Aeroplane Monthly 1986-05
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J.Stroud - Wings of Peace (7)
Potez 621 сохранил компоновку Potez 54, но его фюзеляж стал более элегантным. "Air France" использовала Potez 621 на своих европейских линиях.
Potez 62 No 1 F-ANPG Albatros. This aircraft first flew on January 28, 1935, and served with Air France.
Air France has adopted the Potez 62 as a standard type. It does 201 m.p.h. with two moderately supercharged Gnome Rhone Mistral Majors.
F-ANPI Cigogne, the third Potez 62.0, in standard Air France livery. The route board below the F on the fuselage reads “Cannes Marseille Lyon Paris”.
F-ANPI with Gnome-Rhone Mistral Major engines. These engines had opposite rotation, as can be seen from the propellers. In the background is the Wibault 282.T12 F-AMHM.
The view of F-ANPI clearly shows the engine installation as well as the inset aileron and trim tab.
Potez 62.0 F-AOTU La Seduisante operating a Paris-London service.
Potez 62.1 F-AOTV Alcyon seen at le Bourget.
Potez 62.0 F-ANQM Martinet shares the apron at Marignane, Marseilles, with a Liore et Olivier H 242.
The flight deck of an Air France Potez 62 is seen here, showing the radio operator's position on the starboard side.
The cabin, looking aft.
Air France's Potez 62.1 F-APOC Heron with modified flight deck windows and propeller spinners.
F-ANPI with Gnome-Rhone Mistral Major engines. These engines had opposite rotation, as can be seen from the propellers. In the background is the Wibault 282.T12 F-AMHM.
Potez 62.0 F-ANQM Martinet shares the apron at Marignane, Marseilles, with a Liore et Olivier H 242.