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  • The conquest of the air in Paris

    One hundred years ago, France set out to conquer the air. For the occasion a breathtaking show will be presented in April in Paris. To get an idea of what you can expect, watch the video teaser. Read the article.

  • In aviation, what is called a Demoiselle ?

    The name is rather charming for an airplane: the Demoiselle (Damselfly). This aircraft of yesteryear was built between 1909 and 1910 by Alberto Santos-Dumont (1873-1932). Watch the video and read the article.

  • Réplic'Air revives the Dewoitine 551

    After the centenary re-enactment of Roland Garros’ Mediterranean crossing with their Morane Type G replica, the Réplic'Air Association has embarked on a new challenge: to build a 1939 fighter plane the Dewoitine 551.

  • In the wake of Roland Garros, they've succeeded

    100 years after the crossing of the Mediterranean by Roland Garros, the association Réplic'Air has repeated the feat. On September 22, the Morane G connected Frejus in France with Bizerte, Tunisia, in under 8 hours. A historic flight.

  • First images of Mediterranean crossing…

    Réplic'Air Association has succeeded! On September 22, the replica of the aircraft used by Roland Garros 100 years ago, crossed the Mediterranean. First images, with a full report coming…

  • Morane G in the air !

    Less than three weeks to go for its appointment with history, and flight tests are intensifying for the Morane G. A hundred years after that of Roland Garros, the challenge of crossing the Mediterranean, with an exact replica of the aircraft, is about to be taken by the association Réplic'Air !

  • Last turn of the screw on the Morane-Saulnier G.

    The Réplic'Air association challenged itself 9 months ago to make a Morane-Saulnier Type G. Objective: To cross the Mediterranean this September, 100 years to the day after the historic flight of Roland Garros. And they are well on the way !

  • In the wake of Roland Garros...

    In the wake of Roland Garros...


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