The “Mircea Cantacuzino” School of Aviation
The “Mircea Cantacuzino” School of Aviation was originally an informal entity, as from 1 June 1930 to work as an association, created in 1928 by Mircea Cantacuzino and other aviation enthusiasts in order to develop an institutional platform ment tp promote air tourism in Romania.
The school operated until 1940, and ended its activity when Romania entered the Second World War. All School graduates were mobilized, most becoming martyrs of air fronts from the Nistru and the Carpathians.
Even if he had a short life, this initiative remains a landmark in the history of tourism aviation in Romania undeniable providing examples of pioneering, courage, initiative, innovation and trust in a better world.
In this section of the site we invite you to discover the school through its founders, prominent students, annual reports or read about airplanes used.
In this category you are invited to grasp more details about the founders of the “Mircea Cantacuzino” School of Aviation, their outstanding results in aviation and peculiarities on their lives.
Learn about the aeroplanes used by the members of the school from who flew them to the technical specification about the planes.
In this section you can find references to documents the school maintained and used.