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SNCAC (Farman) NC.470, NC.471 SNCAC (Farman) NC.470, NC.471

1937

Floatplane trainer; some were used for reconaissance in 1939. The NC.470 was initially developed by Farman ...

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The first prototype NC.530 Exp flew on 29 June 1939, the second NC.530.01 on 29 ...

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SNCAC NC.530

1939

SNCAC NC.530

SNCAC NC.600 SNCAC NC.600

1940

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Twin-engined eight-passenger transport aircraft (Si.204A) and military instrument trainer (Si.204D), production of which began in ...

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SNCAC NC.701/NC.702 Martinet

1942

SNCAC NC.701/NC.702 Martinet

SNCAC NC.3021 Belphegor SNCAC NC.3021 Belphegor

1946

An experimental aircraft intended for high-altitude researches. The only prototype flew for the first time ...

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The only prototype of the NC.1070 naval bomber flew for the first time on 23 ...

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SNCAC NC.1070

1947

SNCAC NC.1070

SNCAC NC.840 Chardonneret SNCAC NC.840 Chardonneret

1948

Four-seat cabin monoplane.

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Turbojet-powered derivative of the NC.1070, the NC.1071 had enormous underwing engine nacelles, which ...

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SNCAC NC.1071

1948

SNCAC NC.1071

SNCAC NC.211 Cormoran SNCAC NC.211 Cormoran

1948

Large four-engined transport with a deep fuselage. The first prototype crashed during its first flight ...

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The NC.853 was a two-seat light monoplane powered by a 56kW Minie 4DC-32 engine. From ...

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SNCAC NC.853/NC.854

1949

SNCAC NC.853/NC.854

SNCAC NC.1080 SNCAC NC.1080

1949

Designed under the direction of Ingenieur Pillon and built by the SNCA du Centre (Aerocentre), the ...

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