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May 21 2013

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Bréguet Alizé flies again in France

A Breguet Alizé preserved in Southern France by the CAEA. (Photo Jérome (CC BY-NC-BD 2.0))

A Breguet Alizé preserved in Southern France by the CAEA. (Photo Jérome (CC BY-NC-BD 2.0))

The Bréguet Alizé n°59, restored by Alizé Marine, flew again last Saturday in Nîmes. Two test flights were made, lasting 12 and 30 minutes. The flights were made by Jean Ivars, a former French Navy pilot, and were satisfactory.

The aircraft will possibly be presented at the Salon du Bourget airshow this summer in Paris.

More info and photos can be found on Philippe Chapleau’s blog (in French).

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1 comment

  1. gul masand

    It is indeed a great news! [former Cobra, i.e. INAS 310 of the Indian Navy]

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