École nationale d'aérotechnique
Here a Learjet 35 among a Piper Cherokee, a DiamondAir Katana 100 fuselage and a Cessna 150H.
In the choppers hangar, let's begin with the bizarre ones like this miniature models used to learn and experiment the commands and understand their effects on various mechanisms.
Students are also assembling this Schweizer 269 with spare parts.
The assembly in the last picture on the right is a Bell 212 cutaway view (not much left to the imagination...).
Don't think this collection is nothing compared to what you saw in the planes hangars. Rather, let's continue our visit of the helicopters hangar. I think you will see partnerships in action again.
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