Title: Dassault Super Mystere

The Super Mystere was developed from the Mystere IV but using the Snecma Atar engine and a new thinner wing. It was the first Western European aircraft to achieve horizontal supersonic flight and production deliveries took place between 1957 and 1959. The Super Mystere was also used by the Indian and Israeli Air Forces.

To maximise value, this title contains an unusual flight manual for the Super Mystere as produced by the Israelis for examples they re-engined with the J52 engine, plus the Armee de L’Air flight manual for the Dassault Mystere IV.  The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Flight Manual for the Super Mystere B2, as re-engined with the J52 engine by the Israeli Air Force, and supplied to the El Salvadorean Air Force.  Undated with approx 145 pages. (In English.)
  • Armament Manual for the same aircraft, Undated with approx 171 pages.
  • Armee de l’Air Manuel Pilote for the Mystere IVA (in the French language). There are two separate volumes to this manual:
    Textes – UCC 103-01-1 dated Dec 70, with approx 125 pages of the flight manual text.
    Planches – UCC 103-01-2 dated Dec 70, with approx 182 pages of illustrations to accompany the text volume.