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Dewoitine D338
01
F-AOZA
Aircraft delivered to Air France. He is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Clemence-Isaure". He made his first commercial link on 13 July 1936 on the Paris-Lyon-Marseille route. After being stored at Francazal, the aircraft was requisitioned by the Air Force, and in 1941 participated in the airlift to supply the Vichy troops during the fighting of the Levant. Stored again in the metropolis, it was destroyed at the beginning of April 1944 by an allied bombardment;
Dewoitine D338
1
F-AQBA
Aircraft delivered to Air France in November 1937. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Saigon". It will fly the opening of the Marseille-Hanoi line in January 1938. It is requisitioned by the Air Force. On July 7, 1940, the aircraft was shot down by a Japanese zero on a flight between Hanoi and Fort Bayard.
Dewoitine D338
2
F-AQBB
Aircraft delivered to Air France in November 1937. It will be destroyed by accident on March 23, 1938 during a Toulouse-Casablanca-Dakar flight. It hits the Pyrenees near Corsavy (Pyrenees Orientales): there will be no survivors (5 passengers and 3 crew members)
Dewoitine D338
3
F-AQBC
D-ASPQ
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Lyon". It is r equisitionned by the Air Force. In February 1943, it is part of the D338 sent to Germany for use by Lufthansa. It flew seems rather small under the German colors and its trace disappears.
Dewoitine D338
4
F-AQBD
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Beyrouth". He was assigned to the Marseille-Hanoi line in 1938. It is requisitioned by the Air Force. In July 1941, the aircraft was seized by the British and handed over to the FAFL, which would assign it to the military airlines in Damascus.
Dewoitine D338
5
F-AQBE
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Lille". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
6
F-AQBF
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Strasbourg" then "Ville de Vientiane". He was assigned to the Marseille-Hanoi line in 1938. It is requisitioned by the Air Force. The aircraft will be destroyed in Beirut.
Dewoitine D338
7
F-AQBG
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville d'Angoulème" then "Ville de Damas". He was assigned to the Marseille-Hanoi line in 1938. It is requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
8
F-AQBH
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Viile de Dijon" then "Ville de Hanoi". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
9
F-AQBI
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Metz". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
10
F-AQBJ
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based at Le Bourget and is nicknamed "Ville de Calcutta". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
11
F-AQBK
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Marignane and is nicknamed "Ville de Rouen". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
12
F-AQBL
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville d'Orléans". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
13
F-AQBM
D-AYWT
D-AUAM
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Reims". Requisitioned by the Air Force, it is donated to Air France afterwards. On February 1, 1943, Lufthansa signed a lease agreement for 8 D-338s. The Germans, skeptical about the flying qualities of the Dewoitine 338, wanted to fly performance. It is No. 13 D-AYWT (then D-AUAN by Lufthansa) which is conveyed to Berlin on April 14, 1943 to be presented in flight. The French pilots made an unconvincing demonstration on May 29, 1943 to dissuade the Germans from using the Dewoitine. Air France will never recover its aircraft.
Dewoitine D338
14
F-AQBN
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Toulouse and is nicknamed "Ville de Grenoble". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
15
F-AQBO
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville d'Angers". Requisitioned by the Air Force, he participated in the Levant campaign in 1941. The aircraft was destroyed on the ground by a bombardment of the RAF on 9 July.
Dewoitine D338
16
F-AQBP
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Clermont-Ferrand" then "Ville de Baghdad". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
17
F-AQBQ
D-AUAU
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Toulouse and is nicknamed "Ville de Tours". It is requisitioned by the Air Force. In February 1943, he was one of the D338 sent to Germany for use by Lufthansa. It flew seems rather small under the German colors and its trace disappears.
Dewoitine D338
18
F-AQBR
T-170
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Buenos Aires and is nicknamed "Ville de Pau". In March 1939, the aircraft was transferred to Argentina to replace the D333 Dewoitine on the Natal-Buenos Aires line. After the Armistice of June 1940, under pressure from the United States, the aircraft was seized on the spot by the authorities and ended its career with the Argentine Military Transport Aviation based in Palomar.
Dewoitine D338
19
F-AQBS
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Poitiers". Requisitioned by the Air Force. The aircraft was damaged by a ground attack of the Allied aviation on the Aleppo-Nerib airfield on July 9, and was destroyed two days later in another air attack.
Dewoitine D338
20
F-AQBT
T-171
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Chartres". In March 1939, the aircraft was transferred to Argentina to replace the D333 Dewoitine on the Natal-Buenos Aires line. After the Armistice of June 1940, under pressure from the United States, the aircraft was seized on the spot by the authorities and ended its career with the Argentine Military Transport Aviation based in Palomar.
Dewoitine D338
21
R244
F-ARTC
Assigned to the SALC in February 1940. (Long-Haul Aircraft Section). It will be donated to Air France.
Dewoitine D338
22
R245
F-ARTD
Assigned to the SALC in February 1940. (Long-Haul Aircraft Section). It will be donated to Air France. The aircraft was shot down at Ousitreham on 10 June 1940 by anti-aircraft fire of unknown origin.
Dewoitine D338
23
F-ARIA
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Nantes". He was requisitioned by the Air Force and participated in the Levant campaign in 1941. The aircraft was burned down and destroyed in Aleppo on 30 June following an allied air attack.
Dewoitine D338
24
F-ARIB
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Marignane and is nicknamed "Ville de Bangkok". It is requisitioned by the Air Force. After the war, this aircraft was taken into account by the Air France mechanics training center in Vilgenis before being scrapped.
Dewoitine D338
25
F-ARIC
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Marignane and is nicknamed "Ville de Marignane". Following a frost, the aircraft crashed on May 2, 1939 near Marrakech. There will be no survivors. (6 passengers and 3 crew members)
Dewoitine D338
26
F-ARID
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Marignane and is nicknamed "Ville de Hong Kong". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
27
F-ARIE
FL-ARI
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Paris". Requisitioned by the Air Force. On July 13, 1941, the aircraft suffered an engine failure, returning to the Aleppo field where it was seized by the British and handed over to the FAFL, who would assign it to the Military Airlines in Damascus
Dewoitine D338
28
F-ARIF
D-AZAT
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Bordeaux". Requisitioned by the Air Force, he participated in the Campaign of the Levant in 1941. On July 13, 1940, he escaped from the Aleppo ground so as not to fall into the hands of F.A.F.L and landed in Athens. The Germans blocked him a time on this ground before allowing him to join Istres. In February 1943, it was part of the D338 sent to Germany for use by Lufthansa. It flew seems rather small under the German colors and its trace disappears.
Dewoitine D338
29
F-ARIG
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Strasbourg". Requisitioned by the Air Force.
Dewoitine D338
30
F-ARIH
Aircraft delivered to Air France. It is based in Paris and is nicknamed "Ville de Karachi". Requisitioned by the Air Force.