Cri-Cri MC-10

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Cri-Cri MC-10 - Photo #1

It was in 1971, when aircraft designer Michel Colomban started work on this small aircraft Cri Cri with two engines. His target was to build small, economis plane with two engines, which would be able to flying also some aerobatic maneuvers. Price of this plane shouldn't exceed 1000 USD, including two engines - these prises are from 1970, of course:-). Constructional works took around 1500 working hours, and than was Cri-Cri plane, which name is after nickname of Michel's daughter, prepared for it's first flight.

Source: flight.cz

The aerobatic Cri-Cri airplane has also bee made into an electric version with zero emissions, see video below.

Specifications

Empty weight:
176 lbs (80 kg)
MTOW:
375 lbs (170 kg)
Stall speed:
39 kts (45 mph) (72 kph)
Cruise speed:
108 kts (124 mph) (200 kph)
VNE:
159 kts (183 mph) (294 kph)
Climb:
591 ft/min (3 m/s)
Take-off distance:
330 ft (101 m)
Landing distance:
495 ft (151 m)
Engine:
2 JPX PUL 212 engines, 15 hp each

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