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My dears,

you know that company TNCA,and its aircraft were as follwoing;
series C Microplano single seat biplane fighter which was powered
by one 180 hp Hispano-Suiza engine,Model 3 E-130 was also single
seat parasol wing monoplane fighter,powered by one 160 hp Le Rhone
engine,series A was two seat general purpose biplane,Azcarate E was
two seat trainer sesquiplane,O E-1 two seat light bomber and reconna-
issance sesquiplane,series H was two seat trainer aircraft,Teziutlan was
primary trainer aircraft and one from post war TTS-5 six seat twin engined
general purpose transport aircraft.

do you know TNCA Quetzolcoat aircraft?.
 

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Hi hesham,

the TNCA Quetzalcoatl was the model 4-E-131, a two-seater light bomber or reconnaissance monoplane fitted with a 185h.p. B.M.W.
The model 6-E-136 was a version of the 4-E-131 known as Quetzalcoatl-Liberty with a 400h.p. Liberty.
The model 5-E-132 was a two-seater training monoplane fitted with a 80h.p. Le Rhone.
A picture and a 3-view of the 4-E-131 I have found in the JAWA of 1926/27.

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Thank you dear Maveric.
 

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Thank you Skyblazer.
 

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Hi,

Mr. Juan Guillermo Villasana designed a Villasana No.1,it was an experimental helicopter
built in Mexico between 1923 to 1925;

http://drsamuelbanda.blogspot.com.eg/2012/11/la-aviacion-en-la-revolucion-mexicana_18.html
 

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hesham said:
Mr. Juan Guillermo Villasana designed a Villasana No.1,it was an experimental helicopter
built in Mexico between 1923 to 1925;
http://drsamuelbanda.blogspot.com.eg/2012/11/la-aviacion-en-la-revolucion-mexicana_18.html
Very interesting, but slightly out of place as this was not a TNCA aircraft.
 

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Here is the 1921 Brown Special, a biplane trainer with inline engine, designed and built by Lawrence W. ("Larry") Brown in the United States and assembled by TNCA in Mexico for use with the Fuerza Aeréa Mexicana. Larry Brown began to fly in 1914, and built his first aircraft in 1916 for aerobatics. He first wound up in Mexico as a mercenary pilot, and later as an aeronautical consultant for the Mexican government (he also had a small transport and agricultural work business). Four "Specials" are said to have been built, though possibly only two were assembled locally. Only number "51" is known.
 

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Yes I know that,

but maybe built the TNCA company,also in Wikipedia,they included it under this company;

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_aircraft_(Tn)
 

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hesham said:
but maybe built the TNCA company,also in Wikipedia,they included it under this company;
The list simply says that Villasana designed an aircraft called the Latino America for TNCA, but it doesn't necessarily mean it's the same type. I'm not a specialist of Mexican aviation, so I couldn't say for sure, but I think one has to be careful before asserting things one isn't sure about.
 

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Photo of the TNCA Serie H reconnaissance aircraft on display at the FAM Museum close to Mexico city.
Span: 11,70m
Lenght: 7,20m
Height: 3,60m
Engine: Aztati (Garza Blanca) radial 6 cylinders.
Weapons: One 8mm machine-gun and 50kg bomb load.

And Photo of a drawing of the TNCA Serie A.
 

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I forget the source for those pictures.
 

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Nice photos.
The Vought Corsair certainly was not a TNCA aircraft.
Also, the first aircraft in the color illustration was co-designed by Villasena, which proves he drew a lot of planes. But it doesn't look like it's related to TNCA either...
Perhaps this topic should be renamed as "Mexican aircraft" to reflect the change in focus?
 

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OK,no problem my dear Sykblazer,

we can change the title.
 

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Maybe all of them were from TNCA,right ?.

http://www.avia-it.com/act/biblioteca/periodici/PDF%20Riviste/Ala%20d'Italia/L'ALA%20D'ITALIA%201925%2003.pdf
 

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Hi,

here is some Mexico aircraft designer;
- Juan Guillermo Higareda
- Juan Ordoñez, Carlos Michel and the brothers Juan Pablo and Eduardo Aldasoro Suárez
- Georges Maitre
- Jalisco Guadalupe Mejía López
- Arturo Certuche and Leopoldo Sea
- Mariano DA Guerra

 

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