Talk:1914-2014 Le Bourget terre d'envol

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Third part : Le Bourget, terrain d'aviation, terre d'histoire

It's sometimes difficult to make identification from a screenshot, especially if you don't have seen the movie. And moreover if all the aircraft is not on the picture. This is an hypohesis; Sixcyl could make the finanl choice.

Caudron C.362 & Caudron C.712 & Bloch MB.151 / 152

Foreground right a Caudron C.690 followed by Caudron C.712 (or 713 or 714 prototype); behind them, two variants of the Bloch MB.150 -(front) MB.152 n°01 and (back) pre-production MB.151-. In the background, the dark engine cowling of a fighter that seems to be a Morane-Saulnier MS.406. Between them, an unidentified aircraft with a two-bladed propeller (so not a Bloch 151 / 152 : the cowling is no so deep and exhaust is in front of the radial).

update (04 nov 2016) : this aircraft is perhaps a Romano (type R.80/81 or 82 to be checked).

update (06 nov 2016) : not a trainer from Romano as expected. The R.80/81/82 family is a biplane and the propeller don't have a spinner. But the engine must be from the same family (Salmson 9Aba).

update (June 2017) :
Bottom far right : Caudron C.690;
Alongside a Caudron C.713 or prototype of 714;
Bloch MB.150 family : engine of MB.152 n°01 in front of forerunner MB.151 cockpit.
Morane-Saulnier MS.430 with its two blade propeller and its cowling soiled by the exhaust in front of the engine.
Morane-Saulnier MS.405 painted in a dark color.
Probably fall of 1938.

Caudron C.362, Caudron C.712 and Bloch MB.151.