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Max Holste M.H.250



A 17-seat light commuter airliner, known as the M.H.250 Super Broussard started in 1957. The prototype of the MH250, powered by two Pratt & Whitney Wasp-1830 piston engines, flew first on 20 May 1959. It was soon realised that turboprops should be employed and further development resulted in the MH260 (Nord 260) with enlarged fuselage and powered by Turboméca Bastan turboprops.

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