SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon

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SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon
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SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon from the French Air Force academy.
Role Training aircraft
National origin France.
Manufacturer SOCATA
First flight 1979
Introduction 1984
Status Active
Primary user French Air Force.

The SOCATA TB-30 Epsilon is a military training light aircraft designed and built by SOCATA in Tarbes, France. With one engine and a crew of two, teacher and student, it looks like many other training aircraft. It is used by France, Portugal, Senegal, and Togo.

Bibliography[change | change source]

  • Moeng, Sophearith (1998). Vital guide to military Aircraft. Airlife publishing. ISBN 1 85310 537 6.