Morane-Saulnier M.S.130

Morane-Saulnier M.S.130


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Morane-Saulnier M.S.130

The Morane-Saulnier M.S.130 was a parasol wing trainer that saw most use with the French navy. It was developed from the M.S.53, itself an improved version of the M.S.50. The M.S.50 was similar to the M.S.35, a training aircraft originally developed in 1915. This first aircraft had a straight parasol wing. The M.S.50 had a straight wing with an improved aerodynamic profile and round tips. The M.S.53 of 1924 had a sweptback parasol wing, described by Morane-Saulnier as being 'autostable'. It was followed in 1925 by the M.S.129, which had a more powerful 180hp Hispano-Suiza engine.

The M.S. 130 appeared in 1926. It had a sweptback 'autostable' parasol wing, a carefully contoured fuselage (built around a rectangular frame that was faired out to produce the curved shape), and a yet more powerful engine, using an uncowled 230hp Salmson 9Ab radial. The M.S.50. M.S.53 and M.S.129 had sold in small numbers, but the M.S.130 was rather more successful. A total of 145 aircraft were built, with most going to the French navy, where they were used at naval air training centres from 1927 until 1935. The French military aviation service ordered a small batch, fifteen were sold to Brazil, two to Belgium, and the type also sold to China, Guatemala and Turkey.

A number of variants were produced, mostly by fitting an alternative engine to the basic design (see list below and separate articles). The second M.S.130 was given a modified undercarriage in 1929 (as later used on the M.S.230) and entered in the 1929 Coupe Michelin air race. Two further M.S.130s were later converted to the M.S.230 standard.

Variants
M.S.131: One conversion with 230hp Lorraine engine
M.S.132: One conversion with 120hp Salmson 7Ac radial engine
M.S.133: Four conversions with 270hp Gnome-Rhone 5Kc radial engine
M.S.134: Conversion with an 80hp Clerget 9B rotary engine
M.S.136: Conversion with an 120hp Salmson 9Ac radial engine

Engine: Salmson 9Ab radial engine
Power: 230hp
Crew: 2
Wing span: 35ft 1 1/4in
Maximum take-off weight: 2,533lb
Max Speed: 129mph


A primeira aeronave produzida foi o Modelo A, uma versão melhorada de um monoplano fabricado pela antiga empresa de Morane, também conhecida por Morane-Borel. Com esse aeroplano Jules Védrines venceu a corrida Paris-Madrid em 26 de maio de 1911.

O sucesso comercial ocorreu com o projeto do Morane-Saulnier L, o qual foi usado como caça no início da Primeira Guerra Mundial. Morane-Saulnier trabalhou com Roland Garros para desenvolver um sistema que permitisse disparar uma metralhadora através da hélice. Inicialmente o mecanismo não funcionou bem e muitas vezes a arma causava danos às helices, entretanto, com a posterior adaptação de uma proteção metálica, o sistema mostrou-se satisfatório, ocasionando uma significativa vantagem nos combates aéreos.

A empresa produziu diversos modelos com base nessa concepção, porém em 1915 a aeronave estava superada pelo desenvolvimento de novos biplanos. No entanto um projeto sobreviveu à guerra: o LMS Parasol, um aperfeiçoamento do Modelo L com as asas movidas para cima da fuselagem o que permitia uma maior visibilidade do piloto.

No final dos anos vinte e no início dos anos trinta, foram produzidas diversas aeronaves de combate tais como a Parasol MS230 e a MS315, mas todas eram limitadas no desempenho e foram relegadas para a função de treinamento.

O fabricante então modernizou-se e passou a produzir o MS406, que acabou sendo adotado pela Força Aérea Francesa tornando-se um dos caças mais produzidos até o início da Segunda Guerra Mundial. Infelizmente essa aeronave já estava superada em 1940, e não foi páreo para o então moderno Messerschmitt Bf 109 alemão.

Depois da guerra a Morane-Saulnier produziu aviões civis de treinamento. O mais conhecido foi o bem sucedido Rallye STOL de quatro lugares, semi-acrobático.

Em janeiro de 1962 ela acabou sendo comprada pela Empresa Aéroplanes Henry Potez, compondo a Société d'Exploitation des Établissements Morane-Saulnier.

Em 1966 os modelos em versão civil passaram a formar a Société de Construction d'Avions de Tourisme et d'Affaires (SOCATA) a qual acabou sendo posteriormente adquirida pela Aerospatiale.


Contents

The MS.135, MS.136, MS.137, MS.138, and MS.139 were of a different design derived from the MS.35, and not related to the MS.130. Β]


Morane-Saulnier M.S.130 - History



























Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
Several visits during 2002 - 2004

If you have a &ldquoBucket List&rdquo of aviation museums and the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is not on it, your list needs to be revised! The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is located in upstate New York along the Hudson River, in the town of Rhinebeck. It is approximately two hours north of New York City. The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a true &ldquoliving&rdquo museum of antique aviation. They have one of the largest collections of early aeroplanes in the world, many of which regularly take to the air in all their glory during their weekend airshows. The Aerodrome features aeroplanes, automobiles, motorcycles, early engines and memorabilia from 1900-1935. In addition to the airshows, there are four museum buildings displaying aircraft from the Pioneer Era, World War I and the Lindbergh/Barnstorming era. These were the golden years of aviation.

Their weekend air shows are scheduled from mid-June through mid-October. On these weekends (weather permitting), the Aerodrome turns Back the hands of time and relives the years of early aviation. The colorful era of early aviation is brought Back to life amidst the roar of rotary engines and is great entertainment for all ages.

The Saturday Airshows chronicle the History of Flight with Pioneer, World War I and Lindbergh era aircraft taking to the skies. If the winds are calm you'll even see their 1909 Blériot (the oldest flying aircraft in the United States) take to the air.

The Sunday Airshows feature a World War I dogfight plus Barnstorming Aircraft. Marvel at world-renowned pilot, Stan Segalla, The Flying Farmer, one of the greatest acts on the air show circuit! You won't believe what Stan can make his J3 Cub do! Stan's act is one you will never forget!

Pre-show activity includes a vintage fashion show with audience participation, an old-time automobile parade and early aviation engine run-ups. You can experience the thrill of early aviation yourself with an open-cockpit biplane ride in their 1929 New Standard D-25 biplane. Barnstorming flights over the scenic Hudson Valley are available before and after the shows. Biplane rides are available to take you over the beautiful Hudson River, the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge and Back again. Flights are of course, &ldquoweather permitting&rdquo and the decision to fly is always left to the discretion of the pilot. Flights book quickly on a &ldquofirst-come / first-serve&rdquo basis, so sign up early!

Weekdays the museum buildings are open and the air show aircraft are on static display. Group tours are available by prior arrangement as are the biplane rides and special events. The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome was the life's work of Cole Palen and his dream was to preserve early aviation. They are actively carrying on his work by promoting and preserving a &ldquoliving&rdquo history of aviation for the public. It is their hope to instill aviation's rich heritage and colorful past with all generations and to ensure it lives and flies forever!

I was so impressed with the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, I became a member several years ago and continue to support them each year. By the way, this is something that everyone who visits Air Museums should do. Instead of buying a ticket to get in, become a member of the museum. Advantages are: (1) tax benefits (2) you receive their newsletters (3) you receive invitations to &ldquomembers only&rdquo events (4) you can visit the museum as been many times as you wish. Better yet, do all that and then become a museum volunteer or docent! You'll never regret it.

I live on the West Coast, and I have visited the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome three times. Each time was just as much fun as the first time. Even though I've been there several times, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is always on the top of my &ldquoBucket List&rdquo for just one more visit!

The &ldquomini-video&rdquo above includes 100 of the 269 photos shown below. The photos were taken during several trips to the ORA by John Shupek.

1930 Aeromarine Klemm L-26-A (N320N, s/n 2-59) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1936 Aeronca C-3 &ldquoMaster&rdquo (N17447, s/n A-754) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1917 Albatros D.Va (N12156, s/n 17-D-7517, 1975 Palen replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1929 American Eagle A129 (N513H, c/n 534) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1966 Avro 504K (N4929, s/n HAC1, Avro-Palen) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1931 Bird CK (N850W, s/n 4012) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1909 Blériot XI (N60094, s/n 56) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1911 Blériot XI &ldquoCross Country&rdquo (N99923, s/n 3856) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1943 Boeing-Stearman Model B75N1 (N61116, c/n 75-7770) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1914 Caudron G.III (N3943P/C.1077, s/n 1914-2, replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1911 Curtiss Model D &ldquoPusher&rdquo (N4124A, s/n 2) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Curtiss JN-4H &ldquoJenny&rdquo (BuNo A-6226, N3918) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1931 Curtiss-Wright Jr. CW-1 (NC605EB, s/n 1025) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1929 Davis V-3 (N532K, s/n 115) circa 2003 at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

de Havilland DH-82A &ldquoTiger Moth&rdquo (N3529, s/n PG647, shown as G-ACDA) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

de Havilland DH-82A &ldquoTiger Moth&rdquo (N3529, s/n PG647, shown as G-ACDB) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1913 Deperdussin &ldquoMonocoque&rdquo (N8448, s/n 11, replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1937 Fairchild 24H (N19129, c/n 50267242) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Fleet Model 16B (NC666J, s/n 350) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1918 Fokker D.VII (N70814, s/n 1918-1989, 1994 James H.C. Palen replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1918 Fokker D.VIII (N94100, c/n 941, 1994 Brian T. Coughlin replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Fokker Dr.I &ldquoDreidecker&rdquo (N220TP, c/n F1-103, replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1931 Great Lakes 2T-1MS (NC304Y, s/n 191) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Great Lakes 2T-1R (NX306Y, c/n H003, replica by Edward A. Hammerle) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1910 Hanriot (N8449, s/n 11, replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1932 Mono &ldquoMonocoupe 90&rdquo (N429N, s/n 618) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1917 Morane Saulnier A-1 (N1379M, s/n 417) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1927 Morane Saulnier MS.130 (N7MS, s/n 001) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1915 Morane-Saulnier N (N5356J, c/n 1915-84, Palen replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1931 Nicholas Beazley NB-8G (N567Y, s/n K-18) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1911 Nieuport 2N (N9147A, s/n 1911-78, replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1915 Nieuport 10/83E (N680CP, c/n 680, original) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1915 Nieuport XI (N9163A, s/n 1915-78) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Pietenpol &ldquoAir-Camper&rdquo (N6262, replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Pioneer &ldquoRocket Plane&rdquo at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1947 Piper PA-11 &ldquoCub&rdquo (N4568M, c/n 11-71) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1935 Pitcairn PA-6 &ldquoMail Wing&rdquo (NC15307, c/n 159) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1909 Santos-Dumont &ldquoDemoiselle&rdquo (1957 Palen replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1918 Siemens-Schuckert D.III (N1918G, s/n 1918-70, Palen replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Sopwith &ldquoCamel&rdquo (N7157Q, c/n 1990, 1990 replica by J.H. Cole Palen) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

Sopwith 5F.1 &ldquoDolphin Mk.1&rdquo (N47166, c/n 1533, 1977 Palen replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

SPAD VII (Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés) (N8096L, c/n 1999, 1999 Palen replica) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1929 Spartan C-3-165 (NC285M, s/n 120) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1953 Stampe SV-4B (N25SV, s/n 200-53) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1918 Thomas Morse S.4B &ldquoScout&rdquo (N74W, s/n 153) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1912 Thomas &ldquoPusher Model E&rdquo (N4720G, s/n 2) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1908 Voisin (N38933, s/n 1, 1908 original) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1927 Waco Model 10 (N940, s/n 751, original) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1932 Waco QCF (N11478, s/n 3559) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1929 White &ldquoNew Standard&rdquo D-25 (N176H, s/n 138) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

1937 White &ldquoNew Standard&rdquo D-25 (N19157, c/n 162J) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (photos © by John A. Shupek)

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Historique

Le 9 septembre 1910 , à Issy-les-Moulineaux, les frères Morane (Léon et Robert) furent les premiers pilotes au monde à dépasser les 100 km/h , avec une pointe à 106,508 km/h .

La société fut créée sous le nom de « Société Anonyme des Aéroplanes Morane-Saulnier » le 10 octobre 1911 au n o 3 rue Volta à Puteaux par les pionniers de l'aviation Léon Morane, Robert Morane et leur ami d'enfance Raymond Saulnier (ancien collaborateur de Louis Blériot).

En septembre 1912 , Georges Legagneux avec un Morane-Saulnier Type H arrache à Roland Garros le record d’altitude que celui-ci vient d’obtenir à Houlgate sur un Blériot XI. Approché par Morane et Saulnier, Garros décide de passer au service de la jeune firme du boulevard Péreire : il achète de ses propres deniers l’appareil de Legagneux et part à Tunis reconquérir son record (5 610 m homologués par l’Aéro-Club de France en décembre) avant d’effectuer un raid Tunis-Rome en décembre 1912 , qui lui permet d’être le premier aviateur à avoir relié d’un seul coup d’aile deux continents (l’Afrique et l’Europe).

En 1913, Marcel Brindejonc des Moulinais effectue un tour d'Europe sur un Morane du même type. Cet exploit est suivi quelques mois plus tard par la traversée de la Méditerranée par Roland Garros sur le même appareil équipé d’un moteur de 60 cv en 7 h 53 min.

En avril 1914 , Raymond Saulnier dépose le brevet d'un dispositif de synchronisation du tir à travers le champ de l'hélice. Mais ce n’est pas ce brevet qui est mis en œuvre sur les Morane, c’est une idée de Saulnier qui consiste à blinder l’hélice avec des « déflecteurs » d’acier destinés à dévier les balles qui viendraient à frapper l’hélice en bois. C’est ce système que Roland Garros se chargera de mettre au point avant de l’adapter sur un Morane « Parasol » type L, avec lequel il obtiendra en avril 1915 trois victoires en quinze jours (les 4 e , 5 e et 6 e victoires de toutes les armées alliées). Curieusement, un système qui avait donné des résultats aussi probants ne parvint pas à séduire les autorités militaires françaises. Il ne fut adapté que sur quelques Morane de type N, surtout utilisés par les Britanniques (qui baptisèrent l’appareil « Bullet » en raison de la forme de sa casserole d’hélice) et les Russes, qui s’en montrèrent très satisfaits. En France, le Morane N fut notamment utilisé par Eugène Gilbert (qui avait baptisé son Morane « Le Vengeur ») et par le commandant Brocard. Le Morane L avec lequel Georges Guynemer obtint sa première victoire n’était pas équipé de ce système, mais était un biplace dont l’observateur jouait le rôle de tireur à la carabine.

Durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, la société dut travailler pour l'occupant allemand en produisant notamment des avions, dont le Fieseler Fi 156. Après la Libération, la fabrication de ces appareils très agiles se poursuivit, cette fois au bénéfice de l'armée française, sous la dénomination de Morane-Saulnier MS.500 « Criquet », avec un moteur différent (moteur en étoile Samlson à la place du moteur en ligne Argus). Ces appareils aux excellentes performances (décollage court, maniabilité, bon champ de vision) rendirent énormément de services durant la guerre d'Indochine puis la guerre d'Algérie.

La société développe le MS.880 Rallye dont le prototype original effectue son premier vol le 10 juin 1959 .

Durant les années 1950, elle met au point le biréacteur quadriplace MS.760 Paris, sous la direction de l'ingénieur Paul-René Gauthier, également créateur du chasseur MS.406 [ 1 ] .

La société devient une filiale de Sud-Aviation (ancêtre de l'Aérospatiale) le 20 mai 1965 et cède la place en 1966 à la Socata, la Société de Construction d'Avions de Tourisme et d'Affaires, une filiale de Sud-Aviation à Tarbes [ 2 ] .

Cinq avions Morane-Saulnier basés sur l'aérodrome de La Ferté-Alais sont classés au titre des monuments historiques depuis février 2012 , après une annonce faite en décembre 2011 [ 3 ] , [ 4 ] .


Το MS.230 σχεδιάστηκε να καλύψει τις απαιτήσεις του Γαλλικού Υπουργείου Αεροπορίας [1] . Πέταξε πρώτη φορά τον Φεβρουάριο του 1929 [1] και αποδείχθηκε εξαιρετικά σταθερό και εύκολο στην πτήση. Χρησιμοποιήθηκε σε στρατιωτικές αεροπορικές σχολές σε ολόκληρη τη Γαλλία, ενώ εξήχθη σε αρκετές πολεμικές αεροπορίες άλλων χωρών. Παράλληλα κατέστη αρκετά δημοφιλές αεραθλητικό αεροσκάφος. Το MS.230 διέθετε μεταλλικό σωληνωτό σκελετό με υφασμάτινη κάλυψη, εκτός από το μπροστινό μέρος το οποίο ήταν μεταλλικό. Έφερε σταθερό σύστημα προσγείωσης μεγάλου μετατροχίου, γεγονός που το καθιστούσε πολύ σταθερό κατά την απογείωση και την προσγείωση. Σε αντίθεση με τα άλλα εκπαιδευτικά αεροσκάφη της εποχής που στην πλειοψηφία τους ήταν διπλάνα, το MS.230 ήταν υψηλοπτέρυγο μονοπλάνο. Η διάταξη των πιλοτηρίων ήταν σε σειρά, με το εκπαιδευόμενο μπροστά και την εκπαιδευτή πίσω.

Παρήχθησαν οι ακόλουθες εκδόσεις [2] :

MS.229 Έφερε κινητήρα V8 Hispano-Suiza H8a για την Ελβετική Fliegertruppen. Κατασκευάστηκαν δύο εκ των οποίων στο ένα τοποθετήθηκε κινητήρας Wright 9Qa το 1932. MS.230 Κατασκευάστηκαν περισσότερα από 1100 [1] . 20 αγοράστηκαν από τη Ρουμανία και 25 από την Ελλάδα το 1931, 9 αγοράστηκαν από το Βέλγιο και άλλα 9 από τη Βραζιλία. Αποτέλεσε το κύριο εκπαιδευτικό της Γαλλικής Πολεμικής Αεροπορίας για χρόνια ενώ χρησιμοποιήθηκαν και από ιδιώτες. Κάποια χρησιμοποιήθηκαν για δοκιμές και σε ένα τοποθετήθηκε ο κινητήρας Lorraine 9Nb Algol Junior. MS.231 Κατασκευάστηκαν έξι το 1930 με κινητήρα Lorraine 7Mb, ισχύος 240 ίππων. MS.232 Πειραματική έκδοση του 1930 με κινητήρα Clerget 9Ca diesel, ισχύος 200 ίππων. MS.233 Έφερε κινητήρα Gnome-Rhone 5Ba ή 5Bc ισχύος 230 ίππων. Κατασκευάστηκαν έξι στη Γαλλία και 16 στην Πορτογαλία κατόπιν αδείας για τις Πορτογαλικές Ένοπλες Δυνάμεις. MS.234 Έφερε κινητήρα Hispano-Suiza 9Qa ισχύος 250 ίππων. Κατασκευάστηκαν δύο, το ένα για τον Αμερικάνο πρέσβη στο Παρίσι. MS.234/2 Αγωνιστική έκδοση του MS.130 με κινητήρα Hispano 9Qb ισχύος 230 ίππων και κάλυμμα κινητήρα NACA που έλαβε μέρος στον αεροπορικό αγώνα Coupe Michelin του 1931 και έκδοση του 1933 με κινητήρα Hispano-Suiza 9Qa ισχύος 250 ίππων που χρησιμοποιήθηκε σε αεροβατικούς διαγωνισμούς από τον Μισέλ Ντετρουά (Michael Detroyat) έως το 1938 (ως MS.234 #2) MS.235 Έκδοση με κινητήρα Gnome-Rhone 7Kb ισχύος 300 ίππων. Κατασκευάστηκε ένα το 1930. MS.235H Έκδοση υδροπλάνου διπλών πλωτήρων, πέταξε πρώτη φορά το 1931 MS.236 Έκδοση με κινητήρα Armstrong Siddeley Lynx 4C ισχύος 215 ίππων. Κατασκευάστηκαν 19 κατόπιν αδείας από τη SABCA για λογαριασμό της Βελγικής Πολεμικής Αεροπορίας. Πέταξε πρώτη φορά τον Ιούλιο του 1932. MS.237 Έκδοση με κινητήρα Salmson 9Aba ισχύος 280 ίππων. Κατασκευάστηκαν πέντε για ιδιώτες και παρουσιάστηκε το 1934


Versions

Morane-Saulnier MS.229

2 appareils à moteur en ligne Hispano-Suiza H8a de 180 ch pour les Fliegertruppen suisses. Un exemplaire recevra en 1932 un moteur en étoile Wright 9Qa.

Morane-Saulnier MS.230

Version de base dont plus de 1 100 exemplaires furent produits.

Morane-Saulnier MS.231

6 appareils à moteur Lorraine 7Mb de 240 ch construits en 1930.

Morane-Saulnier MS.232

En novembre 1930 sortit d’usine un unique exemplaire à moteur Clerget 9Ca de 200 ch.

Morane-Saulnier MS.233

22 cellules équipées d’un moteur Gnome et Rhône 5Ba ou 5 Bc de 230 ch. 6 construits en France et 16 sous licence au Portugal par OGMA .

Morane-Saulnier MS.234

Destiné à l'ambassadeur des États-Unis à Paris, l’unique MS.234 recevait un moteur Wright J-6-9 de 330 ch, avec lequel il atteignait 204 km/h .

Morane-Saulnier MS.234/2

Le Morane-Saulnier MS.130 utilisé par Michel Détroyat pour la Coupe Michelin 1929 fut modifié en MS.234 avec un moteur en étoile Hispano-Suiza 9Qb de 230 ch soigneusement caréné. Toujours aux mains de Détroyat, il fut engagé, sans succès, aux éditions 1930 et 1931 de la Coupe Michelin, puis modifié à nouveau avec un moteur Hispano-Suiza 9Qa de 250 ch, avec lequel il reprit l’ait le 5 avril 1933 . Détroyat l'utilisa pour la Coupe Michelin 1933. Il devint ensuite son appareil de voltige jusqu'en 1938, peint en rouge et noir, couleurs chères au pilote. Pendant cette période il reçut un Hispano 9Qc de 300 ch caréné puis un 9Qd de 350 ch .

Morane-Saulnier MS.235

Unique appareil à [F-AJMF] à moteur Gnome-Rhône 7Kb de 300 ch, premier vol en mars 1935 .

Morane-Saulnier MS.236

Destinés à l’Aéronautique militaire belge, 19 avions à moteur Armstrong-Siddeley Lynx 4C de 215 ch furent construits par SABCA.

Morane-Saulnier MS.237

5 exemplaires à moteur Salmson 9Aba de 280 ch. En 1942 l’Allemagne saisit un de ces appareils [F-AQEZ] appartenant à Air France Transatlantique.

Morane-Saulnier MS.330

Prototype à fuselage entièrement métallique.

Morane-Saulnier MS.530

Évolution du MS.230 apparu en 1938. N’apportant rien de mieux, il ne fut pas commandé en série.


Socata Rallye

The productive Rallye family is Europe's best light airplane arrangement, and today stays in generation in Poland as the PZL-Okecie Koliber (portrayed independently).

Morane-Saulnier initially outlined the Rallye in light of a late 1950s French government rivalry for a light flying machine. Morane Saulnier's proposal brought about the Rallye, which flew surprisingly on June 10 1959. This first MS-880a model was fueled by a 67kw (90hp) Continental C-90 level four.

Sud Aviation's subsidiary Socata (who assumed control over the Rallye after Morane-Saulnier given way in the mid 1960s) created an extensive variety of Rallye models. The principle two/three seat generation form was the 75kw (100hp) Continental O-200 fueled MS-880b Rallye Club. Other Rallye Clubs were the 78kw (105hp) Potez controlled MS-881 and 85kw (115hp) Lycoming O-235 fueled MS-883. An all the more influential Rallye Club advancement was the 110kw (145hp) Continental O-300 level six fueled Super Rallye (later to turn into the Rallye 150s, then 150st regardless later the Garnement with 155kw (155hp) O-320).

The main genuine four seater was the MS-890 Rallye Commodore, which varied from the Super Rallye in having a higher max takeoff weight and reinforced structure. Conveyances started in 1964. Advancements of the Commodore incorporated the 110kw (150hp) Lycoming O-320 fueled MS-892 Commodore 150 (later the Rallye 150gt), the 135kw (180hp) O-360 controlled MS-893 Commodore 180 (later the Rallye 180gt and after that the Gaillard), the 165kw (220hp) controlled MS-894 Rallye Minerva (later the Rallye 220gt and sold in the US as the Waco Minerva) and the 175kw (235hp) O-540 controlled Rallye 235gt (later the Gabier).

Item changes prompted the Rallye Club based Rallye 100s with two seats and 100st with three seats, both supplanted by the 82kw (110hp) engined Rallye 100st Galopin, the Rallye 125 2+2 seater, the lightweight flyer towing 180t Galerien and the tail dragger Gaucho ag sprayer. French generation stopped in 1983.


Morane-Saulnier M.S.130 - History

Data current to 1 June 2020.

(US Army Photo)

North American P-51D Mustang, General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon, McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle, and a Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II over New York City, 26 May 2006.

(US Air National Guard Photo)

Gallaudet Tractor biplane that was rented by the Aviation Detachment, 1st Battalion, Signal Corps, New York National Guard, in 1915.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

Douglas O-38, 102nd Observation Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1932.

(SDA&SM Photo)

(USN Photo)

A U.S. Navy Curtiss SBC-4 Helldiver (BuNo. 1813) assigned to Naval Air Reserve Air Base New York, Floyd Bennett Field, in flight. Note the NRAB New York insignia on the fuselage of the aircraft. The SBC-4 BuNo 1813 was one of the aircraft transferred to USAAC on 8 June 1940 and then to the French Navy. 44 were loaded aboard the French aircraft carrier Béarn at Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. France surrendered while Béarn was crossing the Atlantic she turned south to Martinique, where the SBC-4s corroded in the humid Caribbean climate while waiting on a hillside near Fort-de-France. 5 aircraft left in Canada were used by the Royal Air Force as instructional airframes.

(NMNA Photo)

A Formation of three U.S. Navy Curtiss SBC-4 Helldivers assigned to Naval Air Reserve Air Base New York, Floyd Bennett Field, in flight. Note the NRAB New York insignia on the fuselages of the aircraft, ca 1940.

(USAF Photo)

Republic F-47D Thunderbolt, 139th Fighter Squadron, New York Air National Guard, ca 1947.

(USAF Photo)

North American F-51H-5-NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-64383), 139th Fighter Squadron, New York Air National Guard, ca 1948.

(USAF Photo)

North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 52-2116), 138th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 102nd Tactical Fighter Wing, New York Air National Guard, 1961.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

North American F-86H-10-NH Sabre (Serial No. 53-1355), 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 102nd Tactical Fighter Wing, New York Air National Guard, 1956.

(USAF Photo)

North American F-86H-10-NH Sabre (Serial No. 53-1383), 137th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1958.

(USAF Photo)

North American F-86H-10-NH Sabre (Serial No. 53-1519), 138th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1965.

(USAF Photo)

North American F-100C-20-NA Super Sabre (Serial No. 54-1914), 136th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1959.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

North American F-100C-20-NA Super Sabre (Serial No. 54-1894), 136th Tactical Fighter Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1964.

(USAF Photo)

Cessna A-37B Dragonfly (Serial No. 69-6423), 138th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1973.

(Captain John T. Franklin, USAF Photo)

McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoos (Serial No. 59-0421) and (Serial No. 59-0429), 107th Fighter Interceptor Group, 136th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, New York Air National Guard, over Niagara Falls, 1 July 1981.

(Captain John T. Franklin, USAF Photo)

McDonnell F-101B-115-MC Voodoos (Serial No. 59-0421) and (Serial No. 59-0429) near Niagara Falls during exercise Sentry Castle '81 on 1 July 1981. The aircraft were assigned to the 107th Fighter Interceptor Group, 136th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, New York Air National Guard.

(USAF Photo)

McDonnell F-4C-18-MC Phantom II (Serial No. 63-7521), 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1981.

( SSgt. Michael Haggerty, USAF Photo)

McDonnell F-4C-20-MC Phantom II (Serial No. 63-7662), 136th Fighter Squadron, 107th Tactical Fighter Group, Niagara Falls, 1985.

(USAF Photo)

McDonnell F-4D-29-MC Phantom II (Serial No. 66-7491), 136th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1987.

(SSgt. Rod Prouty, USAF Photo)

Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II (Serial No. 78-0652), 138th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 174th Tactical Fighter Wing, New York Air National Guard, July 1981.

(USAF Photo)

Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II (Serial No. 78-0670), 138th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1985.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

Boeing KC-135R-BN Stratotanker (Serial No. 64-14839), 136th Air refueling Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 1985.

( Stephan Kovacs, USAF Photo)

Lockheed F-22 Raptor being refueled by a New York Air National Guard Lockheed KC-135 Stratotanker, 18 Dec 2007.

(Tech. Sgt Ricky Best, New York Air National Guard Photo)

General Atomics MQ-9B Reaper (Serial No. 09-0466), 138th Attack Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 2011.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

Lockheed LC-130H Hercules (Serial No. 93-3300), 139th Airlift Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 2010.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

Lockheed LC-130 Hercules (Serial No. 31096), 109th Airlift Wing, New York Air National Guard, 2011.

( Fred W. Baker III Photos)

Lockheed LC-130 Hercules equipped with skis takes off from a remote science research site on Greenland’s ice sheet, 28 July 2010. The LC-130 crew is assigned to the New York National Guard’s 109th Airlift Wing.

(Staff Sgt. Joseph McKee, USAF Photos)

Lockheed C-130 Hercules, New York Air National Guard, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, over Niagara Falls, 24 June 2009.

(John Murphy Photo)

Lockheed C-130 Hercules, USMC, New York, 22 Oct 2009.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

Boeing C-17 Globemaster III, 105th Airlift Wing, New York Air National Guard, Stewart ANG Base, 2011.

(USGOV-PD Photo)

Lockheed C-5A Galaxy (Serial No. 70-0460) 105th Airlift Wing, New York Air National Guard, 2008.

( Tech. Sgt. Michael O'Halloran, USAF Photo)

Lockheed C-5A Galaxy (Serial No.), New York Air National Guard's 105th Airlift Wing, with a Humvee being loaded by Airmen with the 109th Aerial Port Squadron at the Albany International Airport, 24 Jan 2008.

( Tech. Sgt. Michael O'Halloran, USAF Photo)

Lockheed C-5A Galaxy (Serial No. 70-0460), New York Air National Guard's 105th Airlift Wing, on the flightline before cargo is loaded by Airmen with the 109th Aerial Port Squadron at the Albany International Airport on 5 Sep 2005.

(USAF Photo)

Lockheed C-5A Galaxy, 105th Airlift Wing based at Stewart Air National Guard Base, New York, 2006.

(Sgt Michael OHalloran, NY ANG Photo)

Lockheed C-5A Galaxy, 001, 105th Airlift Wing based at Stewart Air National Guard Base, New York, 2012.

(SSgt. Suzanne M. Jenkins, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 86-0249), 138th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, over Afghanistan in support of OEF on 29 November 2003. The F-16 is armed with AIM-120A AMRAAM on each wing tip, a pair of GBU-12 500-pound bombs (left), a 370-gallon tank. It also has a AN/AAQ-28(V) Litening AT targeting pod under the intake.

(Cory W. Watts Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 86-0556), New York Air National Guard, 2007.

(SSgt. Ricky Best, USAF Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 86-0249), 138th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, New York Air National Guard, 2009.

(Tech. Sgt. Stephanie Sawyer, USAF Photo)

Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker, 914th Squadron, Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, 1 Feb 2017.

(Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Zane Ecklund, USN Photo)

Bell Boeing MV-22 Osprey aircraft assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 261 (Reinforced) taking off from the flight deck of the amphibious transport dock ship USS New York (LPD 21), 14 July 2012. The USS New York is part of the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group with the embarked 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit and is deployed in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility.

New York Warplane Survivors

Bethpage, Grumman Facility

Grumman EA-6B Prowler (BuNo. 162938), NJ-906, C/N MP-121.

(ripraff Photo)

Schweitzer SGS 1-26 Glider, Reg. No. N91889, hanging in the Arnot Mall.

Herring-Arnot Glider, h anging in the Arnot Mall.

(muffy53 Photos)

Grumman F-14D Tomcat (BuNo. 164603), AJ 101, C/N 631/D-36.

Brooklyn, Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field.

Beechcraft JRB-4 Navigator (BuNo. 90536), C/N 6999, USMC.

Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No.).

Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina (Serial No. 46456), C/N 1820, Reg. No. N4582T.

Douglas C-47B Skytrain (Serial No. 44-76457), C/N 32789/16041.

Douglas A-4B Skyhawk (BuNo. 142829), C/N 11891, 7R-57.

Fairchild PT-26 Cornell (Serial No.).

Grumman JRF-5 Goose, Reg. No. N644R, ex USCG and ex-NYPD, painted in its Police colours.

Grumman G-21A Widgeon (Serial No.).

Grumman HU-16E Albatross (Serial No. 51-7216).

Lockheed P-2E Neptune (BuNo. 131542), 210, C/N 426-5423.

Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican Helicopter, USCG (Serial No. 1434), C/N 61599.

Brushton-Moira, American Legion Post 939

(jiggs11 Photo)

Northrop T-38A Talon (Serial No. 61-0806), HM, C/N N5172, mounted on a concrete pylon. This aircraft is in the markings of the 436th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron of the 479th Tactical Training Wing, based at Holloman AFB, NM. The aircraft carries the base code HM, indicating the T38 training squadrons (3) that were based there.

Buffalo, Naval and Servicemen’s Park.

Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 63-12982), 982, C/N 4178.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

McDonnell F-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 58-0338), C/N 710.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

North American FJ-4B Fury (BuNo. 143610), NJ-610, C/N 244-118.

Buffalo, Aviation Museum

Bell P-39Q Airacobra (Serial No. 42-19995), “Snooks 2 nd ”, suspended from the ceiling.

Calverton, Grumman Memorial Park, Calverton Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve.

Grumman A-6E Intruder (BuNo. 164384), AA-505.

(Dhaluza Photo)

Grumman F-14A Tomcat (BuNo. 160902), 134, C/N 331, mounted on a pylon.

English Electric Lightning T5 (Serial No. XS416), AZ, C/N B1/95001, project.

Panavia Tornado GR1 (Serial No. ZA361), C/N 042/BS011/3022, project.

Bell AH-1G/S/F Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 66-318), mounted on a pylon in the Putnam County Veteran's Memorial Park.

Canadair CT-33 Silver Star, RCAF (Serial No. 21440), Reg. No. N12417, Heavy 6 Powerplants Inc.

East Aurora

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak (Serial No. 51-1748), F362, mounted on a pylon.

Elmira, National Soaring Museum, 51 Soaring Hill Drive, 14903. Large collection of sailplanes (83+) dating from the 1890s to present day.

Laister-Kaufman LK-10A Glider, 1942, Reg. No. N54191.

Schweizer SGS 2-12/TG-3 Glider, project.

Waco CG-4A Cargo Glider, 1942.

Elmira, Horseheads, Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, 339 Daniel Zenker Drive, 14845. Formerly this was the National Warplane Museum

Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper (Serial No.), Reg. No. N33769.

Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan (Serial No. 41-27661), 007, C/N AF-469, converted to C-45H Expeditor (Serial No. 52-10539), Reg. No. N45GC.

Bell UH-1H Iroquois Helicopter (Serial No. 69-16723).

Cessna A-37B Dragonfly (Serial No. 71-0826).

Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina (Serial No. 2142), 62-P, Reg. No. N7057C.

Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk Mk. 1A, RAF (Serial No. AK940), 15321, C/N 15411, 77, Reg. No. NX940AK, AVG markings.

Curtiss C-46F Commando (Serial No.), C/N 22595, Reg. No. N800FA.

Douglas B-23 Dragon (Serial No.).

Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Serial No.).

Douglas B-26B Invader (Serial No. 41-39516) , C/N 7229, Reg. No. N237Y, Calspan Flight Research On Mark Marksman, 516.

Douglas BTD-1 Desroyer (BuNo. 04959).

General Motors TBM-3E Avenger (Serial No. 85882/7), C/N 2701, Reg. No. NL9584Z, on loan from the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

Fairchild PT-19B Cornell (Serial No. 42-47871).

(Glenn Carruthers Photo)

Fairchild C-119G Flying Boxcar (Serial No. 51-2689), C/N 10678, ex-RCAF (Serial No. 22103), Reg. No. N8092, 03.

Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II (Serial No. 75-0293), C/N A10-0042, on loan from the National Museum of the USAF.

Grumman F9F-7 Cougar (BuNo. 130802).

Grumman OV-1C Mohawk (Serial No. 62-5856).

Grumman F-14A Tomcat (BuNo.161605), AC-100, C/N 464, on loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation.

Heinkel He 162 Volksjager, replica.

Hughes OH-6A Cayuse Helicopter (Serial No. 67-16576).

Hughes OH-6A Cayuse (Serial No. 68-17343).

LTV A-7D Corsair II (Serial No. 69-6200), on loan from the National Museum of the USAF.

(Adrian Brooks Photo)

Martin RB-57A Canberra (Serial No. 52-1459), C/N 42, on loan from the National Museum of the USAF.

McDonnell FH-1 Phantom (BuNo. 111768), BC-5, C/N 456, on loan from the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

McDonnell F2H-2P Banshee (BuNo. 125690).

McDonnell F-4B Phantom II (BuNo. 152256), 101, C/N 946, on loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation.

McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle (Serial No. 75-0026), painted as (Serial No. 83-0033), FF, C/N 123/A106, “Spirit of the Virginia Peninsula”.

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed (Serial No. 4102), ex-Polish Air Force.

North American SNJ-3 Texan (Serial No. 78-7045), Reg. No. N696WM, 02.

Piper J-3C-65 Cub (Serial No. 3722), Reg. No. N25769.

Pratt Read XLNE-1 (Serial No. 31506).

Schweizer LNS-1 Glider (Serial No. 04384), Reg. No. N53275.

Westland WS-55-3 Whirlwind HAR10 (Serial No. XJ763), C/N WA109.

Yokosuka MXY7 Ohka, replica.

Farmingdale, American Airpower Museum, 1230 New Highway, 11735.

Aerovodochody L-39 Albatross (Serial No.), Reg. No. N139AJ.

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress (Serial No. 44-85829), C/N 77255, Reg. No. N3193G, GD-L/Y.

Cessna 337E Super Skymaster (Serial No. 21448), C/N 3370586, Reg. No. N888B.

Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina (Serial No.), C/N 2142, USN, Reg. No. N7057C.

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Curtiss P-40M Kittyhawk Mk. II (Serial No. 43-5795), C/N 27483, 00, "The Jackie C".

Douglas C-47B Skytrain (Serial No. 44-76717), C/N 16301, D8-Z, Reg. No. N15SJ.

Douglas C-47B Skytrain cockpit section.

Fairchild Republic A-10C Thunderbolt II (Serial No. 79-0223).

General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark (Serial No.).

(Ad Meskens Photo)

(Daniel Penfield Photo)

Grumman (General Motors) TBM-3E Avenger (BuNo. 85886), SL-401, Reg. No. N9586Z.

Grumman EA-6B Prowler (BuNo. 159908), C/N MP-55.

(Ad Meskens Photos)

Goodyear FG-1D Corsair (BuNo. 67089), VMF-312, "Sky Boss", Reg. No. N83JC.

(Ad Meskens Photos)

Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star (Serial No. 56-1747).

(Ad Meskens Photo)

North American AT-6D Texan painted as (Serial No. 49-3829), "Double Trouble", Reg. No. N27409.

North American AT-6D Texan (Serial No. 49-3829), C/N 88-12349, TA-349, "Deb", Reg. No. N9523C.

(Ad Meskens Photo)

North American B-25J Mitchell (Serial No. 40-2168), C/N 62-2837, "Miss Hap", modified to RB-25.

North American P-51D Mustang (Serial No. 42-103831 ), 1:1-scale replica, 72, "INA the Macon Belle".

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Republic P-47D Thunderbolt (Serial No. 44-90447), c/n 399-55592, "Jacky's Revenge", Reg. No. NX1345B.

Republic F-84E Thunderjet (Serial No. 49-2348), Ohio Air National Guard coloours, on loan from the National Museum of the USAF.

Republic RF-84 Thunderflash (Serial No.), on loan from the National Museum of the USAF.

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Republic F-105 Thunderchief (Serial No. 62-4361), C/N D561, on loan from the National Museum of the USAF.

Sikorsky UH-34D Seahorse Helicopter (Serial No. 150570), Reg. No. N19YN.

(Ad Meskens Photos)

Waco UPF-7, C/N 5637, Reg. No. N32006.

Fort Drum, Home of the 10th Mountain Division

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopter (Serial No.), Medevac.

Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter (Serial No.).

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 79-23219).

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Bell OH-58 Kiowa helicopter (Serial No.).

Garden City, Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Boulevard, 11530.

Boeing 707-458 Nose section, Reg. No. 4X-ATA.

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Curtiss No. 1 Golden Flyer replica.

(Ad Meskens Photos)

Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II (Serial No. 76-0535), C/N A10-0082, “Live to Fly, Fly to Kill”.

(Ad Meskens Photos)

Fleet Model 2 biplane (Serial No.), replica of a 1929 night-flying trainer, Reg. No. NC614M.

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Grumman F3F-2 (BuNo. 0968), 6-F-1. The F3F-2 was th e last American biplane fighter aircraft delivered to the United States Navy, and served between the wars. Only two original airplanes survive. This aircraft is an accurate full-scale interactive replica of the F3F, built by museum volunteers working from blueprints.

Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat (BuNo. 12297).

(Ad Meskens Photos)

Grumman/Eastern Aircraft TBM-3 Avenger (BuNo. 91586).

(Ad Meskens Photo)

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Grumman G-21A Goose (Serial No.), Reg. No. N16913.

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Grumman F9F-7 Cougar (BuNo. 130763) .

Grumman F-11F-1 Tiger (BuNo. 141832), C/N 149, Blue Angel 5, suspended from the ceiling.

Grumman A-6F Intruder (BuNo. 162184).

Grumman F-14A Tomcat (BuNo. 157982). This Tomcat was Prototype #3 Nonstructural Demonstration Testbed.

Grumman E-2C Hawkeye (BuNo. 160012), C/N A-34.

Grumman Lunar Excursion Module, C/N LEM-13.

Gyrodyne XRON-1 one-man helicopter.

(Alan Wilson Photo)

Vought SSM-N-8 Regulus I Cruise Missile.

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Republic P-47N Thunderbolt (Serial No. 44-89444), "Cheek Baby", on loan from the NMUSAF.

Republic F-105B Thunderchief (Serial No. 57-5783), C/N B20, painted in the markings of the 335th Fighter Squadron.

Ryan Spirit of St. Louis replica (Serial No.).

(Ad Meskens Photo)

(Ad Meskens Photo)

Speery Messenger, S.22-338. American single-seat biplane designed by Alfred V. Verville working for the Engineering Division of the United States Army Air Service and built under contract by Sperry Aircraft Company of Farmingdale, New York .

Waco CG-4A Hadrian Glider, unskinned starboard fuselage, “One Down, One to Go”.

Geneseo, National Warplane Museum, (the Historical Aircraft Group Museum), 3489 Big Tree Lane, 14454.

Aero Commander 100, airworthy.

Antonov An-2 Colt (Serial No.).

Beechcraft UC-43 Staggerwing, airworthy.

Beechcraft C-45H Expeditor (Serial No.), airworthy.

(Daniel Penfield Photo)

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress (Serial No. 44-83546),previously "Sally B", painted as "The Movie Memphis Belle", o wned by the Military Aircraft Restoration Corporation, airworthy.

Douglas B-23 Dragon (Serial No.).

(Daniel Penfield Photo)

Douglas C-47 Skytrain (Serial No.), W7, airworthy.

Douglas A-20 Havoc (Serial No.).

Douglas A-26 Invader (Serial No. 44-34104), Reg. No. N99420.

Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar (Serial No.).

Grumman F6F Hellcat, replica.

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No.).

Lockheed C-130A Hercules (Serial No. 57-0460), "Saigon Lady".

(Daniel Penfield Photo)

North American AT-6C Harvard IIA (Serial No. 88-9876), built in 1942, Reg. No. N951WM.

(Daniel Penfield Photo)

Ryan Navion, Reg. No. N5308K, airworthy.

Piper L-21, replica, airworthy.

Glenville, Empire State Aerosciences Museum, 250 Rudy Chase Drive, 12302. The aircraft data for this museum is listed on a separate web page.

Hamburg, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1419.

Bell AH-1F Cobra Helicopter (Serial No.), mounted on a pylon.

Vultee BT-13A Valiant (Serial No. 41-21997), Reg. No. N58698, Valiant Air Group.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Douglas A-4E Skyhawk (BuNo. 149977), AD-01, C/N 13030, mounted on a display stand.

Hammondsport, Glenn H. Curtiss Museum, 8419 State Route 54, 14840.

AEA Glider, 1907, reproduction.

Albany Flyer, 1910, reproduction.

Baldwin Dirigible Gondola, 1904, reproduction.

Curtiss A-1 Triad Seaplane, 1911, reproduction, Reg. No. N511GC.

Curtiss D Headless Pusher, 1912, reproduction, Reg. No. NR10362.

Curtiss JN-4D Jenny (Serial No. 5086), 1917, restoration.

Curtiss E Flying Boat, 1913, reproduction.

Curtiss America Flying Boat, 1914, reproduction.

Curtiss Oriole, 1919, restoration.

Curtiss 25 Seagull Flying Boat, 1919, original, (Serial No.), on loan from the Henry Ford Museum.

Curtiss Robin B, 1927, original, (Serial No. 511), Reg. No. NC924K.

Curtiss Fledgling, 1929, restoration.

CW Pusher, 1929, original, on loan from Curtiss-Wright.

Curtiss-Wright Junior, 1931, restoration, on loan from H. Hale, New York.

Curtiss-Wright Junior, 1931, restoration.

Curtiss C-46F Commando (Serial No. 44-78772), 1943, C/N 22595, Reg. No. N800FA, gate guard mounted on concrete pedestals, ex-CF-ZQX, on loan from the NASM.

Curtiss P-40E Warhawk, ¾ - scale, reproduction.

June Bug, 1908, reproduction.

Mercury Chic T-2, 1929, original, (Serial No. 53N), on loan from Mercury Aircraft.

Mercury S-1 Racer, 1931, restoration, on loan from Mercury Aircraft.

Silver Dart, 1909, reproduction.

Standard J-1, 1917, original, (Serial No. 823H), on loan from the Henry Ford Museum.

Travelair D-4000 (Serial No. 1379), Reg. No. NC477N.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

McDonnell F-4B Phantom II (BuNo. 149457), NL. 113. Hinsdale American Legion Post.

North American F-86L Sabre Dog (Serial No. 52-10052), Crane Park.

New Hartford

Bell AH-1F Cobra helicopter (Serial No. 68-15110), American Legion Post 1376.

Mayville, Dart Airport Aviation Museum

(NASA/Bill Ingalls Photo, 11 Dec 2011)

New York, Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, West side of Manhattan on Pier 86, 12th Ave. & 46th Street.

The aircraft data for this museum is listed on a separate web page.

New York Air National Guard, 105 th AG, Newburgh

Cessna O-2A Skymaster (Serial No. 67-21376).

New York Air National Guard, 106 th RG, Westhampton Beach

Convair F-102A Delta Dagger (Serial No. 57-788).

New York, John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport

Lockheed L-1649A Starliner, Reg. No. N8083J, to be converted into a lounged adjacent and moved to a nearby airport hotel.

Niagara Falls, New York Air National Guard, 107 th FG.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Douglas C-47A Skytrain (Serial No. 43-48957), c/n 20317, painted as (Serial No. 43-15851), "Tonto",3 rd Combat Cargo Squadron.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Fairchild C-119F Flying Boxcar, RCAF (Serial No. 22105), painted as a USAF C-119G (Serial No. 51-2680).

(Rich VanderWoude Photos)

(Martin McGuire Photo)

McDonnell RF-101 Voodoo (Serial No. 56-0185).

(Andre Blanchard Photo)

(Martin McGuire Photos)

McDonnell F-4C Phantom II (Serial No. 64-0660), C/N 877, credited and marked with three MiG kills over Vietnam, mounted on a concrete pylon near the entrance to the airport.

(Andre Blanchard Photo)

(Martin McGuire Photo)

North American F-100D Super Sabre (Serial No. 56-2993), SG, C/N 235-91, 107 th FG, mounted on a concrete pylon near the entrance to the airport.

Niagara Falls, Niagara Aerospace Museum, Niagara Falls International Airport, 9900 Porter Road, 14304.

Bell P-39Q Airacobra (Serial No.), “Miss Lend-Lease”, recovered from a lake in Russia in 2009. Restoration project.

Bell 47 Helicopter (Serial No.).

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Bell AH-1F Cobra Helicopter (Serial No. 67-15690), C/N 20354, mounted on the roof of the entrance to the museum.

Bell X-22A V/STOL Research Airplane (BuNo. 151521), on loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation.

Cunningham-Hall GA-36, 1930s era STOL aircraft.

Curtiss Pusher, replica, on loan from the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome.

Curtiss JN-4 Jenny (Serial No.), project.

Lockheed F-94B Starfire (Serial No. 49-2500).

Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, 42 Stone Church Road, 12572.

Aeromarine 39B, original, Reg. No. N320N.

Aeromarine AKL-26, original.

Aeronca C-3, original, Reg. No. N17447.

Albatros D.Va, Reg. No. N12156.

Albree Pigeon Fraser Pursuit, original.

American Eagle, 1929, original, Reg. No. N513H.

Bird Model CK, 1931 original, Reg. No. N850W.

Blériot XI, original, 1911, Reg. No. N60094.

Blériot XI Cross Country, original, 1911, Reg. No. N99923.

Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann, 181-3 (CASA1.131E), Reg. No. N131DK.

Burgess-Collier Model M Flying Boat, original, 1913.

Caudron G.III (Serial No. C1077), Reg. No. N3943P.

Cessna A185E, Reg. No. N2219T.

Curtiss A Pusher, Reg. No. N68014.

Curtiss D Pusher, Reg. No. N4124A.

Curtiss JN-4H Jenny, original, Reg. No. N3918.

Curtiss-Wright Fledgling, 1929, original, Reg. No. N271Y.

Curtiss-Wright Junior CW-1, 1931, original, Reg. No. N605EB.

Davis D1W, 1929, original, Reg. No. N532K.

de Havilland DH80A Puss Moth, 1930, original, Reg. No. N770N.

de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth, 1934, original.

Deperdusin Racer, Reg. No. N8448.

Dickson Primary Glider, Reg. No. N5666.

Fairchild 24-C8F, Reg. No. N19129.

Fairchild 24H, 1937, original.

Fleet Finch 16-B, 1942, original, Reg. No. N666J.

Fokker D.VII, Reg. No. N70814.

Fokker Dr. I, Reg. No. N220TP.

Great Lakes 2T-1MS, 1931, original, Reg. No. N304Y

Great Lakes T2-1R, Reg. No. N306Y.

Heath Parasol LNA-40, 1932, original, Reg. No. N5719.

Monocoupe 90, 1931, original, Reg. No. N429N.

Monocoupe 113, 1929, original, Reg. No. N8955.

Morane Saulnier MS.130, 1927, original, Reg. No. N7MS.

Morane Saulnier A-1, original, Reg. No. N1379M.

Morane Saulnier N, Reg. No. N5356J.

New Standard D-25, 1929, original, Reg. No. N31K.

New Standard D-25, 1929, original, Reg. No. N176H.

New Standard D-25, Reg. No. N19157.

Nicholas Beazley NB-8G, 1931, original, Reg. No. N576Y.

Nieuport 10, original, Reg. No. N680CP.

Nieuport 11N, Reg. No. N9147A.

Nieuport 11, Reg. No. N9163A.

Pietenpol Air-Camper, Reg. No. N6262.

Pitcairn Mailwing PA-7, 1929, original, Reg. No. N15307.

Royal Aircraft Factory BE2c, Reg. No. N1914B.

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.8, Reg. No. N17501, on loan from the NASM.

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5ª.

Ryan NYP, Spirit of St Louis, Reg. No. N211XC.

Siemens Schuckert D.III, Reg. No. N1918G.

Sopwith Camel (Serial No. B6299), Reg. No. N7157Q.

Sopwith Dolphin, Reg. No. N47166.

Spartan C-3, 1929, original, Reg. No. N285M.

Stampe SV-4B, Reg. No. N10702.

Taylor J-2 Cub, 1936, original, Reg. No. N17834.

Thomas-Morse S-4B Scout, original, Reg. No. N74W.

Thomas Pusher Model E, Reg. No. N4720G.

WACO 10, 1927, original, Reg. No. N940.

Wright Ex Vin Fiz, Reg. No. N1911P.

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

(Martin McGuire Photo)

Douglas A-4E Skyhawk (BuNo. 148613), USS Oriskany, 301.

North American P-51D-25NA Mustang (Serial No. 44-73275), "Never Miss", Reg. No. N119H. Russell Cecil and Dave Murphy, Perth, NY.

Plattsburg Air Force Base.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

(JCLBA Photo)

(Alfred DeVaux Jr. Photo)

Boeing B-47E Stratojet (Serial No. 53-2385), 385, C/N 4501198, “Pride of the Adirondacks”.

(Alfred DeVaux Jr. Photos)

General Dynamics FB-111A Aardvark (Serial No. 68-0286).

Rochester, Genesee Warbirds, 16 West Main Street, 14614. Batavia.

Aero Vodochody L-29 Delphin (Serial No.).

Fouga Magister CM-170 (Serial No.).

Hispano Aviacion HA-200 Saeta (Serial No.), “Arrow of Seville”.

Rome, Griffiss Airpark, Griffiss AFB.

(elyob Photo)

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Air Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM) AGM-86B, northeast of the intersection of Perimeter Road and New York Route 825.

(Martin McGuire Photo)

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Boeing B-52G Stratofortress (Serial No. 58-0225), C/N 464293, “Mohawk Valley”.

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

McDonnell F-4 Phantom (Serial No. 65-0456).

(Paul Nelhams Photo)

Aero Vodochody L39C Albatros (Serial No. 332507), Star Equipment Leasing LLC.

Scotia, New York Air National Guard, 109 th AG.

(Ndunruh Photo)

Lockheed LC-130 Hercules aircraft operated by the 109th Airlift Wing, New York Air National Guard, 17 Dec 2007.

(Jeff Nelson Photo)

Lockheed GC-130D Hercules (Serial No. 57-0490).

Seneca Lake, Sampson State Park Military Museum.

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 18604), mounted on a pylon.

(Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

North American Rockwell T-2C Buckeye (BuNo. 158596), 809.

Shortsville, American Legion Post No. 34.

(Cshashaty Photo)

North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 53-1337).

Syracuse, New York Air National Guard, 174 th FW, Hancock Field.

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Cessna A-37B Dragonfly (Serial No. 66-3493).

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II (Serial No. 76-0523).

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (Serial No. 79-0337).

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Lockheed F-94B Starfire (Serial No. 50-0877), (YF-94 Prototype).

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 53-1519).

(Hector Vazquez Photo)

Republic F-84B Thunderjet (Serial No. 46-6600).

(Martin McGuire Photo)

North American F-86H Sabre (Serial No. 53-1306), painted as (Serial No. 53-0915), American Legion Post 915, Central Square.

(Exchange25 Photo)

Grumman F9F-6P Cougar (BuNo. unknown), city park static display, on loan from the Philadelphia Naval Museum. The aircraft has been on display since 1959 and in 2009 was refurbished when the new Town of Tonawanda Veterans Memorial was created.

Westhampton Beach, Francis S. Gabreski Suffolk County Airport.

Sikorsky HH-3E Jolly Green Giant Helicopter (Serial No. 66-13290), C/N 61-588. Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base.

White Plains, Westchester County Airport

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (Serial No. 55-3053), C/N 580-9594, mounted on a pylon.


Самолет Morane-Saulnier MS.230 был основным учебным самолетом французской Armée de l'Air на протяжении 1930 годов. Почти все французские пилоты, летавшие в Armée de l'Air во время Второй мировой войны, прошли начальную летную подготовку на этой машине. Это был эквивалент учебного самолета Stearman в United States air services и de Havilland Tiger Moth в British Royal Air Force. Всего было построено свыше 1000 самолетов.

Самолет в музее это Morane-Saulnier M.S.230 с номером 005, регистрационным номером F-BCBX и заводским 1066. Республиканская Испания купила 6 самолетов для летной школы Сантьяго де ла Рибера, но ни один из этих самолетов не пережил войну и не сохранился. Музейный самолет попал в коллекцию в 1995 году в результате обмена, и он окрашен в цветовую схему Испанских Республиканских ВВС.

Двухместный учебно-тренировочный самолет Morane-Saulnier M.S.230 категории Et.2 для промежуточной подготовки был наиболее востребованным французским самолетом этого класса в межвоенные годы.

Опытный экземпляр впервые поднялся в воздух в феврале 1929 года и представлял собой прочный подкосный моноплан схемы парасоль с фюзеляжем круглого поперечного сечения и ширококолейным шасси с раздельными стойками. Ученик размещался в открытой кабине под вырезом в задней кромке крыла, а инструктор сразу позади него.

За первоначальным заказом на 500 машин для Военно-воздушных сил Франции последовали новые военные контракты плюс заказы от французских ВМС, гражданских летных школ и частных лиц.


Экспортные варианты M.S.233 и M.S.236 строились компаниями OGMA (Португалия) и SABCA (Бельгия) соответственно. Самолет, кроме учебно-тренировочных, выполнял многие другие задачи, включавшие связь, наблюдение, стрелковую подготовку, буксировку мишеней и планеров, а также высший пилотаж.

Что у нас тут за двигатель? Salmson 9AB?

Колесо основной стойки. судя по всему тормозов нет?

И табличка с описанием самолета.

Модификации :
MS.229 два экземпляра, построенные в 1931 году для швейцарских Военно-воздушных сил аналогичны самолетам M.S.230, но с V-образными 8-цилиндровыми двигателями Hispano-Suiza 8Ac. Один из них был переделан в 1932 году под радиальный двигатель Wright 9Qa.
MS.230 построено свыше 1100 самолетов будучи главным учебно-тренировочным самолетом Военно-воздушных сил Франции, эти аппараты использовались также ВМС этой страны и большим числом хорошо известных частных пилотов одна машина летала с двигателем Lоrraine 9Nb Algol Junior.
MS.231 шесть самолетов, построенных в 1930 году с двигателем Lоrraine 7Mb мощностью 240 л.с.
MS.232 экспериментальный вариант с дизельным мотором Clerget 9Ca мощностью 200 л.с.
MS.233 оснащенные двигателями Gnome-Rhone 5Ba или 5Bc мощностью 230 л.с. Шесть самолетов были построены во Франции и 16 по лицензии в Португалии.
MS.234 оснащен двигателем Hispano-Suiza 9Qa мощностью 250л.с. Построено два самолета.
MS.234/2 переделан из гоночного варианта M.S.130, имел двигатель Hispano-Suiza 9Qb мощностью 230л.с. с капотом NACA в 1933 году оснащен мотором 9Qa, после чего получил обозначение M.S.234 No. 2.
MS.235 единственный экземпляр летал в 1930 году с двигателем Gnome-Rhone 7Kb мощностью 300 л.с..
MS.235H поплавковый вариант M.S.235
MS.236 девятнадцать самолетов, построенных бельгийской компанией SABCA. Были оснащены двигателями Armstrong Siddeley Lynx 4C мощностью 215 л.с. Первый самолет поднялся в воздух в июле 1932 года.
MS.237 пять машин, построенных для частных лиц, оснащены двигателями Salmson 9Aba мощностью 280 л.с. Первый аппарат поднялся в воздух в 1934 году

ЛТХ
Экипаж: 2
Длина: 6.942 m (22 ft 9 in)
Размах крыла: 10.7 m (35 ft 1 in)
Высота: 2.73 m (8 ft 11 in)
Площадь крыла: 19.7 m2 (212 sq ft)
Вес пустого: 834 kg (1,839 lb)
Полный вес: 1,208 kg (2,663 lb)
Топливо: 220 l (58 US gal 48 imp gal) сбрасываемый бак в центральной части фюзеляжа 22 l (5.8 US gal 4.8 imp gal) бак в центре масс
Двигатель: 1 × Salmson 9AB 9-цилиндров воздушного охлаждения, 170 kW (230 hp)
Винт: 2-лопастной деревянный фиксированного шага
Макс скорость: 207 km/h (129 mph, 112 kn) на уровне моря
193 km/h (120 mph 104 kn) на 3,000 m (9,843 ft)
163 km/h (101 mph 88 kn) на 5,000 m (16,404 ft)
Крейсер: 160 km/h (99 mph, 86 kn)
Never exceed speed: 260 km/h (160 mph, 140 kn)
Дальность: 579 km (360 mi, 313 nmi)
Высота: 5,000 m (16,000 ft)
Время до высоты: 3,000 m (9,843 ft) за 11 минут 18 секунд
5,000 m (16,404 ft) за 41 минуту 34 секунды
Нагрузка на крыло: 61.3 kg/m2 (12.6 lb/sq ft)
Тяговооруженность: 0.1429 kW/kg (0.0869 hp/lb)


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