Orta Saint-Hubert G.1
Страна: Бельгия
Год: 1928

GETTING THEM DOWN AT WAALHAVEN: Various styles of landing over the tape are shown. 3. Kous on St. Hubert-Walter.
"International Visitors": Comte Arnold de Looz Corswarem and Mons. Maus, his pilot, with their St. Hubert monoplane (85-h.p. Walter) just before their return to Brussels.
This St. Hubert of M. Pierre Osterrieth was one of the best finished foreign machines to come over.
THE BELGIAN REPRESENTATIVE: M. Maus with his St. Hubert Monoplane. The engine of this machine is a 110-h.p. Walter (Czech).
MONOPLANE WITH WALTER ENGINE: The St. Hubert Monoplane, a Belgian Machine, but entered with the French competitors.
Powered by an 85 h.p. five-cylinder Walter Vega engine, Orta Saint-Hubert G.1 OO-AKY of the CAB was flown to the rally by Comte Jacques d’Ursel, seen here beside the machine. The three-seat G.1 was designed by Jef Guldentops for Jose Orta Constructions et Reparations Aeronautiques, based at Saint-Hubert in Wallonia.
Arriving at the chateau at 1710hr were Messieurs Marechal (left) and Robert Van de Velde of the CAB in Orta Saint-Hubert G.1 OO-ALL. On October 19, 1932, the parasol-winged machine departed for a flight to Tehran in Persia (Iran), where it arrived on November 12. By July 1933 it was reported as having been destroyed in Persia.