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F-AZVM — - Paris Air legend 17.09.2018
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Paris Air legend 17.09.2018

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Alan Brown
The aircraft appear to be a C-119 (Flying Boxcar) and a C-47 (DC-3). Great photo!
John Hoag
I believe the C-119-like aircraft is actually a French-built NORD Atlas.
hal pushpak
Nord Noratlas and DC-3 (Perhaps not a C-47 due to small pass. door?)
ken kemper
Great Photo Serge......
James Driskell
The DC-3 I can understand, but the Nord Noratlas reminds me of a bumble bee.
Andre Blanchard
Fantastic photo Serge!
skylab72
Lurking somewhere in the heart of every AeroEngineer, there lies a twin-boom design.
serge LOTHPhoto Uploader
Im late sorry Thank you André and Ken , it's actually a N2501 Nord Atlas only one flying in the world. She had been restaured but engineers and pilots in Aix en Provence. You can see it somtimes in airshows..
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