Bulté RB-30 Sport
Two-seat sports aircraft.
The Bulté RB-30 Sport was an elegant Belgian Design, the prototype of which flew for the first time in 1931. A single aircraft owned by Mr. Philippe Quersin and registered OO-ANA, was requisitioned in August 1939 by the Belgian Government to serve together with its pilot as "Avion Estafette" with the Aéronautique Militaire Belge. Quersin, who was a reserve-Lieutenant, was appointed "Cdt de l'Escadrille des Estafettes" and added with his aircraft to the 3° Régiment d'Aéronautique (3 Aé). Unfortunately, the ultimate fate of this aircraft is not known and it was scrapped from the Belgian Civil Register on 1 April 1946 as being lost during the war.