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P.A. 10 ???
P.A. 20 http://www.aviafrance.com/aubert-pa-20-cigale--aviation-france-10074.htm (with many versions)
P.A. 30 ???
P.A. 40 ???
P.A. 50 ???
P.A. 60 Fighter Project 1937 http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,395.210.html
P.A. 70 Fighter Project 193? http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,395.210.html
P.A. 80 ???
P.A. 90 ???
P.A.100 tourisme project http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,395.210.html


I have also a P.A.400...
 

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Great work my dear Maveric,and many thanks to my dear Tophe.

P.A.300 was a single seat biplane project,powered by one engine.
 

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PA.201, post-war version of the PA.20 with 140 hp Renault engine
PA.204 Cigale-Major, touring aircraft with 170 hp SNECMA engine
PA.204S Super Cigale, version of the PA.204 with Lycoming engine
 

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Maveric said:
P.A. 10 ???
P.A. 20 http://www.aviafrance.com/aubert-pa-20-cigale--aviation-france-10074.htm (with many versions)
P.A. 30 ???
P.A. 40 ???
P.A. 50 ???
P.A. 60 Fighter Project 1937 http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,395.210.html
P.A. 70 Fighter Project 193? http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,395.210.html
P.A. 80 ???
P.A. 90 ???
P.A.100 tourisme project http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,395.210.html






P.A.100 tourisme project

P.A.200 ???
P.A.300 was a single seat biplane project,powered by one engine
P.A.400 (pictured)
 

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Thanks Maveric. My list has a few variant details but little more to add :(

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Aviation Aubert - Paul Aubert (PA) Designations

Pre-WWII PA Designations

PA-10 -- [??] Possibly 1936 light aircraft design

PA-12 -- Sansonnet, 1936 sesquiplane 2-seat* lightplane/tourer,
- PA-12: 60 hp Train 6T or 70 hp Train 6D air-cooled inverted 6-cyl.
-- * Tandem for training, single-seat for racing/long-range
-- http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,15888.msg211378.html#msg211378

PA-20 -- Cigale, 1938 high-wing cantilever monoplane cabin a/c, 1 built
- PA-20 Cigale: wooden const., 1 x 60 hp Train 6T, conv. into PA-201

PA-201 - Cigale, refined PA-20, 1 x 90 hp Régnier 4-cyl inline
PA-201 Cigale: 1938, n° 1 prototype PA-201 is re-engined PA-20
PA-201 Cigale: 1938, n° 2 prototype PA-201, F-WBBQ

PA-202 - PA-203 - [??]

PA-204 - Cigale Major, 4-seat vers. PA-201, 2 built (n°1 converted from PA-201 n°2)
- PA-204 Cigale Major: 1949 1 x 140 hp Renault 4 Pei 4-cyl inline
-- Cigale Major was to be "transformable en sanitaire"
- PA-204S Super Cigale: 1951 re-engined PA-204, 1 x 170 hp SNECMA-Régnier 4L-21, 1 built
- PA-204L Super Cigale: 1955 re-engined PA-204S, 1 x 135 hp Lycoming 290-D2B, 4 built

PA-205L Super Cigale: 1956 re-engined PA-204S, 1 x 150 hp Lycoming O-320, 1 built

PA-250 [Project] 1955 PA-204S development, club touring aircraft

PA-30 - (Project) 1936 twin-engined biplane cargo aircraft
- PA-30: To Argentine contract, not completed
-- Said to resemble de Havilland DH.84 Dragon

PA-40 - (Project) 1936 twin-engined low-wing monoplane cargo a/c
- PA-40: To Argentine contract, not completed
-- Removable cargo bunkers, trucks able to pass beneath

PA-50 - [??]

PA 60: [Project] 1937 2-seat side-by-side twin-boomed twin-engined pull-pull fighter

PA 70: [Project] 1936 'Jockey' fighter, 1 x Gnome-Rhône 14M Mars radial engine

PA-80 - PA-90 - [??]

Post-WWII PA Designations

PA-100 - [Project] 1946, fighter-trainer

PA-101: [Project] - 194? PA-100 variant

PA-102 - (Project) 1953 Espervier 2-seat tandem trainer,
- PA-102: 1 x 260 hp Argus-Salmson 8-AS.04, span ?? m
-- PA-102 to use wings of civil PA-204 Cigale Major

PA-200 - [??]


PA-300 - Grillon [Project] all-metal 2-seat side-by-side light a/c, 1 x 135 hp Lycoming
-- low-wing monoplane Grillon was to have a retractable tricycle u/c

PA-400 - Lucane [Project] 1953 light cabin twin, 2 x 240 hp air-cooled inlines
-- Engine nacelles blended into fuselage, optional swing-tail for cargo

PA-[??] - [Project] 1957 high-wing 6-pax transport, 2 x 180-240 hp Lycomings
-- composite construction (metal + wood), retractable undercarriage
-- Possibly designated PA-500 (??)
 
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Thanks for your list...Apophenia ;D
 

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By the way,


the PA-204S was called PA-250 designation,as in Air Pictorial 1955 magazine.
 

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Thank you my dear Apophenia.
 

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My dear Apophenia,

please add those two Projects,the Aubert PA-30 & PA-40 were a twin engined medium cargo/transport
aircraft of 1936,of biplane and monoplane configurations respectively.
 

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Thanks, done. Do you have a source for your clipping hesham?
 

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Yes my dear Apophenia,

it's TU magazine issue 135.
 

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Apophenia said:
PA-[??] - [Project] 1957 high-wing 6-pax transport, 2 x 180-240 hp Lycomings
-- composite construction (metal + wood), retractable undercarriage
http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1957/1957%20-%201391.html
Also in Air Pictorial 9/1957,maybe it was PA-500 ?.
 

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From Ailes 1/1954,

here is a strange Info about two-seat PA.102 ?.
 

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From Ailes 1/1954,

here is a strange Info about two-seat PA.102 ?.
From Ailes 20/6/1953,

the Aubert PA.102 Epervier was a tandem two seat trainer/fighter monoplane Project,also the PA.100 & PA.101
were the same aircraft in TU magazine from issue 135 ?.
 

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