Vintage french airplanes

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Business Traveller. Facebook Twitter Email. But there's nothing like the nostalgic thrill of getting close to some of aviation's greatest pioneers, from the Bleriot XI that took Louis Bleriot over the English channel into the de Havilland Dragon Rapide that carried both General Francisco Franco and Charles de Gaulle on history-changing operations, to the Tupolev Tus that were the workhorses of the Soviet bloc.

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At no other chateau in all of France will you find a Soviet helicopter parked on the back lawn. Or a s hovercraft. Or a record-breaking collection of World War II fighter jets for that matter.

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Le Bourget is the oldest airport in France and it's a pretty famous name for aviation enthusiasts, antique airplane buffs and even historians. We're talking about that world changing flight by Charles Lindbergh You can't get to the spot where Lindbergh landed, but the staff will point out the approximate spot out on the field beyond the fence.

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Wait, what? Back in the s, former pilot and racing-driver Michel Pont inherited a centuries-old French chateau. Pont also happened to be an avid collector of vintage planes, among other things, which for years he had rescued from countries across the world, partly to prevent them from being destroyed. At the last count, his collection of fighter jets numberedofficially listed by Guinness as the largest collection of its type in the world.

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Few events can boast such a breadth and depth of participants. The show includes several traditional themed set-pieces each year, however the participants included within these and the structure of the sequences can differ. In the main the regular segments and set-pieces are run fairly chronologically, illustrating the rapid advancement of aviation technology from the pioneers of the early s to the present day.

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Nearly every airplane flying today, from a humble Cessna to the mammoth Airbus A, uses the same stick-and-rudder-style controls. Moving the yoke or stick back and forth changes pitch; moving it sideways controls roll; pushing rudder pedals adjusts yaw. Airplanes great and small have almost the same feel, and until acted upon by some outside force, most will fly straight and level.

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Hundreds of spectators gathered in Normandy, France, on Wednesday to watch about paratroopers participating in the Daks Over Normandy event, organized to reenact the jump made by Allied troops in the aerial assault that preceded the seaborne invasion on D-Day, June 6, And one of the more stunning sites was year-old U. World War II D-Day veteran paratrooper, Tom Rice, who parachuted in a tandem jump into roughly the same area he landed in 75 years ago.

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Aviation history was shaped by hundreds of unique aircraft and the pioneering pilots who dared to fly them. While many of these aircraft designs have been long abandoned, a small number are still airworthy. A single-engine tractor monoplane built from ash wood and wire, the XI was later used in military service and in air races. The A was primarily used for freight transportation due to its spacious cargo hold.

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An Indian Air Force pilot found himself in a dogfight last week with a warplane from the Pakistani Air Force, and ended up a prisoner behind enemy lines for a brief time. The pilot made it home in one piece, however bruised and shaken, but the plane, an aging Soviet-era MiG, was less lucky. The aerial clash, the first by the South Asian rivals in nearly five decades, was a rare test for the Indian military — and it left observers a bit dumbfounded.

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Numerous aircraft were designed and built in France, but many aircraft from elsewhere, or part of joint ventures have been used as well. Lighter-than-air aircraft such as dirigibles and balloons found use starting in the 19th century used mainly for observation. The advent of World War I saw an explosion in the number France's aircraft, though development slowed after.

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