Modesto Madariaga

Male, Person

1904 –

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Who is Modesto Madariaga?

Modesto Madariaga was a Spanish aviation mechanic.

In 1933, he was the mechanic accompanying Mariano Barberán and Lieutenant Joaquín Collar Serra when they flew the Cuatro Vientos, a Br.19 TF Super Bidon built specially for this flight, from Spain to Cuba. The flight, which took 39 hours and 55 minutes, departed Seville on at 4:40 on 10 June 1933 and arrived in Camagüey at 20:45 on 11 June 1933, after a flight of 7320 km.

The plane departed for Mexico City on 20 June 1933, without Madariaga on board and disappeared in flight; it was last sighted in the vicinity of Villahermosa, Mexico. No trace of the plane or of its occupants was subsequently found.

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Born
1904
Corral de Almaguer

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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