CIDNA s Wibault-Penhoet 282.T12 F-AMHK, the first production aeroplane.
Air Union's Wibault-Penhoet 282.T12 F-AMHN, in Golden Clipper gold and red livery, flying near Croydon in 1933.
The original Wibault 280T prototype in Air France livery after being converted to 283.T12.
Wibault 283.T12 F-AMYD outside the old Le Bourget terminal.
The first prototype Wibault 280T after delivery to the Government and conversion to 281.T10 with 300 h.p. Titan engines.
Wibault 282.T12 of Air France, Le Rapide, at Croydon in 1937.
Air France s dark blue and silver Wibault-Penhoet 283.T12 F-AMYD Le Glorieux. The tail is unmodified in spite of the undercarriage pants.
Air France’s Wibault 282.T12 F-AMHK at Croydon with extra heightened rudder and small fins.
The austere flight deck of the Wibault 281.T10 prototype may not have been representative of production aircraft.
Interior of an Air France Wibault-Penhoet 282.T12.
KEITH WOODCOCK'S painting illustrates F-AMHO, one of Air Union's Wibault-Penhoet 282.T12s