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
Aircraft Version:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
C/n (msn):02
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:446639Submit Correction
View count: 128
Named after the seaside resort in Normandy, the Deauville first flew in 1947 as the SO.7050 with nosewheel landing gear. The second machine was the SO.7055 with tailwheel. By 1949, both had been converted to SO.7060 taildraggers. Aircraft 01, F-WDVZ, is reported (misread as 'F-WDYZ') to have been at the flying show of the 1949 Salon at Orly. This static exhibit is thus believed to be the second airframe, F-WEAA, which became F-BEAA later in 1949. While the c/n on the tailfin cannot be read, it appears to have a lead 0 for a prototype, i.e. 02 rather than 2. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-WEAA
Aircraft Version:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
C/n (msn):02
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:F-WEAA
Aircraft Original Type:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
Aircraft Generic Type:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
Aircraft Version:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
C/n (msn):02
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:446639Submit Correction
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Named after the seaside resort in Normandy, the Deauville first flew in 1947 as the SO.7050 with nosewheel landing gear. The second machine was the SO.7055 with tailwheel. By 1949, both had been converted to SO.7060 taildraggers. Aircraft 01, F-WDVZ, is reported (misread as 'F-WDYZ') to have been at the flying show of the 1949 Salon at Orly. This static exhibit is thus believed to be the second airframe, F-WEAA, which became F-BEAA later in 1949. While the c/n on the tailfin cannot be read, it appears to have a lead 0 for a prototype, i.e. 02 rather than 2. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-WEAA
Aircraft Version:Sud Ouest SO-7060 Deauville
C/n (msn):02
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:F-BBIG
Aircraft Original Type:Sud-Ouest S.O. 90 Cassiopée
Aircraft Generic Type:Sud-Ouest S.O. 90/93/94/95 Cassiopée/Corse
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest S.O. 95 Corse II
C/n (msn):29
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:446587Submit Correction
View count: 420
First flown in 1943 as the SO.90 Cassiopée, the Corse was a small airliner which saw limited service with the French air force and navy. The only civilian operator was apparently Air Services of India. On the right is the Sud-Ouest M.2 jet, F-WFDK. Top right, Morane-Saulnier MS.701 light twin F-WFDE, MS.474 Vanneau No 82 and an MS.733 Alcyon, F-BLYE. The glider towards the left is a Breguet Br 900 Louisette, F-WEPE. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-BBIG
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest S.O. 95 Corse II
C/n (msn):29
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:F-BBIG
Aircraft Original Type:Sud-Ouest S.O. 90 Cassiopée
Aircraft Generic Type:Sud-Ouest S.O. 90/93/94/95 Cassiopée/Corse
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest S.O. 95 Corse II
C/n (msn):29
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:446587Submit Correction
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First flown in 1943 as the SO.90 Cassiopée, the Corse was a small airliner which saw limited service with the French air force and navy. The only civilian operator was apparently Air Services of India. On the right is the Sud-Ouest M.2 jet, F-WFDK. Top right, Morane-Saulnier MS.701 light twin F-WFDE, MS.474 Vanneau No 82 and an MS.733 Alcyon, F-BLYE. The glider towards the left is a Breguet Br 900 Louisette, F-WEPE. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:F-BBIG
Aircraft Version:Sud-Ouest S.O. 95 Corse II
C/n (msn):29
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:446573Submit Correction
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The Czechoslovak stand at the 1949 Paris Air Show, with the Mráz M-3 Bonzo, OK-CIZ, and the Mráz M-2 Skaut, OK-CEB, behind the Junak. On the left is the fourth Aero 45, OK-DCB, still airworthy in 2013 as F-AZJX. The floatplane centre left is a Macchi MB.308 Idro. For the other Italian aircraft see photos 446345 & 446504. On the right, Pilatus P-2.06 prototype U-102, Nord NC.851 F-BDZE and NC.853 F-BVIV. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:OK-CNJ
Aircraft Version:Zlin Z-22 Junak
C/n (msn):23
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:446573Submit Correction
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The Czechoslovak stand at the 1949 Paris Air Show, with the Mráz M-3 Bonzo, OK-CIZ, and the Mráz M-2 Skaut, OK-CEB, behind the Junak. On the left is the fourth Aero 45, OK-DCB, still airworthy in 2013 as F-AZJX. The floatplane centre left is a Macchi MB.308 Idro. For the other Italian aircraft see photos 446345 & 446504. On the right, Pilatus P-2.06 prototype U-102, Nord NC.851 F-BDZE and NC.853 F-BVIV. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:OK-CNJ
Aircraft Version:Zlin Z-22 Junak
C/n (msn):23
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:I-RANS
Aircraft Original Type:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
Aircraft Generic Type:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
Aircraft Version:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
C/n (msn):
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:446504Submit Correction
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The Grifo (griffin) four-seater at the 1949 Paris Air Show. On the left is a Fiat G.46, I-ITAL. Top left, a Macchi MB.308 on floats and top right, the fourth Aero Ae 45, OK-DCB. It was apparently sold to Italy during the show and was airworthy in 2013 as F-AZJX. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:I-RANS
Aircraft Version:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
C/n (msn):
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:I-RANS
Aircraft Original Type:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
Aircraft Generic Type:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
Aircraft Version:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
C/n (msn):
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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The Grifo (griffin) four-seater at the 1949 Paris Air Show. On the left is a Fiat G.46, I-ITAL. Top left, a Macchi MB.308 on floats and top right, the fourth Aero Ae 45, OK-DCB. It was apparently sold to Italy during the show and was airworthy in 2013 as F-AZJX. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:I-RANS
Aircraft Version:SAI Ambrosini S-1001 Grifo
C/n (msn):
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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The Italian and Pilatus stands at the Paris Air Show with a Piaggio P.136, a model of a four-engined airliner and the Pilatus P-4, HB-AET. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:I-TORO
Aircraft Version:Fiat G-59-4B
C/n (msn):4439
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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The Italian and Pilatus stands at the Paris Air Show with a Piaggio P.136, a model of a four-engined airliner and the Pilatus P-4, HB-AET. Photo by: Dmitri Kessel / Life
Registration / Serial:I-TORO
Aircraft Version:Fiat G-59-4B
C/n (msn):4439
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:1 May 1949 to 15 May 1949
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City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:26 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
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The NC.853 was powered by a Minié 4DC.30 engine. This was troublesome and this airframe was eventually converted to NC.858 standard with a Continental C90. The airliner on the right is SO.95 Corse F-BBIG. On the left is MS.474 Vanneau advanced trainer No 82 ; in the centre behind the Corse's wing, the Sud-Ouest M.2 experimental jet, F-WFDK; and on the right, SO.6020 Espadon No 02. The helicopter is a Sud-Est SE.3110 and behind the upright Breguet Deux-Ponts wing is a mock-up of the SE.2410 Grognard. Photo from: Nationaal Archief (Netherlands)
Registration / Serial:F-BFIF
Aircraft Version:Nord NC.853
C/n (msn):22
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:26 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
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City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1949
Photo Date:26 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
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Photo ID:444843Submit Correction
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The NC.853 was powered by a Minié 4DC.30 engine. This was troublesome and this airframe was eventually converted to NC.858 standard with a Continental C90. The airliner on the right is SO.95 Corse F-BBIG. On the left is MS.474 Vanneau advanced trainer No 82 ; in the centre behind the Corse's wing, the Sud-Ouest M.2 experimental jet, F-WFDK; and on the right, SO.6020 Espadon No 02. The helicopter is a Sud-Est SE.3110 and behind the upright Breguet Deux-Ponts wing is a mock-up of the SE.2410 Grognard. Photo from: Nationaal Archief (Netherlands)
Registration / Serial:F-BFIF
Aircraft Version:Nord NC.853
C/n (msn):22
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:26 April 1949 to 15 May 1949
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