Nose view of the Fouga Magister training jet and its nose radio loop antennas. Museum Aeroscopia in Toulouse-Blagnac
Concorde and Caravelle, the two greatest classics at the new aviation museum Aeroscopia in Toulouse-Blagnac
The A300B2 proto -the first Airbus ever- was shamefully scrapped, but this 1985 Pan Am A300B4 was painted in the original Airbus colours to represent it. Museum Aeroscopia in Toulouse-Blagnac
French derivate of the Bf108, the nose was enlarged to house the Renault engine. Museum Aeroscopia in Toulouse-Blagnac
Delivered in 1968 and stored at Toulouse since at least 2007, it was finally scrapped in 2014.
Will be registered ZS-SZI
Flying for Germanwings
Flying for Air Algerie