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Max Holste

Max Holste was a French aeronautical engineer and founder in 1933 of Avions Max Holste, an aircraft manufacturing company in Reims, France (now Reims Aviation). Following the end of the Second World War the company concentrated on the design of a 2-seat light training/touring aircraft, the Max Holste MH.52., which first flew in 1945. The company went on to develop the MH.1521 Broussard. Max Holste was also one of the lead engineers of the Embraer Bandeirante project.
Max Holste M.H.1521 Broussard built 1956 N110TX Max Holste M.H.1521 "Broussard", 1956, S/N P010.. Photo @ Minter Fld., CA. Apr. 24-1987.
Max Holste MH-1521M Broussard F-GIBN Photographed at La Ferte Alais on 14 May 2005. The Max Holste 1521 was developed from the earlier M...
315-SQ As you know I am easily confused, so how about this high wing military aeroplane with the mark 315-S...
Max Holste Broussard in Le Bourget. It's seen here at Paris Air Show 2011. Registration : F-GGKI Photos of other Broussards:

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