Empresa EMB-30 ?

hesham

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Hi,

of course we know the Empresa Aeronautica,this Brazilian
company,and its aircraft,EMB-29 six seat maritime flying
boat,EMB-31 two seat army co-operation recce,EMB-32
two seat fighter,EMB-33 single seat fighter,EMB-34 twin
engined bomber and EMB-35 two seat high speed recce
and ground attack aircraft.
I heard that the EMB-30 was a project,does anyone know
it ?.
 

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hesham said:
Hi,

of course we know the Empresa Aeronautica,this Brazilian
company,and its aircraft,EMB-29 six seat maritime flying
boat,EMB-31 two seat army co-operation recce,EMB-32
two seat fighter,EMB-33 single seat fighter,EMB-34 twin
engined bomber and EMB-35 two seat high speed recce
and ground attack aircraft.
I heard that the EMB-30 was a project,does anyone know
it ?.

EMBRAER, Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica, allways use a three digit number. I'll look for some info for you.

Cheers from Brazil

Pepe
 

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I think that you'll find that these "Embraer models" are actually Wesworld fantasy types.

http://wesworld.jk-clan.de/print.php?threadid=4703&page=1&sid=bf2f3f22f77fbcd227581d9779fec407

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Just to clarify, the supposed Empresa type numbers have been applied to existing aircraft. These were listed, in descending order, as:

Embraer EMB-28 (Seversky SEV-3XP)

Embraer EMB-29 (Hall PH)

Embraer EMB-31 (Renaud [sic] R.31)

Embraer EMB-32 (Renaud [sic] R.32)

Embraer EMB-33 ("FMA I-100 Baron" = Vickers Type 279 Venom)

Embraer EMB-34 (LACAB GR.8)

Embraer EMB-35 (Bellanca 29-90) [I assume that he meant 28-90]

Embraer EMB-36 (Seversky P-35)

Most of the actual types are reasonably well known. The author obviously has an affinity for fairly obscure Belgian aircraft.

The Renard R-32 was a one-off derivative of the R-31 recce aircraft. see: http://www.samoloty.ow.pl/fot/fot241.jpg (Gnome-Rhône version)

The LACAB GR.8 was another Belgian one-off, this time a bomber design. see:
http://www.samoloty.ow.pl/str363.htm
 

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