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Egyptian General Aero Organisation trimotor jet airliner project

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From my dear boxkite,

the Egypt transport jet aircraft project of 1968.
 

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Just found, maybe it's of interest :A model of a study made by the Egyptian General
Aero Organization /EGAO) and Messerschmitt for a 3-engined feederliner, designated
project 206.
I think, someone asked for such a project a long time ago ... (Hello Boxkite ?)
(from AW, june 1968)
 

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Jemiba said:
Just found, maybe it's of interest :A model of a study made by the Egyptian General
Aero Organization /EGAO) and Messerschmitt for a 3-engined feederliner, designated
project 206.
I think, someone asked for such a project a long time ago ... (Hello Boxkite ?)
(from AW, june 1968)

Der Flieger 7/1968 (page 257) describes it simply as "362" - take three of your digits and shake them ...

Anything in FLIGHT archive?
 

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.. or we take the "3" from the engines designation, which is E-300-C. :D
Shown is the nine stage compressor and two stage turbine. The fact remains,
that we don't even know the correct designation !
 

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Dear Hesham, here is another picture of this Egyptian tri-jet airliner design called 262; as displayed at the Turin Salon in June 1968. Is it powered by the E-300 C engine also displayed? Is it a Helwan design?

The pictures come from the 1st July 1968 issue of Aviation Magazine International......

Terry (Caravellarella)
 

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Bonjour

In fact ,it is the Me P260 (1968) ,an evolution of the Me P160 (1963)
Was a project of the Egyptian EGAO and Messerschmitt (variously named " 362 " or P206 or " 262 " in the press ;D)
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Thank you Richard, so it's really a German design; interesting......

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Caravellarella said:
Dear Hesham, here is another picture of this Egyptian tri-jet airliner design called 262; as displayed at the Turin Salon in June 1968. Is it powered by the E-300 C engine also displayed? Is it a Helwan design?

The pictures come from the 1st July 1968 issue of Aviation Magazine International......

Terry (Caravellarella)

Thank you my dear Caravellarella very much.
 

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