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Built as c/n.249, and later becoming MM.6197, this aircraft was operated by the Croat Air Force as '''No.3505''', before being captured by partisans.
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Built as c/n.249, and later becoming MM.6197, this aircraft was operated by the Croat Air Force as '''No.3505''', before being captured by partisans. The aircraft is now in storage at the Aeronautical Museum Belgarde in Belgrade, Serbia, adjacent to Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport.
 
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Latest revision as of 19:36, 20 March 2021

History[]

Built as c/n.249, and later becoming MM.6197, this aircraft was operated by the Croat Air Force as No.3505, before being captured by partisans. The aircraft is now in storage at the Aeronautical Museum Belgarde in Belgrade, Serbia, adjacent to Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport.