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Bloch MB 220
1
F-AOHA
Aircraft delivered to the French state. It will be destroyed by accident on 3 March 1940 when it hit the Mont Saint Amand, in the Vaucluse during a Paris-Marseille flight in difficult weather conditions. The 3 crew members are killed.
Bloch MB 220
2
F-AOHB
D-AXWJ
D-AUAH
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Gascogne". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943.
Bloch MB 220
3
F-AOHC
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Guyenne". It will be seized by Free French Forces in North Africa and will make connections Alger-Bne-Tunis.After the war, it will equiped with Engine Wright Cyclone and will become an MB221
Bloch MB 220
4
F-AOHD
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Auvergne". It will be seized by Free French Forces in North Africa and will make connections Alger-Bne-Tunis. After the war, it will equiped with Engine Wright Cyclone and will become an MB221
Bloch MB 220
5
F-AOHE
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Auris". It will be seized by Free French Forces in North Africa and will make connections Alger-Bne-Tunis. After the war, it will equiped with Engine Wright Cyclone and will become an MB221
Bloch MB 220
6
F-AOHF
D-AXWD
D-AKGD
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Saintonge". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943. After the war, it will equiped with Engine Wright Cyclone and will become an MB221
Bloch MB 220
7
F-AOHG
D-AXWH
D-AUAI
D-AKAI
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Flandre". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943.
Bloch MB 220
8
F-AOHH
D-AXWA
D-AKGA
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Savoie". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943.
Bloch MB 220
9
F-AOHI
D-AXWE
D-AKGF
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Berry". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943.
Bloch MB 220
10
F-AOHJ
D-AXWF
D-AKGE
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Poitou". Edouard Daladier used this aircraft for his trip to Munich in November 1938, when he signed with Chamberlain the Munich agreements, leaving Czechoslovakia to Hitler.
Bloch MB 220
11
F-AQNK
D-AXWB
D-AKGB
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Anjou". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943.
Bloch MB 220
12
F-AQNL
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Languedoc".
Bloch MB 220
13
F-AQNM
D-AXWC
D-AKGC
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Provence". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943. After the war, it will equiped with Engine Wright Cyclone and will become an MB221
Bloch MB 220
14
F-AQNN
D-AXWI
D-AUAJ
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Champagne". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943. After the war, it will equiped with Engine Wright Cyclone and will become an MB221
Bloch MB 220
15
F-AQNO
D-AXWK
D-AUAK
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Alsace". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943.
Bloch MB 220
16
F-AQNP
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Lorraine".
Bloch MB 220
17
F-ARIQ
D-AXWG
D-AUAL
Aircraft delivered to Air France. Nicknamed "Roussillon". It will be sold to Lufthansa in 1943.