Max Holste's first designs were the MH.52 two-seat lightweight sporting aircraft with tricycle landing gear and the MH.53 Cadet trainer variant, characterized by a twin-fin tail which reappeared on the MH.1521M Broussard utility transport and liaison aircraft, produced in quantity for the French Air Force and Army. A twin-engined development, the MH.260 Super Broussard, was redesignated Nord 262 when Max Holste became incorporated with Nord Aviation in 1961. A small remaining private sector of the company is now part of Reims Aviation, which builds Cessna aircraft under license for European distribution.

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