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AB Aerotransport and the Junkers G 24

By: Rob Mulder For: www.europeanairlines.no One of the most important aircraft factories of the period before 1945 was the Junkers Flugzeugwerk AG – Jfa. It produced the first useable all-metal aircraft. The first all-metal fighters were already constructed during the Great War (1914-1918) and after the war Junkers continued to[…]

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STAR and the Nieuport-Delage 641

By: Rob Mulder and in co-operation with Robert Espérou and Régis Biaux For: www.europeanairlines.no A small airliner for a small airline company was the Nieuport-Delage 641, also known as Ni-D 641. This high-winged single-engine aircraft saw limited service in France and operated two international air services for the Société de[…]

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Junkers F 13 in Norway

By: Rob Mulder For: www.europeanairlines.no One of the most important airliners from the twenties and thirties of the previous century was the all-metal Junkers J 13. The aircraft has had several designations: Until July 1919                     Junkers J 13 (in line with previous models) July 1919 – June 1924      Junkers J[…]

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Fleet list of Ad Astra Aero AG and predecessors (1919-1931)

Fleet list of Ad Astra Aero AG and predecessors (1919-1931) By: Rob Mulder, www.europeanairlines.no We would like to receive information from the reader about the mistakes in this list. Abbreviations: b/u = Broken up Canx = cancelled from the register c/n = Constructor’s Number dbr = Destroyed beyond repair f.u.[…]

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Fleet list of AB Aerotransport (1924 – 1945)

Fleet list of AB Aerotransport (1924 – 1945) By: Rob Mulder, www.europeanairlines.no We would like to receive information from the reader about the mistakes in this list. Abbreviations:             b/u = Broken up             Canx = cancelled from the register[…]

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Fleet list of Compagnie Aérienne Française – CAF (1919-1937)

Fleet list of Compagnie Aérienne Française – CAF (1919-1937) Compelled by: Robert Ésperou For: www.europeanairlines.no Abbreviations: b/u = Broken up Canx = cancelled from the register c/n = Constructor’s Number dbr = Destroyed between repair f.u. = Fate unknown In = Date aircraft was taken in use / or registered[…]

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Fleet list of Deutscher Aero Lloyd AG (1923-1926)

Fleet list of  Deutscher Aero Lloyd AG (1923-1926) Abbreviations: b/u = Broken up Canx = cancelled from the register c/n = Constructor’s Number dbr = Destroyed between repair f.u. = Fate unknown In = Date aircraft was taken in use / or registered Regn = Registration One of the most[…]

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Fleet of day Société Anonyme Air Bleu

Fleet of day Société Anonyme Air Bleu (1935-1937) By: Rob Mulder For: www.europeanairlines.no Under the leadership of Beppo de Massini the Société Anonyme Air Bleu was founded in Paris on May 23, 1935 with a stock capital of 5 million French Francs. He became the manager director of the company[…]

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Fleet list of Österreichische Luftverkehrs AG (1923-1938)

Fleet list of Österreichische Luftverkehrs AG – ÖLAG (1923-1938) By: Rob Mulder For: www.europeanairlines.no Abbreviations: b/u = Broken up Canx = cancelled from the register c/n = Constructor’s Number dbr = Destroyed beyond repair f.u. = Fate unknown In = Date aircraft was taken in use / or registered Regn[…]

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