Talk:L'épopée des pionniers de l'aviation dans les Caraïbes

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Nice and interesting page LVCDC! I've made few modifications for a better unity in decriptions and aircraft listing. I guess you'll recover all the picture undisplayed. thanks again.Sixcyl 16:30, 14 December 2012 (MST)

  • All is done now; I was just missing of enough time to upload, check, cross the data and modify the others pages. Thanks for your support especially on the IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft page ! LVCDC 18 december 2012

some changes

I've had moved again PA-31T Cheyenne from PA-31 (Navajo/Chieftain/Mojave..) category because it's a genuine different variant which desserve its own category (also seen in Sonda), next to come.
The PA-32 Cherokee Six was wrongly categorized as PA-23-250 Aztec. I've changed it too. Added Minerve 747, and changed Air France 747 to 128 series instead of 430M. All Air France Boeing airplane suffix are "x28" by the way. Thanks! Sixcyl 14:11, 18 December 2012 (MST)


We can see several times stamps on letters. One of them features the Latécoère 631. The other one is this one [1] of the Free French Air Mail of 1945 which represents the Douglas DC-4E which was not a flag ship of actual airiners ! LVCDC 10:36, 28 August 2014 (MDT)

Do 28 desk model

It is the A1 version not the D Skyservant which is fundamentally different.Sixcyl 03:01, 30 November 2014 (MST)

Thanks for your sharp eye ! the D and later variants have more rectangular section for both the fuselage and engine nacelles. LVCDC 04:09, 30 November 2014 (MST)

Better Quality Footage

Higher quality version of this film is available on YouTube:

I will eventually get to capturing new pictures unless someone else is interested in doing so. Corkeyandpals (talk) 02:06, 8 July 2021 (MDT)

Feel free to upgrade the page; I've seen this HQ video (instead my screenshot done on an old cathodic TV screen) but I haven't enough free time. LVCDC (talk) 11:41, 8 July 2021 (MDT)
Wow ! what some nice upgrades for the tenth anniversary of this page ! Thanks you very much !
BTW, the unidentified aircraft N65... seems to be the Stinson L-13 seen some times before just after the Miles Martinet (same propeller and specific wheel). The both source together, we guess the registration which could be N65?83 ...
LVCDC (talk) 13:15, 8 December 2021 (MST)