| Modesto Madariaga|
| 12 January 1904
Corral de Almaguer, Spain (1904-01-12) |
Took part in the historic flight of the Cuatro Vientos from Seville, Spain to Camaguey, Cuba on 10–11 June 1933
June 4, 1974, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Modesto Madariaga Wikipedia
Modesto Madariaga (12 January 1904, in Corral de Almaguer, Spain - 4 June 1974, in Buenos Aires, Argentina) 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 (local time) 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.