Alas Argentinas: Reflejo De Un Pais
From The Internet Movie Plane Database
Claudio Fantini (Himself)
Ricardo Burzaco (Himself)
Sara Luperi (Herself)
Raul Magallanes (Himself)
Norberto Morchio (Himself)
Eduardo Abril (Himself)
The documentary tells the story of the first military aircraft factory in South America, located in the city of Cordoba, Argentina. His achievements came to compete on equal terms with other U.S. and Europe. With careful research, there is provided:-The actual relationship that existed between Peronism and aeronautics. -The arrival of German engineers controversial players in the highly developed aviation in the Nazi state during World War II. The causes of the destruction of aeronautical development in 1955 after the fall of the Peronist regime in the hands of a military coup. And the ironic intention to revive the industry during the last military dictatorship, which marked the darkest period of the country. The documentary sheds light on this story, which is a perfect correlation with the same country in a state of permanent cycles discontinued.
Avro license-built. First aircraft produced by Argentine Dirección General de Aerotécnica.
Dewoitine license-built produced by Argentine Dirección General de Aerotécnica.
Focke-Wulf license-built produced by FMA-Fábrica Militar de Aviones.
Observation plane, built in 1934 by Argentine Dirección General de Aerotécnica.
Curtiss license-built produced by FMA-Fábrica Militar de Aviones, with simplified fixed landing gear intended for rough-field operations and ease of maintenance.
Produced by Instituto Aerotécnico in 1943.
I.Ae. 22 DL
Produced by Instituto Aerotécnico in 1944. Though looking like the North American T-6, it was a 100% Argentine industry development. 200 aircraft produced.
Civil tourism aircraft prototype. First national design of Dirección General de Aerotécnica in 1931.
FMA I.Ae.24 Calquín
FMA I.Ae.35 Huanquero
Focke-Wulf Ta 183
Never built due to end of WWII. The project will be a base for development of Argentine FMA I.A.33 Pulqui II after the war.
FMA I.Ae.37 and Avro 688 Tudor
Supersonic delta-wing interceptor, designed by Reimar Horten. Glider, unpowered prototype only presented in 1954. On the right background, a Avro 688 Tudor.
FMA I.A.27 Pulqui
Designed by Emile Dewoitine, well known in the French aviation industry before World War II. Maiden flight in 1947, it was the first jet aircraft built by south-american aircraft industry.
FMA I.A.33 Pulqui II
It was designed by a team headed by Germany's brilliant Dr Kurt Tank , the project embodied some of the results of the advanced research carried out in Germany during World War II with Focke-Wulf Ta 183.
Morane-Saulnier license built by FMA.
FMA I.A.38 Naranjero
Experimental cargo aircraft designed by German engineer Reimar Horten.
Transport aircraft project. Never built.
FMA I.A.58 Pucará
FMA I.A.63 Pampa