Alliet Larivière AL-05 Airplane Project ?

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Hi,

we know Alliet Larivière AL-04 and AL-06,a twin boom pusher light monoplane,which
intended for tourist role,there was anther airplane Project mentioned in TU magazine,
but with no details,if someone heard about it before ?.
 

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Hi all
From an old "le fana de l'aviaation"
 

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Many thanks to you my dear Toura,

and the AL-07 is new for me.
 

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hesham said:
Many thanks to you my dear Toura,

and the AL-07 is new for me.

I think that you'll find that it is the Lachassagne AL.7, construction of which started in 1939 although it did not make its first flight until 1945. Contrast it to the photograph on p.22 in Pierre Gaillard's 'Les Avions Français de 1944 à 1964'. The tail markings are the giveaway.
 

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I'm sorry ! you are right !
I will modified my fill
 

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It was nice to see a colour photograph of the AL.7, toura. Thank you for that. Hitherto I've only seen monochrome images.
 

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From TU 136,

they didn't know AL-05 what is,but it was existed at least.
 

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From TU 128,

the AL-05 was a two-seat tourist light monoplane Project,
powered by one Regnier engine
 

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I can't see any reference, in the foregoing attachment, to the AL05 project having twin booms - although I don't deny that this is a reasonable deduction to make, having regard to the fact that the AL04 and the AL06 both did.
 

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I can't see any reference, in the foregoing attachment, to the AL05 project having twin booms - although I don't deny that this is a reasonable deduction to make, having regard to the fact that the AL04 and the AL06 both did.

Agreed. "En 1938, Alliet et Larivière avaient en projet le type AL05, biplace de tourisme à moteur Régnier." translates as something like 'In 1938, Alliet and Larivière were planning the type AL05, a two-seat tourer with Régnier engine.'

So, we've got a date, designation, accommodation, role, and powerplant.
 

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