The Letrecké Muzeum Metoděje Vlacha will soon be receiving two World War I aircraft replicas for its collections:a Morane-Saulnier BB, a 1915 observation biplane designed for the Royal Flying Corps, and a Caudron G.III.
The Caudron replica will be built using modern techniques and aluminium tubes, and will be powered by a Rotec R2800 engine. Its dimensions appear to be slightly inferior to the original design. It is currently being covered and assembled.
The Morane-Saulnier BB replica will be powered by an 80-hp Continental flat four, in place of the 80-hp Le Rhône rotary engine of the original aircraft. Once complete, it will be prepared for its maiden flight.