Remarks: The CM170 is an airplane for two crew members, destinated for primary training. It first flew in 1952, is the first jet in the world, built specifically for basic training of pilots. Its salient characteristic is the "V" tail-shaped . The copy on display was desactivated in the early 1990s and donated by the French government to the Aerospace Museum in 1994. This aircraft represents one of the seven-SUD AVIATION SUPER CM170 MAGISTER who flew the Brazilian Air Force (Esquadrilha da Fumaça), 1969-1974. Brasil military model T-24 (CM170R).
Remarks: Bomber/training plane used by the Brasilian Air force. Ex 53-4955 with the US Air Force first flew on 1967. Now is exposed at Rio de Janeiro's aerospace museum (MUSAL) at Dos Afonsos air base.
Remarks: First Embraer/Aeritalia/Aermacchi YA-1 (AMX) Ever built. C/N: A06/BP002. Firts flight was on October 2005 and was desactivated on April 2007. Now is exposed at MUSAL, Museo Aeroespacial to Rio de Janeiro.