hesham said:The source for Br.730 for transatlantic attemp;
A different version, unbuilt, of the Br.730 (scanned together with the 710). The main obvious difference with the built 730 is external floats with 2 pylons each.hesham said:and Br.730 for transatlantic attemp;
According to the index in the Trait d'Union #172, the 750 had also 3 engines... The mystery stays alive, yes!toura said:I see at "http://aerophile.over-blog.com" the same plane
but with 2 tails.........
Is not the four engines derivative of the Br 710 project, the Br 750 ?
For Silencer1, here is the Bréguet Br 792 project, version of Br 790 with 2 Béarn engines of 350hp, for A62 program of reco seaplanes on ships. Never built.Tophe said:The 3-view drawings of projects in Trait d’Union #172 are Bréguet:
792 (2-engine flying boat, 1940)
Some more, still with the same shape almost:Tophe said:The 3-view drawings of projects in Trait d’Union #172 are Bréguet:
731 single-fin and twin-fin variants (4-engine flying boats 1937), 732 (4-engine flying boat 1940)
This Br741, unbuilt, was a derivative of the Br740 which was a derivative of the Br730. The 741 had a hull special to increase speed, more powerful engines and strengthened wing in 1941-42.Tophe said:The 3-view drawings of projects in Trait d’Union #172 are Bréguet:
741 (4-engine flying boat)
From, Hydroretro site.Hi,
the Bregeut Br.510 (First allocated) was a 16-ton transatlantic sesquiplane flying boat Project for 1928,powered by four 650 hp Hispano-Suiza 12 Nbr engines,and had a wingspan of 35m and length 20m,designed carried out by the engineer Leduc,later developed into Bréguct-Bizerte,not related to postwar Br.510 Colmar.
It's strange, cause Bre.22 was the passenger aircraft built in 1923, no. F-ESBI. So, the number 22 was just occupied.