ARMELLA-SENEMAUD MISTRAL

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ARMELLA-SENEMAUD MISTRAL

Postby TASSE » Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:34 pm

The Armella-Senemaud AS.10 Mistral was a parasol wing amphibian powered by 2 de Havilland Gipsy engines in the pusher mode. It had sponsons that folded down to form a land undercariage. It was displayed at the Paris salon in 1935.

Any more information on this plus photos and drawings would be welcome.

TASSE.
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Re: ARMELLA-SENEMAUD MISTRAL

Postby AquilaAudax » Thu Apr 16, 2009 10:30 am

Hello Tasse

I know I have something about that bird in my files but can't lay my hands on it right now.

Bill Gunston in his World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers has the following entry, for what it's worth:

"Armella-Senemaud (France): Emerged at 1934 Paris airshow with 4-seat amphibian with twin pusher Gipsy Majors, possibly not flown"

Cheers

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Re: ARMELLA-SENEMAUD MISTRAL

Postby TASSE » Thu Apr 16, 2009 2:06 pm

Thank you AA.
I found a very small photo of it in flight which is too small to show.

I look forward hoping that you find something.

Thanks TASSE.
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