Dassault Flamant

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Dassault Flamant, Basel-Mulhouse Airport - September 1977.jpg
Dassault MD 312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air at Basle-Mulhouse (Euroairport), September 1977
Role Military transport aircraft
Manufacturer Dassault Aviation
First flight 6 July 1947 (MD.315)
Introduction 1948
Retired 1981
Primary users French Air Force
Republic of Vietnam Air Force
Tunisian Air Force
Cambodian Air Force
Number built 325 [1]

The Dassault Flamant is a French military aircraft. It is a twin-engine light transport and training aircraft. The first flight was in 1947 and introduction in 1949. Armée de l'Air was the main operator, but some were used by the Vietnam Air Force in the Vietnam War for transport.

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