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English: A Robin DR400-160 Major in flight, immatriculé F-GOVQ, from the aero club of Annecy Haute Savoie. Picture taken from another aircraft near Brest, France, in July 2002.
Français : Un avion Robin DR400-160 Major en pleine action, immatriculé F-GOVQ, de l'aéro-club d'Annecy Haute Savoie. La photo a été prise d’avion, du côté de Brest, en France, en juillet 2002.
Source Image from the french Wikipedia article: DR400
Author Didier Halatre


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current18:16, 7 March 2006Thumbnail for version as of 18:16, 7 March 2006520 × 379 (31 KB)Chile1853~commonswikiRobin DR400 en pleine action - (c) 2002, Didier Halatre, sous licence GNU FDL. ---- La photo a été prise d'avion, du côté de Brest en juillet 2002. L'avion est le F-GVOQ, DR400-160 Major de l'aéro-club d'Annecy. Image fr
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