|Crash site||Alicante, Spain|
|Airline||CGEA (Compagnie Generale d’Entreprises Aeronautiques)|
|Aircraft||Breguet-Latécoère 14 – F-AEEP|
|Route||Casablanca – Alicante – Barcelona – Toulouse|
Not much information about the crash of this flying boat is known.
On final approach to Alicante, Spain the plane hit the roof of a house and crashed in flames.
A small part of the mail was recovered and transported from Alicante to Toulouse, France by the ship S/S Chili. After processing in Toulouse the mail was forwarded to the recipients in French service covers with a special label attached. Both the service covers and labels can be found in different types.
Only one Nordic item is known.
Mail found in the debris of the mail plane which burned at Alicante 11 December 1925.
Examples of mail
|Cover from Morocco postmarked CASABLANCA 9 12 25 to Copenhagen, Denmark. The cover was forwarded from TOULOUSE GARE 23 12 25 in a French service cover type No 10-2 with crash label type A-a.|