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A three-seater touring aircraft
The Potez P.43 is a three-seater touring and training aircraft of 1932. Between 1920 and 1940, its builder, Henry Potez, produced more than 7,000 aircraft equipped with the Eclair propeller, invented with Marcel Dassault. In 1958, the aircraft manufacturer ended its long career in style with the purchase of Air Fouga, the creator of the Fouga Magister, the world’s first training jet. When it came out, the Potez P.43 was a great success. Derived from the P.36 model, the aircraft had slats on the leading edge that increased lift and ensured maximum safety. More than 160 of the P.43 were built, of which nearly 40 were military versions.
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