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in Airplane Five-View magazine :

- Breguet Br-820.
 

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The Breguet 820 was a heavy fighter project, but not even Cunys Breguet book has a drawing.
 

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It's the Br.1030 :
 

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Hi,

the Breguet Br.97 Fulgur was four engined transport aircraft,it was
displayed here with turboprop and turbojet engines.
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1950/1950%20-%201019.html
 

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Typical for the french system, "97" was the designation number for the basic design,
the turboprop version was the Br.971 and the jet version the Br.972.
(drawings from Jesn Cuny "Les Avions Breguet")
 

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hesham said:
in Airplane Five-View magazine :

- Breguet Br-820.


For Breguet Br.820,it was here;
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,5313.msg42247.html#msg42247
 

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A strange thing,


from Flying Review December 1956,they mentioned that,the Breguet Br.1070 was a production
version of Br.1050 Alize,and we know the Br.1070 was unknown aircraft,I can't explain this
Info.
 

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To me, the most plausible explanation is just a typo ! The text says ",, the production Alizé,
the Type 1070 ...". To my opinion, that makes quite clear, which aircraft was meant.
 

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My dear Jemiba,


may be they intended to do that,but they changed their mind when the aircraft
went to production,that means the designation 1070 was save for Alize,but
never used.
 

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Perhaps they meant the production version to be designated "Br 1070", but changed their mind because the designation "Br 1050" had already been widely spread? Think of other aircraft for instance: We call the NAA Sabreliner the NA-265, the Grumman Intruder the G-128, etc. They retained the initial designation for commercial purposes while in fact every sub-version had its own internal designation. Perhaps it was the same here? Just my two cents.
 

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Stargazer2006 said:
Perhaps they meant the production version to be designated "Br 1070", but changed their mind because the designation "Br 1050" had already been widely spread? Think of other aircraft for instance: We call the NAA Sabreliner the NA-265, the Grumman Intruder the G-128, etc. They retained the initial designation for commercial purposes while in fact every sub-version had its own internal designation. Perhaps it was the same here? Just my two cents.


I agree with that Stargazer.
 

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I'm sure its just a typo since the correct designation is used above in the text. Really you shouldn't read so much into typos. I've often found annoying errors in articles and books.
 

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From Aviation magazine 1955,

a strange info about Breguet Br.1500,a vertical takeoff interceptor Project,could it a misprint and they meant Br.1005 ?.
 

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From, Les Avions Breguet,

the Executive Jet.
 

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