Not to the best of my knowledge, although there was an ultimate connection between the companies.
There was also a twin with similar ironwork..... there, I've given it away.......
"Superfluity" - now there's a word you don't hear every day.
This well strutted lady is the Huff-Daland HD-4 'Bridget', aka the TA-2.
Not sure how this one will fare......
From deep within Russia somewheres would be my guess.
Russia would be an excellent place to begin your search.
The 1961/1962 KhAI-19 by the Kharkov Aviation Institute ?
Right on Walter. Enjoy a cold one on me
Thanks for the cold beer. Although hot chocolate would be more in place view our present so called "Summer"
Nice trimotor. Should cause no problems considering the high standard of the forum members.
I have been searching for a decent photo of this bird for a long time! This is the Companhia Nacional de Navegacao Aerea (CNNA) HL-8 from Brazil circa 1943.
We have a winner
Is this the same aircraft (Lage HL-8)? It seems somehow different to me.
I would bet it is the same airplane Walter, just modified with the pants and whatever else minor differences. Another rare photo!
Here is another off the beaten path...
where did I put my collection of Argentine Aeronautical Assemblages...
"To some the sky is the limit. To others it is home" anon.
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