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Talleres Nacionales De Construcciones Aeronauticas Quetzalcoatl

The National Aviation Shops, direction of which had been taken over by Angel Lascurain y Osio, continued to produce small series of aeroplanes of indigenous design, among which was the Toloche parasol fighter monoplane powered by a Gnome rotary, the Quetzalcoatl with a BMW engine, the Mexico parasol trainer and the Sonora low-wing training monoplane. The Avro 504K Mk II trainer was built in series as the Anahuac. More than 50 Anahuac trainers were manufactured by the Balbuena factory, these remaining the principal equipment of the Military Aviation School until 1930.

 

 


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