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Flamant 311  DAS10079
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Flamant 311

Product code DAS10079

Dassault Aviation

Flamant

€ 70.21

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Scale 1 : 72

Publisher/Brand Dassault

Format approx W 52 x L 43.9 x H 15.1 cm

Version Diecast, with stand, with antenna, with landing gear

Category Aircraft Scale Models

Subcategory 1: 72 Aircraft Scale Models » 1:72 Dassault

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Product description

The first aircraft to bear the Dassault name, this twin-engine liaison and training aircraft is a classic of the 1950s that symbolizes the rebirth of the French aeronautical industry.

The first flight of prototype MB 303, flown by Georges Brian and Constantin Rozanoff, accompanied by mechanic Jean Dillaire, took place on February 10th, 1947, at Bordeaux-Mérignac.

A total of 318 Flamants were built, in three versions:
• MD 311: for bomber training (glass nose) (40 aircraft)
• MD 312: for training and liaison (142 aircraft)
• MD 315: for overseas territories and medical evacuations (136 aircraft)

The Flamant entered service in 1949 and was used by the French Air Force for training until 1984.

The Flamant saw service with four foreign nations as part of French military support programs: Cambodia, Cameroon, Madagascar and Tunisia.

About 10 MD 311/312/315s are still flying in aviation enthusiasts' associations in France (Amicale Alençonnaise des Avions Anciens, Amicale des Avions Anciens d'Albert, Association MD 312 de Montbéliard, Association des Ailes Anciennes de Corbas).

This model is based on MD 311 no. 260, built in 1952. This aircraft, currently in flightworthy condition, is presented by the Amicale des Avions Anciens d'Albert, based at Albert-Picardie airport in the Somme.



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