Cri Cri - World's Smallest Twin Engine Aircraft
The Colomban Cri-Cri ('cricket') is the smallest twin-engined manned
aircraft in the world, designed in the early 1970s by French aeronautical
engineer Michel Colomban. At only 4.9 m (16.1 ft) wingspan and 3.9 m (12.8
ft) length, it is a single-seater.
There are approximately 30 Cri-cri aircraft in airworthy condition in the
U.S. and over 100 around the world as of 2003.
This clip is from our official Classic Fighters 2005 DVD.
400 HP Corvette V8 Engine in a Cessna 172 - experimental
Quiet Aviation has put the convenience, power and reliability of Detroit's
best engineering into a complete package that can be installed in a variety
of experimental aircraft. Visit www.quietaviation.com to learn more about
this unique and groundbreaking aviation technology.
Wild West Aircraft SuperSTOL landing short
Our new Wild West Aircraft/Just Aircraft SuperSTOL playing in the desert,
as it should be! What an amazingly capable and FUN airplane! Contact us
when you are ready for your very own SuperSTOL or Highlander!
Wildwestaircraft dot com.
Flying the TYRO recreational (ultralight) aircraft
Wing mounted camera views of the Australian designed home built TYRO
recreational (ultralight) aircraft. Recorded with a HD camera featuring a
170 degree wide angle lens for spectacular views of the pilot, aircraft and
Kolb Ultralight 1984 - Outrageous Demo Flying at Sun N Fun
Kolb Ultralight. Raw footage of the Kolb Ultralight at the dealer flyin in
with seventy other Vintage Ultralight Aircraft featured in my fully
Narrated feature length DVD "The Golden Age of Ultralight Flyers". Visit
www.VintageUlralightFlyers.com for a description and to order your
WWII Aircraft Engines - Mitchell, Mustang, Tomahawk, Hellcat, Zero, etc.
Enjoy the introductory chorus to some of the most influential aircraft of
WWII, including the P-51 Mustang and Spitfire's Merlin V-12,
Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3's Daimler-Benz 601, BMW-801 powered Fw-190, Pratt &
Whitney R-2800 in a P-47D Thunderbolt and Grumman F6F Hellcat, along with
the Fieseler Storch, Polikarpov I-16 and Po/U-2, and a P&W powered