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Messerschmitt Bf108 Taifun
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The Messerschmitt Bf 108 Taifun est un avion quadriplace monomoteur développé par Willy Messerschmitt, ingénieur en chef de la BFW (Bayerische Flugzeugwerke) à Augsburg en Allemagne. Le surnom de Taifun (typhon) fut donné par l’aviatrice allemande Elly Beinhorn, lors de son raid Gleiwitz-Berlin-Istanbul le 13 août 1935.
It was not until 1936 that the success arrives for the Bf 108 chosen by the Luftwaffe as air binding. By following a few businesses use as a business jet, and individuals are beating records making the headlines. Seven aircraft are produced in Augsburg in 1936, and then production is relocated and resumed at Regensburg in 1938 (175 aircraft). The Bf 108 was used during the Second world War by the Luftwaffe as air transport and liaison staff, as well as many other countries. The end of 1940, Messerschmitt began to develop a new version called D-1 optimized for the uses of the Luftwaffe, it goes into production in the autumn of 1941. Between 1934 and 1942 529 Me-108 will be built in Germany. From 1941 studies are undertaken to develop a modernized version, with a train tricycle, retractable. This evolution called Me 208 will not be produced because of the situation of Germany at that time.
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