No. 9401. Bloch 160 (F-AREP c/n 01)
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Bloch 160

11/30/2009. Powered by four 720 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Xirs twelve-cylinder liquid-cooled V-engines, the all-metal Bloch 160 was first flown by Bloch's Chief Test Pilot André Curvale on June 18, 1937. The twenty-passenger aircraft was built for Air Afrique, in all three were produced. The type was developed into the Sud-Est S.E.161 Languedoc.

Created November 30, 2009