Avions Bréguet (Br) designations

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Hi,

here is some Breguet projects;

Br.24C1 was single seat fighter powered by Lorraine 450 hp engine intended for
the 1923 C1 program.
Br.25C2 was two seat fighter powered by Lorraine 480 hp engine intended for
the 1925 C2 program.
Br.29 was seaplane version of Br.27.
Br.30T was twin fuselage and powered by eight Renault 550 hp engines,it look like
the Bleriot 125.
Br.310 was transport aircraft with the Br.280T fuselage and wing of Br.27.
Br.320 was military three seat with Br.27 wing and powered by two Lorraine
230 hp engines.
Br.340 all metal twin engined variant of Br.27.
Br.350 was a two Breguet 27 engines placed in tandem on the wing upper.
Br.360 was three engined five-seat night bomber.
Br.370 was a four-Breguet 27, undoubtedly intended to address traffic on
South Atlantic.
Br.401 was three engined 7-ton 60-seat transport aircraft.
Br.540 was Hispano-Suiza engines version of Br.530.
Br.560 was Hispano-Suiza engines version of Br.520.
Br.580 was land version Br.521 as BN.5.
Br.590 was a multi-engined version of Br.521.
Br.600 was amphibian version of Br.521
And with Wibault;
Br.640T was twin engined monoplane 15-ton for Air-France.
Br.641T was a version for passenger on the South Atlantic.
Br.660 was a military version of Br.670.
Br.680 was three engined version of Br.670 for transatlantic.
 

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Hi all

Breguet designations (from Les Avions Breguet 1940-71)
 

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The 3-view drawings of projects in Trait d’Union #172 are Bréguet:
22H (flying boat 2-engine push-pull biplane 1926), 22T (landplane 2-engine push-pull biplane 1926)
30T (6-engines push-pull triplex fuselage, 1922, for Paris-New York in 24 hours)
310 limousine (1-engine biplane)
370T (biplane 1928), 371T (biplane)
401T (3-engine? biplane 1930)
710 (flying boat, profile only, 1935)
unbuilt variant of 730 (4-engine flying boat, 1935)
731 single-fin and twin-fin variants (4-engine flying boats 1937), 732 (4-engine flying boat 1940)
741 (4-engine flying boat 1940)
780 (6-engine flying boat 1936-37)
760 (4-engined with double spats? 1935-36)
840 (4-engine airliner 1941-43)
tractive 790(1-engine flying boat 1937)
792 (2-engine flying boat, 1940)
800 (1-engine floatplane 1937), 800 variant
850 (28-engines, 200 passengers, twin-fuselage 1941)
870 (6-engine flying boat 1944)
848 (sketch of cabin, airliner)
900T (4-engine)
1012 (2 double-engines, 1942)
P1 glider, P2 glider, other glider with hull
As example, I will scan and post the ones with question mark, deserving discussion. (The Br 850 is featured in my book Forked Ghosts).
 

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Thank you my dear Tophe very very much,

ans here is also some Breguet projects;

Br.520 and Br.530 flying boat aircraft.
Br.701 liaison transport twin engined aircraft based on Br.690 series.
Br.702 developed from Br.701 with 450 hp Renault engines.
Br.720 BN.4 four-seat night bomber.
Br.733 a version of Br.732 with Wright R-1820 engines.
Br.740 four engined transport flying boat developed from Br.730
with 1160hp Gnome-Rhone engines.
Br.750 four engined flying boat developed from Br.730.
Br.770 & Br.771 four engined transatlantic flying boat developed from
Br.730.
Br.781 flying boat developed from Br.730.
Br.801,Br.802 and Br.803 floatplanes.
Br.810 two-seat attack aircraft based on Br.698.
Br.820 twin-engined heavy fighter.
Br.830 & Br.831 flying boat aircraft based on Br.730.
Br.841,Br.842 and Br.843 four engined airliners.
Br.851 developed from Br.850 with some improvements.
Br.860 trainer seaplane powered by one 350hp engine.
Br.871 4-6 engined transport aircraft.
Br.880 amphibian flying boat intended to compete Nord N.1400 Noroit.
Br.1000 & Br.1001 super airliner.
Br.1011 twin-engined transport aircraft.
 

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Type I "Bréguet Tractor Biplane" experimental aircraft 1909

Type II experimental aircraft 1909

Type III experimental enlarged variant of Type II 1910
G / G1 powered by a 50 hp Gnôme engine
G2 powered by a 70 hp Gnôme engine
G2bis powered by an 80 hp or an 8-cylinder 100 hp Gnôme engine
G3 three-seater observation aircraft, major production version powered by the Gnome 75 kW (100 hp), 14-cylinder engine 1912
AG4 definitive military version powered by the Gnome, 140 or 160 hp engine 1913
R1 powered by a 50/60 hp REP engine
R2 powered by a 70 hp REP engine
L1 powered by a 50/60 hp Renault engine
L2 powered by a 70 hp Renault engine
L3 ? powered by a 100 hp Renault engine
C1 powered by a 40 hp Chenu engine
C2 powered by an 80 hp Chenu engine
U1 (C-U1) powered by an 85 hp Canton-Unné engine
U2 (C-U2) powered by a 105 hp or a 120 hp Canton-Unné engine
U2 (H-U2) powered by a 105 hp or a 120 hp Canton-Unné engine
U3 (C-U3) powered by a 200 hp Canton-Unné engine
U3 (H-U3) powered by a 200 hp Canton-Unné engine
D2 powered by a 100 hp Dansette engine
O1 powered by an 80 hp Le Rhône engine

R.U1 experimental aircraft, no details 1911

Type IV (BU3) light bomber biplane prototype 1914
BrM.1R1 single-engined single-seat reconnaissance biplane
BUM (BrM.2B2) single-engined biplane light bomber with tricycle gear
BLM (BrM.4B2) single-engine two-seater light bomber biplane 1915
BUC Michelin-built single-engine two-seat escort fighter biplane with Canton-Unné pusher engine
BLC Michelin-built single-engine two-seat escort fighter biplane with Renault pusher engine


Bre 5 B2 single-engine two-seater biplane light bomber evolved from Bre 4 (also found as Type V)
Bre 5 Ca2 single-engine two-seater biplane escort fighter (11 built)

Bre 6 Ca2 two-seat fighter variant of Bre 5 with different engine (50 built)

Bre 10

Bre 11 Corsaire four-seat light bomber (also found as Type XI) (1 built)

Bre 12 Ca2 night fighter evolution of Bre 5 with 37mm cannon and light

Bre 14 A2 single-engined two-seater biplane multirole aircraft (over 8000 built of all versions)
Bre 14 B2 bomber variant
Bre 14 T transport variant, no details

Bre 16 Bn2 enlarged night bomber variant of Br 14 (1918)

Bre 17 C2 shortened two-seat fighter variant of Br 14 (1918 - 300 built)

Bre 18T passenger transport aircraft (1919 - 1 built)

Bre 19 A2 multirole aircraft (2760 built in all versions)
Bre 19 B2 bomber variant
Bre 19 TR Bidon
Bre 19 TF Super Bidon

Bre 20 T Léviathan ten-place single-engine passenger aircraft (1922 - 1 built)

Bre 21 bomber variant of Bre 20 (1922)

Bre 22 Léviathan twenty-place twin-engine passenger aircraft derived from Bre 20 (1923 - 1 built)

Bre 23 bomber project (1922 - not built)
Bre 230 R3 reconnaissance variant (also planned as B3 bomber variant) (1923 - 1 built)

Bre 24 C1 single-seat fighter for the 1923 C1 program, powered by Lorraine 450 hp engine (not built)

Bre 25 C2 two-seat fighter for the 1925 C2 program, powered by Lorraine 480 hp engine (not built)

Bre 26 T single-engined eight-passenger biplane transport (1926 - 4 built)

Bre 270 A2 observation aircraft with HS12H engine (1929 - 96 built)
Bre 271 observation aircraft with HS12X engine (45 built)
Bre 272 TOE observation aircraft with GR9K engine (1932 - 1 built)
Bre 273 observation aircraft with HS12Y engine (1932 - 21 built)
Bre 274 reconnaissance aircraft with GR14K engine (1933 - 2 built)
Bre 27 S

Bre 280T eight-place passenger aircraft evolved from Bre 26T; more aerodynamic fuselage and Renault 12J engine (1928)
Bre 281T passenger aircraft with Lorraine 12E engine
Bre 284T colonial aircraft with HS12L engine (1929)

Bre 29 projected seaplane version of Bre 27 (not built)

Bre 30T huge twin-fuselage/triple-boom flying wing passenger transport project powered by eight Renault 550 hp engines (not built)

Bre 310 transport aircraft project with Bre 280T fuselage and Bre 27 wing (not built)

Bre 320 military three seat aircraft with Bre 27 wing and two Lorraine 230 hp engines (not built)

Bre 330 R2 reconnaissance aircraft (1931 - 2 built)

Bre 340 all-metal twin engined variant of Bre 27 (not built)

Bre 350 twin-engined Bre 27 project with engines placed in tandem on the upper wing (not built)

Bre 360 BN5 three-engined five-seat night bomber project (not built)

Bre 370 T planned transport version of Bre 360 project; first study that led to the Bre 371 project (not built)
Bre 371 T sesquiplane design using the wings of the Bre 27 (not built)

Bre 380 four-engined Breguet 27 mailplane project (not built)

Bre 390 passenger aircraft with GR5K engine (1931)
Br 39T alternate designation of Br 390
Bre 391T passenger aircraft (1931)
Bre 393T ten-place passenger aircraft with GR7K engine (1934 - 6 built)

Bre 401 trimotor biplane 7-ton 60-seat transport project (not built)

Bre 410 M4 light bomber with HS12H engine (1931)
Bre 411 M5 light bomber (1932 - 1 built)
Br 412 light bomber with HS12N engine
Bre 413 light bomber with HS12Y engine (1933)
Bre 414 light bomber with GR14K engine (1933)

Bre 420 project, no details

Bre 450 projected enlarged evolution of Br 270 (not built)

Bre 460 M5 Vultur light bomber and strike aircraft with GR14Krsd engine (1935)
Bre 461 Vultur light bomber and strike aircraft with GR14Kirs1 engine
Br 462 B4 Vultur (2 built)

Bre 470 T Fulgur 12-place passenger aircraft (1936 - 1 built)

Br 480 torpedo bomber project with GR14L engines (not built)
Br 481 torpedo bomber project with GR12Ydrs2 engines (not built)
Br 482 B4 four-engine bomber with GR12Y50/51 engines; completed as three-seat research aircraft with H.S.12-Z engines (1947 - 2 built?)
Br 483 T 23-place passenger aircraft transport project with 4 x P&W SB4G engines (1940 - not built)
Br 484 34-place high-altitude passenger transport project with 4 x Hispano Suiza 12 Y and new fuselage (became Br 1012) (1941 - not built)

Br 500 T Colmar twin-engined twin-fin 12-place passenger aircraft developed from Br.483T (1945 - 1 built, 1 destroyed before completion)
Br 501 Colmar twin-engined twin-fin airliner project with Bristol Hercules engines (not built)

Br 510 (1) heavy four-engined biplane flying boat project with GR9K engines (1930 - not built)
Br 510 (2) Colmar twin-engined twin-fin airliner project, a stretched Br.500 (1945 - not built)

Bre 520
Bre 521 R Bizerte, long-range reconnaissance flying boat, a license-built Short S.8 Calcutta (1933 - 31 built altogether)
Bre 522

Bre 530 T Saigon passenger transport flying boat, a civilian version of Br 521 (1934 - 2 built)

Bre 540 projected version of the Br 530 with Hispano-Suiza engines (1934 - not built)

Br 550 Colmar twin-engined twin-fin airliner project based on Br 500 with P&W Twin Wasp engines (1945 - not built)

Bre 560 projected version of the Br 520 with Hispano-Suiza engines (1934 - not built)

Bre 580 land-based variant of Br 521 as BN5 (1934 - not built)

Bre 590 projected multi-engined version of Br 521 (1934 - not built)

Bre 600 (1) projected amphibian version of Br 521 (1934 - not built)

Br 600 (2) combat aircraft

Bre 610 observation floatplane (1934 - 1 built)

Br 640 T 15-ton twin-engined monoplane project for Air France (1934 - not built)
Br 641 T passenger transport for Southern Atlantic routes, project only (1935 - not built)

Bre 660 projected military version of Type 670 (not built)

670 passenger aircraft (Bréguet-Wibault) (1935 - 1 built)

680 projected three-engined version of Type 670 for transatlantic routes (1935 - not built)

Bre 690 AB2 attack/bomber aircraft with GR14M engines (1938 - 384 built of all 69* series versions)
Bre 690 C3 fighter variant (1938)
Bre 691 AB2 light attack/bomber aircraft with HS12 engines (1939)
Bre 691 B2 bomber variant (1939)
Bre 692 AB2 projected light attack/bomber variant with GR14N engines (1938 - not built)
Bre 693 AB2 light attack/bomber variant with GR14M engines (1939)
Bre 694 export version of Br 693 for Belgium (1940)
Bre 695 AB2 light attack/bomber variant with Pratt & Whitney engines (1940)
Bre 696 B2 bomber variant of Br 691 and Br 693 B2 (1939)
Bre 697 C2 heavy fighter variant (1939)
Bre 698 B2 bomber variant
Bre 699 B2 projected variant of Br 695 (not built)

Bre 700 C2 Heavy fighter project (not built)

Br 701 passengert transport/liaison aircraft (1940) with 4 x P&W SB4G, a version of Br 69 (1940 - not built)
Br 702 transport-liaison aircraft (1940) with 4 x Renault engines, a version of Br 69 (not built)

Bre 710 Three-engined 32-passenger flying boat project with GR9K engines (1935 - not built)

Bre 720 BN4 four-seat night bomber (not built)

Br 730 four-engine long-range maritime patrol flying-boat with 4 x Gnôme-Rhône 14 N44/45 engines (1938 - 2 built)
Br 730bis four-engine long-range exploration flying-boat with 4 x Hispano Suiza 24 Z engines (became Br 830) (1937-1947 - 1 built)
Br 731 four-engine military transport flying boat with 4 x Gnome-Rhone 14 R200/201 engines (adapted from Br 730) (1945-47 - 2 built)
Br 731bis four-engine passenger transport flying boat with 4 x Hispano Suiza 12 Y engines (1937-1941 - not built)
Br 731ter four-engine passenger transport flying boat with 4 x GR14R engines (not built)
Br 732 enlarged Br 730 project with Pratt & Whitney R-1830 engines (1940 - not built)
Br 733 enlarged Br 730 project with Curtiss-Wright R-1820 engines (1940 - not built)

Br 740 four-engined (1600-hp GR) passenger flying boat project based on Br 730 (1940 - not built)
Br 741 passenger flying boat project based on Br 730, but larger (1940 - not built)

Br 750 four-engine flying boat project developed from Br 730 (not built)

Br 760 four-engine double-deck single-/twin-fin 56-seat passenger transport designs that led to the Br 761 (not built)
Br 760bis 31-seat long-range version of above (not built)
Br 761 Deux-Ponts with SNECMA/Gnome et Rhône 14R engines (1949 - 1 built)
Br 761S Deux-Ponts with Pratt & Whitney R-2800-B31 engines (1949 - 3 built)
Br 762 Deux-Ponts variant with Bristol Hercules 630 engines (not built)
Br 763 Provence f passenger transport or Air France, with Pratt & Whitney R-2800-CB 16 engines (1951 - 12 built)
Br 764 ASM military variant (1 conversion)
Br 765 Super Deux-Ponts projected improved variant (not built)
Br 765 Sahara military cargo version with wingtip additional fuel tankers (1958 - 4 built)

Br 770 four-engined heavy bomber project (not built)
Br 771 six-engined heavy bomber project (not built)

Br 780 (1) twin-fin flying-boat project (not built)

Br 780 (2) six-engined heavy bomber project (1936-37 - not built)
Br 781 four-engined heavy bomber project (not built)

Bre 790 Nautilus reconnaissance flying boat with single pusher engine mounted on top of fuselage (1939 - 2 built)
Bre 791 proposed version powered by single Gnome & Rhône 14M radial engine (not built)
Bre 792 proposed version for ship-based reconnaissance, powered by two 360 hp Béarn air-cooled inline engines (1940 - not built)

Br 800 carrier-launched four-engine twin-float twin-fin seaplane airliner project with folding wings (1937 - not built)
Br 801 projected variant (not built)
Br 802 projected variant (not built)
Br 803 projected variant (not built)

Br 810 carrier attack-bomber project based on Br 698 (not built)

Br 820 twin-engine heavy fighter project

Br 830 Four-engined flying boat project with 4 x Gnôme-Rhône 14R (also 18R?) (also see Br 730bis) (1937? 1940? - not built)
Br 831 projected 45-passenger transport version (1941-42 - not built)

Br 840 large double-deck twin-fin passenger transport project developed from Br 730-740 (not built)
Br 841 projected cargo version (not built)
Br 842 projected high-altitude version (not built)
Br 843 projected high-altitude trans-Atlantic version (not built)

Br 850 huge twin-boom seven-engine transport project with contra-rotating propellers (not built)
Br 851 huge transport project with 28 x Hispano-Suiza 12Z engines (not built)

Br 860 school flying boat with 1 x Béarn GD (1942-43 - not built)

Br 870 large six-engine flying boat passenger transport project with contra-rotating propellers (1944-1946 - not built)
Br 871 civil transport project developed from Br 1011 (between 1944-1946) with 4 x HS 24 Z or Arsenal 24 H engines (not built)

Br 880 twin-engined patrol flying boat project with 2 x Gnôme-Rhône 14 R4/5 engines (1944-1945 - not built)

Br 890H Mercure passenger transport aircraft (1949 - 1 built)
Br 891/R Mars military cargo variant (1949)
Br 892S Mercure passenger variant (1949)
Br 893 planned variant with new engines (1950 - not built)
Br 894 planned variant with new engines (1950 - not built)
Br 895H planned development of Br 890H with 2 x Bristol Hercules 758 engines (1952 - not built)

Br 895 (2) ASW aircraft project unrelated to Br 890/895 series with 4 x Bristol Hercules 811 engines (1956-57 - not built)

Br 900 (1) four-engined transport project with 4 x Hispano-Suiza 12 Z engines (1941-42 - not built)

Br 900 (2) performance glider (1947-48 - 7 built)
Br 901/S single-seat glider (1954 - 61 built)
Br 902 tandem trainer glider (1957 - 6 built)
Br 903 experimental glider formerly known as the SEVIMIA S-10 (1950-1956)
Br 904 Nymphale tandem-seat trainer glider (1956 - 52 built)
Br 905 Fauvette trainer glider (1958)
Br 906 Choucas vee-tail tandem-seat trainer glider (1959 - 1 built)
Br 907 glider project (1960 - not built)

Br 910 air-to-surface missile project (AS.10) (1947-48 - not built)

Br 920 surface-to-air missile project (SA.30) with SEPR rocket engine (1947-48 - not built)

Br 940 Intégral four-engine twin-fin STOL experimental aircraft (1958 - 1 built)
Br 941 single-fin lengthened variant (1961)
Br 941A projected twin-float variant (not built)
Br 941C more comfortable evolution of 941S for 52 passengers (not built)
Br 941S test batch for the Armée de l'Air, one being demonstrated as the McDonnell 188 in the United States (4 built)
Br 942 pressurized evolution with circular fuselage section (1959 - not built)
Br 943 heavier military cargo version with four Turmo VI turbines for NATO's NBMR.4 specification (1961 - not built)
Br 943R STOL variant with two auxiliary Rolls-Royce RB.162 jets in wheeltrain housings (not built)
Br 944 very different, much enlarged high-wing short-haul evolution for 150 passengers (1964 - not built)
Br 945 small tropicalized cargo development of Bre 941 for the Armée de l'Air with two Turmo IIID turbines (1960 - not built)
Br 946 (1) civilian transport development of Br 941 (not built)
Br 946 (2) much larger four-engine STOL with double-deck fuselage from the Br 124 design (1961 - not built)
Br 947 military transport (1962), an enlarged variant of Br 943

Br 950 training/observation twin-boom amphibian flying boat project with one Mathis G 16 R engine (1946 - not built)

Br 960 Vultur two-seat low-wing carrier-based ground-attack aircraft (1951 - 2 built)
Br 961 Vultur attack aircraft variant (1951 - not built)
Br 962 (1) Vultur attack aircraft variant (1951 - not built)
Br 962 (2) Vultur ASW aircraft variant (1954 - not built)
Br 963 experimental aircraft with one Mamba and one Nene engine for blown flap trials (1953-54 - 1 converted)
Br 965 more powerful prototype as aerodynamic model of the Br 1050 (1953 - 1 built)
Br 966 ASW variant with one RR Dart engine (project became the Br 1050 Alizé) (1955 - not built)

Br 970 (1) ill-documented light helicopter project

Br 970 (2) Fulgur
Br 971 Fulgur passenger aircraft project with 6 turboprop engines (not built)
Br 972 Fulgur passenger aircraft project with 4 jet engines (not built)
Br 973 Fulgur passenger aircraft project with 8 turboprop engines (not built)
Br 974 Fulgur passenger aircraft project with 4 jet engines (not built)

Br 978 medium range twin-jet airliner with "crescent"-shaped wing (not built)
Br 978A variant with three Atar 101D engines (not built)
Br 978AP variant with two turboprops and one jet engine (not built)
Br 978F version with four twin flux engines and a classically shaped wing (not built)
Br 978P variant with two Bristol Proteus turboprops and an Atar or Avon jet engine (not built)
Br 978S final variant studied with two Atar 101D (then Avon) engines and two TB-1000B turboprops (not built)
Br 978T variant with four TB-1000B turboprops (not built)
Br 978TA similar variant with additional tail jet (not built)

Br 990 ASW aircraft project with one Mamba engine and one Marboré engine (1952 - not built)

Br 1000 (1) large 12-engined transport project with twelve Hispano 12 Y or 12 Z engines (1940 - not built)
Br 1001 (1)

Br 1000 (2) lightweight fighter project (1951 - not built)
Br 1001 (2) lightweight fighter project (1952 - not built)
Br 1002 (2) interceptor project (1953 - not built)

Br 1000 (3) ground attack aircraft project with 2 x Viper engines (1952 - not built)
Br 1001 (3) Taon single-seat fighter-bomber (1957)
Br 1001bis Taon single-jet variant of above (also found as Br 1001B)
Br 1002 projected interceptor variant
Br 1003M projected attack fighter variant (1957 - not built)
Br 1004 projected single-engined attack fighter variant (1957 - not built)
Br 1005 projected attack fighter variant with new wing (1958 - not built)

Br 1010 Apterion VTOL fighter project developed with M. Wibault with 1 x Bristol BE 52 engine (circa 1950 - not built)

Br 1011 Capricorne transport prototype (1941-1946) with two Hispano-Suiza 24Z engines (uncompleted)
Br 1012 twin-tandem engined passenger transport project with contra-rotating propellers (previously known as Br 484) (construction abandoned)

Br 1020 two-seat observation aircraft project for ALAT (1953 - not built)

Br 1030 experimental fan-in-wing convertible aircraft project (1953 - not built)

Br 1050 Alizé carrier-based ASW aircraft developed from the Vultur (1956 - 89 built)

Br 1060 COIN aircraft project (1956 - not built)

Br 1080 experimental aircraft developed with R. Dorand with 1 x hybrid Turboméca-Hispano engine (1957 - not built)

Br 1100 attack fighter prototype (1957 - 1 built)
Br 1100M carrier-borne ground attack aircraft (1 built, not completed)

Br 1110A VTOL fighter project (1955 - not built)
Br 1110B variant of above (1955 - not built)
Br 1110C variant of above (1955 - not built)
Br 1110D variant of above (1955 - not built)
Br 1110 ∆ Apterion delta-wing assault VTOL with 3 x RB 162 and 2 x RB 153/I (1957 - not built)
Br 1111 ∆ supersonic version of above with 4 x RB 162 engines and 1 x P&W TF 10 turbofan (1960 - not built)
Br 1115 Assault VTOL project for NATO developed from Br 1111 (1962) with 1 x BS 100/3 (1962 - not built)
Br 1116 VTOL fighter for French program with 4 x RB 162 and 2 x RB 168 (1960 - not built)

Br 1120 Sirocco fighter-bomber project also known as the SNCASO SO 1120 (1957 - not built)

Br 1150 Atlantic patrol ASW aircraft (1961 - 87 built)

Br 1160 transport project derived from the Atlantic (1959 - not built)

Br 1170 high-wing long-range subsonic naval bomber project (1960 - not built)

Br 1180 high-wing supersonic strategic bomber project, a competitor to the Mirage IV (1958 - not built)

Br 1190 bomber project derived from the Atlantic (1960 - not built)
Br 1191 bomber project derived from the Atlantic (not built)

Br 120 fighter-bomber project (1963 - not built)
Br 120 G version of Br 120 with variable sweep wings (not built)

Br 121A ECAT-Bréguet tactical fighter and advance training aircraft project that led to the Jaguar (1963 - not built)
Br 121B two-seater variant (1963 - not built)
Br 121C single-seat interceptor variant (1963 - not built)
Br 121E two-seater trainer variant (1963 - not built)
Br 121P photo-recce variant (1963 - not built)

Br 122 variable-sweep tactical fighter project for NATO's NMBR.4 specification (1964 - not built)

Br 123 AEW project, different layouts with jet or turboprop engines (1964-65 - not built)

Br 124 double-deck four-jet airliner project for Airbus program (1965 - not built)

Br 1250 ASW flying boat project (1959-60 - not built)

Br 126 Alpha Jet advanced tandem trainer project prior to teamwork with Dassault and Dornier (1967 - not built)


Gyroplane designations

G.10A small transport helicopter with 1 x Gnôme & Rhône 14 M (1941-42)
G.11E Gyroplane five-seat transport coaxial helicopter with 1 x Potez 9 E00 engine (1 built)
G.111 modification of G 11 E with 1 x P&W R985-SB5 engine (1 conversion)
G.130 40-passenger gyroplane project (not built)
G.161 water bomber gyroplane project with a load of 35,000 litres of water (not built)
G.20 combat helicopter originally designed by the French Navy, with 2 x Renault 6Q-04 (1938-45 - not built)
G.34 small transport helicopter with 1 x Gnôme & Rhône 14 M engine (1941 - not built)

Non-standard designations

LE single-seat low-wing fighter (LE= Laboratoire Eiffel)

AV1 medium bomber (1 built)
AV2 medium bomber (1 built)

G-11E Gyroplane five-seat transport coaxial helicopter (also found as G-111) (1 built)

P.1 single-seat gull-wing glider project
P.2 two-seat gull-wing glider project


Undesignated projects

Calcutta, license-built Short S.8 (perhaps the missing Br 520?) (4 built)
Giroplane experimental 1933 helicopter (with Dorand)
– 1940 transport flying-boat with 12 Hispano 12 Y or 12 Z engines, using the wings of the first Br 1000 project
– 1941-1944 large 500 t transport with 60 x Hispano-Suiza 12 Z (Extrapolation des précedénts = Br 850-851)
– 1941-1944 large 1,000-ton transport developed from Br 850 and 851 projects, with 120(!) x Hispano-Suiza 12 Z engines
– 1948-1949 colonial amphibian projects with 2 x Renault 6Q engines
– 1951 or 1952 crescent-winged mixed cargo transport project with 4 x Proteus engines
– 1952 ASW flying boat project using the wings of the Br 763, with 4 x P&W R-2800-CA18 engines
– 1953 exploration flying-boat with 4 x Wright R-3350 engines
– 1953 executive aircraft pre-project with 4 x Turboméca Palas engines
– 1953 executive aircraft pre-project with 3 x Turboméca Marboré II
– 1953 light carrier-borne ASW aircraft project with 2 x Wright R-1300 and an auxiliary jet
– 1959 liaison-observation aircraft project with one GE T 58 turbine engine and two contra-rotating propellers


Great links:
- http://www.ctie.monash.edu.au/hargrave/breguet.html
- http://amisbreguet.free.fr/
 

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Bréguet Br.1012 Capricorne twin-tandem engined passenger transport project with contra-rotating propellers (construction abandoned)

Bréguet Br.730 four-engine long-range maritime patrol flying-boat (2 built)
Bréguet Br.730 four-engine long-range transport/airliner flying-boat (2 built)
Bréguet Br.732 enlarged Br.730 with Pratt & Whitney R-1830 engines (project)
Bréguet Br.733 enlarged Br.730 with Curtiss Wright R-1820 engines (project)
Bréguet Br.740 enlarged Br.730 (project)
Bréguet Br.741 enlarged Br.730 (project)

Bréguet Br.500 Colmar twin-engined twin-fin airliner prototype (1 built, 1 destroyed before completion)
Bréguet Br.501 Colmar twin-engined twin-fin airliner with Bristol Hercules engines (project)
Bréguet Br.510 Colmar twin-engined twin-fin airliner - stretched Br.500 (project)
Bréguet Br.550 Colmar twin-engined twin-fin airliner with Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp engines (project)
 

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Thanks a lot, Terry! I've updated the list with your additions. I'm aware this list is still incomplete but I'm still working on it, especially as far as the early types are concerned.
 

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A wonderful synoptic diagram showing the evolution of Breguet designs, originally from Aviation Magazine and found at http://amisbreguet.free.fr/GenealogiedesAvionsBreguet.htm .
 

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A first batch of information from Les Avions Breguet 1940/1971 by Jean Cuny & Pierre Leyvastre (= Docavia # 6):

Br.483T – civil transport (1940) with 4 x P&W SB4G
Br.484 – civil transport (1941) with 4 x Hispano Suiza 12 Y (Nouveau fuselage, voir 1011-1012)
Br.701Transport-Liaison (1940) with 4 x P&W SB4G, version of Br.69
Br.702Transport-Liaison (1940) with 4 x P&W SB4G, version of Br.69
Br.730Exploration (1936) with 4 x Gnome-Rhone 14 N44/45 (Prototype antérieur à la guerre)
Br.730 bisExploration (1937-1946) with 4 x Hispano Suiza 24 Z (Rebaptisé Br.830 (extrapolation))
Br.731 (first use) – transport (1937-1941) with 4 x Hispano Suiza 12 Y
Br.731 (second use) – military transport (1945) with 4 x Gnome-Rhone 14 R200/201 (Adaptation du Br.730)
w/o number – ASW flying-boat (1952) with 4 x P&W R 2800 CA 18 (Projet utilisant la voilure du 763)
w/o number – flying-boat for exploration (1953) with 4 x Wright R 3350

(Green passages are in French - Stéphane, please feel free to translate as a native-speaker. Sorry, I'm unable to speak your mother tongue.)

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Br.830 – (1940) with 4 x Gnome-Rhone 14 R (Voir également Br.730 bis)
Br.831 – transport (1941)
Br.841 --\
Br.842 > (1941-1943) with various engines (12 Z, 14 R, 18 R) (Extrapolation des Br.730-740)
Br.843 --/
Br.851 – together with Br. 850 Projets géants with 28 x Hispano-Suiza 12 Z
w/o number500 t transport (1941-1944) with 60 x Hispano-Suiza 12 Z (Extrapolation des précedénts = Br.850-851)
w/o number1.000 t transport (1941-1944) with 120(!) x Hispano-Suiza 12 Z (Extrapolation des précedénts = Br.850-851)
Br.860hydravion d’entrainement (1942-1943) with 1 x Béarn GD
Br.871 – civil transport (together with Br. 870 between 1944-1946) with 4 x HS 24 Z or Arsenal 24 H (Extrapolation du Br.1011)

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Br.880Exploration (1944-1945) with 2 x Gnome-Rhone 14 R4/5
Br.895 – ASW (1956-1957) with 4 x Bristol Hercules 811 (Projet sans rapport avec les 890-895)
Br.895 H – (1952) Développement projeté du Br.890H, with 2 x Bristol Hercules 758
Br.900 (first use) – before the Br.900 glider from 1947 there was a transport project in 1941-1942 with same type number, with 4 x Hispano-Suiza 12 Z
Br.903 – experimental glider (1950-1956) (Ex-S10 de la SEVIMIA)
Br.907 – glider (1960), project only
Br.920Engin S.A. (1947-1948), Moteur-Fusée SEPR
Br.940 Integral
Br.947 – military transport (1962) (Variante agrandie du projet 943)
w/o number Liaison-Observation (1959) with 1 x GE T 58 (Monoturbine bihélice)

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Br.950Entrainement-Observation (1946) with 1 x Mathis G 16 R (Amphibie à coque, bipoutre)
w/o numberAmphibies coloniaux (1948-1949) with 2 x Renault 6Q (Analogues, mais empennage classique)
Br.963 – experimental a/c (1953) with 1 x Mamba , 1 x Nene (Essais de volets soufflés)
Br.966 – ASW (1955) with 1 x RR Dart (Devenu le Br.1050)
Br.970 (first use)Hélicoptère léger (w/o year) (Projet mal connu)
Br.970 Fulgur (second use) \
Br.971 Fulgur \
Br.972 Fulgur > transport in different versions (1948-1951) with 6 or 8 x Mamba or 4 x RR Nene
Br.973 Fulgur /
Br.974 Fulgur /

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w/o numberCargo mixte (1951 or 1952) with 4 x Proteus (Projet à ailes en croissant)
Br.990 – ASW (1952) with 1 x Mamba, 1 x Marboré
Br.1000 (first use) – transport (1940) with 12 x Hispano 12 Y or 12 Z
Br.1000 (second use)Chasseur léger (1951) (Inspiré par le Gnat britannique)
w/o number – transport flying-boat (1940) with 12 Hispano 12 Y or 12 Z (Voilure du précedént = Br. 1000 (first use))
Br.1001 (first use - not Taon!) – Soutien au sol (1952) with 2 x Viper (Projet développé du précedént = Br. 1000 (second use))
Br.1001 bisVariante monoréacteur du précedént = Br. 1001 (first use))
Br.1010Chasseur VTOL (Vers 1950), project in cooperation with M. Wibault, with 1 x Bristol BE 52
Br.1011 Capricorne – transport (1941-1946) with 2 x Hispano-Suiza 24Z (Prototype inachevé)
Br.1020 – observation a/c (1953) (Projet pour l’ALAT)

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Br.1030Convertible expérimental (1953) (Rotors dans la voilure)
w/o number (1953/# 1) – executive a/c with 4 x Turboméca Palas (Avant-projet peu avancé)
w/o number (1953/# 2) – executive a/c with 3 x Turboméca Marboré II (Avant-projet peu avancé)
w/o number (1953/# 3)ASM embarqué léger with 2 x Wright R-1300 (et réacteur d’appoint)
Br.1080 – experimental a/c (1957) in collaboration with R. Dorand with 1 x hybride Turboméca-Hispano
Br.1110 A to DAssaut VTOL (1955 to 1957) (3e génération du programme NATO)
Br.1110 ∆ Apterion - Assaut VTOL (1957) with 3 x RB 162 and 2 x RB 153/I (Variante à voilure delta)
Br.1111 ∆ - Assaut VTOL (1960), supersonic version of BR.1110, with 4 x RB 162 and 1 x P&W TF 10
Br.1115 - Assaut VTOL (1962) with 1 x BS 100/3 (Développement des précedénts = Br.1111)
Br.1116Chasseur VTOL (1960) with 4 x RB 162 and 2 x RB 168 (Programme francais)

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Thanks boxkite. I've included all your additions and also integrated AM's list from the first post.

I believe we now have the most complete Bréguet list ever published anywhere. Thanks folks, couldn't have done this without you!! ;)
 

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@AM, sorry for ignoring your list based on Docavia book – my eyes were fixed on Stargazer’s designation list below your post. I discovered to do a ‘backup’ job too late yesterday evening. Nevertheless, a few small additions:

Br.1180 – Cuny/Leyvastre describe this project as competitor to Mirage IV. At first view it looks like a up-scaled Jaguar, but Br.1180 has more than twice the length of Br.126. So we should name it a strategic bomber as the authors did. Also there are six years between the starting signals of/for both aircraft (Br.1180 -> 1958 / Br.126 -> 1964).

Br.120 G – version of Br.120 with VG
w/o number (1964) – experimental a/c with VG
Br.123 – (1965) different layouts with jet or turboprop engines

Helicopters
G 10 A – small transport helicopter (1941-1942) with 1 x Gnome-Rhone 14 M
G 20 – combat helicopter (1938-1945) with 2 x Renault 6Q-04 (Projet initial de la Marine / également dénommé « Vuillerme »)
G 34 – small transport helicopter (1941) with 1 x Gnome-Rhone 14 M
G 111 - modification of G 11 E with 1 x P&W R985-SB5 instead of 1 x Potez 9 E00 in G 11 E
w/o number (1953) – ASW tandem helicopter with 2 x Alvis “Leonides”

three different ‘Jeep Volantes’ from 1959 w/o type number

That's all - no continuation by me ;) .
 

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Thanks a lot AM for sending me your updated PDF. It enabled me to update the list some more, especially in the early types I to IV which I had no details about (I am hopelessly lame with World War I types!).
 

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Hi,

for Breguet G.130 and G.161;please see;

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2693.msg21687/highlight,breguet+130.html#msg21687
 

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Neat helicopter projects! I've added them to the list.

As for the G.20 being called "Vuillerme", I decided to keep that information out for now since that was the name of Bréguet's rotary aircraft designer and I can't see the Navy calling a helo type that way... I'd have to see the original text to be sure.
 
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