Aeroplane Monthly 1986-07
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J.Stroud - Wings of Peace (9)
Winter line-up at le Bourget. Bloch 220 F-AQNP Lorraine (nearest), F-AQNL Languedoc and, furthest, F-AQNM Provence. The Potez 620 is F-ANQM Martinet.
Bloch 220 F-AOHB Gascogne (nearest) and F-AOHD Auvergne (second in line), with modified but still sloping windscreens. The third aeroplane has the final production windscreen. At the end of the line are two Potez 62s.
Bloch 220 F-AOHB Gascogne at le Bourget with the Farman F.224 F-APMC in the background.
The first production Bloch 220 F-AOHB Gascogne, with original design of flight deck windows.
F-AOHJ Poitou was Bloch 220 No 10. It is seen with de-icer boots.
Bloch 220 F-AOHB Gascogne (nearest) and F-AOHD Auvergne (second in line), with modified but still sloping windscreens. The third aeroplane has the final production windscreen. At the end of the line are two Potez 62s.
Bloch 220 F-AOHH Savoie (nearest) with near-vertical windscreen, and next to it F-AOHC Guyenne. The first production aeroplane is the next in line.
Winter line-up at le Bourget. Bloch 220 F-AQNP Lorraine (nearest), F-AQNL Languedoc and, furthest, F-AQNM Provence. The Potez 620 is F-ANQM Martinet.
D-AXWA, one of the Bloch 220s which went to Lufthansa. Its original identity has not been traced. It is seen at Aspern Airport, Vienna, in 1940.
Flight deck of the early Bloch 220, probably the prototype, with three-panel wind­screen.
View aft from the front cabin of a Bloch 220.
KEITH WOODCOCK'S painting of the Bloch 220 shows F-AQNM which was used by Lufthansa as D-AKGC.
Bloch 220 F-AOHB Gascogne at le Bourget with the Farman F.224 F-APMC in the background.
F-ANTK Ville de Paris was a Madagascar Bloch 120.
Another Madagascar Bloch 120 was F-ANVP Ville de Tananarive.