THE latest production of the Potez factory at Méaulte is a high‐wing cabin monoplane of mixed construction. The thick wing of the new machine is built into the top of the fuselage, and is nearly rectangular in plan, with rounded ends. It is externally braced on either side by oblique V‐struts, extending from the outer sections of the wing to the lower longerons of the fuselage, and is constructed of wooden box spars and spruce ribs with fabric covering.
(1930), "The Cabin Monoplane in France: The 600 Horse‐power Hispano‐engined Potez 38 has Accommodation for Eight Passengers", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 2 No. 6, pp. 159-159. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029282Download as .RIS
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