Mauboussin M.200
Type Single seat sportplane
Engine 1 Régnier 4Eo
Dimensions Length 6,92 m , height 2,25 m ,  span 7,28 m , wing area 7,50 m2  ,
Weights Empty 370 kg, loaded 578 kg , max. take off weight  
Performance Max.. speed 285 km/h , cruising speed  , range 1000 km, endurance  , service ceiling 6000 m  , climb
Type Werk.Nr Registration History
The Mauboussin M.200 was a French racing monoplane built by Fouga. The M.200 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane with a fixed tailskid landing gear. It had an enclosed cockpit for a pilot, and was powered by a 115 hp (86 kW) Regnier 4Eo engine. The aircraft first flew on 21 March 1939 and in May 1939 established new FAI records for an aircraft of its class.
The single-engine Mauboussin 200, built at Aire-sur-Adour, made its first flight at Bordeaux-Mérignac on March 21, 1939, driven by Jean- Jacques Lallemant. Transferred to Étampes, the aircraft won the speed record for 100 km for light aircraft on May 6, 1939, at the average of 274,223 km / h. The next day, he won another speed record in his category, with 255.358 km / h over 1000 km. The plane crashed near Saclay early 1940, during the tests conducted at vlllacoublay  . Brought back to Villacoublay, transferred to Bourget . to the Ausbildungswesen der Luftwaffe under command of Major von Eschwege (Responsible for collecting captured Aircraft in good condition