Front view of the DH.89 preserved in the Musée de l'Air. Formerly HG721 and G-ALGB, the aircraft was operated in France by the state Service de l'Aviation Légère et Sportive (SALS) and used for parachuting from Chalon-sur-Saône - Champforgeuil.
The Morane-Saulnier AI was conceived as a fighter in 1917. It was mainly used as an advanced trainer and also as a cvilian aerobatic aircraft. This one was flown by Alfred Fronval, chief pilot of Morane-Saulnier.
An unidentifiable flying object. Both presidential Falcon 7X jets arrived at Caen this afternoon for the D-Day commemmorations. They are devoid of markings of any size and indistinguishable. It is understood however that this one, the first to land at 4.08 PM, was No 86, call sign F-RAFB, with No 68 / F-RAFA following at 5.33 PM.
The Jupiter tandem-engined executive aircraft was conceived by the pilot, racing driver, politician and entrepeneur André Moynet and built by the Matra company in 1963. Only two flying airframes were built.