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X-Plane 10.50+ Latecoere Late-300

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X-Plane 10.50+ Latecoere Late-300 "Croix du Sud" 1.0. The Latecoere 300 series of aircraft were a group of civil and military flying boats. They were manufactured by French aircraft manufacturer Latecoere in the 1930s. It was powered by four engines. The 300 set an international aviation record for seaplanes on 31st December 1933, by flying 2,297 mi non-stop between Berre Lake near Marseille and Saint-Louis, Senegal. The aircraft then entered service for Air France, transporting mail across the Atlantic Ocean from Dakar, Senegal to Natal, Brazil. It completed 23 missions before being lost at sea on December 7, 1936. The pilot was the famous French aviator Jean Mermoz. By Philippe Gastebois.


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