FRANCE

F. 60 Goliath

The Farman Goliath F.60 is a commercial transport aircraft very popular during the interwar period.

 

The F.60 is being worked on to become a flyable aircraft

 

 

Breguet XIV

The Breguet 14 was a reconnaissance or bomber aircraft.
It was transformed into a transport plane after the war and took part in the epic of the Aéropostale.

This aircraft will not be flyable

SPAD XIII

The SPAD S.XIII was the best fighter of its time and kept control of the skies until after the end of the First World War.

 

 

This aircraft will not be flyable

Laté.28

The Laté 28 is a plane of the Latécoère company made famous by its use in the postal links between France and South America

We are working on  “the miracle of the wolves” to become a flyable aircraft.

Laté.631

( Work in progress )

 

MARSEILLE - MARIGNANE

( Work in progress )

aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

UNITED KINGDOM

Royal Aircraft Factory Be.2

(Work in progress)

 

 

 

This aircraft will not be flyable

Handley Page H47

(Work in progress) 

 

 

 

 

This aircraft will not be flyable

De Havilland DH84 dragon

(WORK IN PROGRESS)

 

 

 

 

This aircraft will not be flyable

 

Havilland MOTH

( Work in progress )

 

 

 

 

This aircraft will not be flyable

DAKAR

( Work in progress )

aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

GERMANY

JU 52

This scenario is essential to immerse yourself in Germany of the 1930’s.
All the planes, personnel and services will be transformed into elements of that era.
However, it is not mandatory to play other 35’s sceneries.

BERLIN - TEMPELHOF

In 1937, Le Bourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

KÖLN

Inaugurated on December 14, 1930, the  terminal with a large concourse, frescoed rotunda, a restaurant and stores, as well as a customs and police station was the “largest terminal in the world”

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN

Cradle of French aeronautics, this place concentrated the airfields of Blériot, Farman, Caudron and SPAD.
The first Farman Goliaths left Toussus to join Croydon in 1919.

HANNOVER

( Work in progress )

aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

HAMBURG

(Work in progress)

ort was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

OTHER

LONDON - CROYDON

In 1937, Le Bourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

AMSTERDAM - SCHIPHOL

Inaugurated on December 14, 1930, the  terminal with a large concourse, frescoed rotunda, a restaurant and stores, as well as a customs and police station was the “largest terminal in the world”

GENEVE - COINTRIN

Cradle of French aeronautics, this place concentrated the airfields of Blériot, Farman, Caudron and SPAD.
The first Farman Goliaths left Toussus to join Croydon in 1919.

COPENHAGEN

( Work in progress )

ourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

BRUXELLES

( Work in progress )

aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

BARCELONA

(Work in proress)

n 1937, Le Bourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

UNITED STATES

DC-3

In 1937, Le Bourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

FORD A trimotor

Inaugurated on December 14, 1930, the  terminal with a large concourse, frescoed rotunda, a restaurant and stores, as well as a customs and police station was the “largest terminal in the world”

SAN FRANCISCO

Cradle of French aeronautics, this place concentrated the airfields of Blériot, Farman, Caudron and SPAD.
The first Farman Goliaths left Toussus to join Croydon in 1919.

OMAHA

( Work in progress )

ourget airport was the flagship of French aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.

CHEYENNE

( Work in progress )

aeronautical technology and architecture.

Its radio system and aeronautical lighthouses surpassed those of other European capitals.