Tag: French

Dassault Rafale | scale

French jet aircraft. Function: multirole fighter Manufacturer: Dassault Aviation Produced: 1986 – Wingspan: 10,9 m Lenght: 15,27 m Max. takeoff weight: 24500 kg Max. speed: 1912 km/h Engine: 2x Snecma M88-4e turbofans, 50.04 kN thrust each dry, 75 kN with afterburner Wingspan: 0,66 m Lenght: 1 m Ducted fan: 64mm EDF Battery: 3S LiPol 1800mAh

Dassault Mirage 2000 | scale

French jet aircraft. Function: multirole fighter Manufacturer: Dassault Aviation Produced: 1978 – 2007 Wingspan: 9,13 m Lenght: 14,36 m Max. takeoff weight: 17000 kg Max. speed: 2336 km/h Engine: SNECMA M53-P2 afterburning turbofan engine, 64.3 kN thrust dry, 95.1 kN with afterburner Scale aircraft Dassault Mirage 2000-5 Ducted fan: 90mm EDF Battery: 6S LiPol

Bloch MB.80 | scale

French single-engine aircraft. Function: flying air ambulance, prototype Manufacturer: Marcle Bloch Produced: 1932 Wingspan: 12,59 m Lenght: 8,4 m Max. takeoff weight: Max. speed: 188 km/h Engine: Salmson 9Nd 9-cyl. air-cooled radial piston engine, 128 kW Scale aircraft, scratch build Wingspan: 2,85 m Engine: ASP FS400AR Four Stroke 5 Cylinder Glow Engine Propeller: Fiala 23×8″

Morane-Saulnier N | scale

French monoplane Function: fighter Manufacturer: Aéroplanes Morane-Saulnier Produced: 1914 – Wingspan: 8,15 m Lenght: 5,83 m Max. takeoff weight: 444 kg Max. speed: 144 km/h Engine: Le Rhône 9C 9-cylinder air-cooled rotary engine, 60 kW Scale aircraft, scratch build Wingspan: 3,1 m Lenght: 1,96 m Takeoff weight: 16 kg Engine: MVVS 80 cc gas engine

Druine Turbulent | scale

French low-wing open-cockpit aircraft. Function: sport and personal ultra-light plane Manufacturer: homebuild, designer Roger Druine Produced: 1951 – Wingspan: 6,53 m Lenght: 5,3 m Max. takeoff weight: 281 kg Max. speed: 201 km/h Engine: Scale aircraft, scratch build Wingspan: 1,6 m Takeoff weight: 2,66 kg Engine: Mega ACn22/45/3 Battery: 4S LiPol 4000mAh

Blériot XI | scale

French airplane. The first example was used by Louis Blériot to make the first flight across the English Channel in a heavier-than-air aircraft, on 25 July 1909. Function: tourer, trainer, military Manufacturer: Louis Blériot Produced: 1909 – Wingspan: 7,79 m Lenght: 7,62 m Max. takeoff weight: Max. speed: 75 km/h Engine: Anzani 3-cyl. air-cooled fan-style radial piston engine, 19 kW Scale aircraft, scratch build Wingspan: 3,95 m Takeoff weight: 20 kg Engine: 111cc DLE111 gas engine

Avia 40P | scale

French allwood one-seat glider. Function: aviation clubs, performance glider Manufacturer: Avia (Ateliers vosgiens d’industrie aéronautique) Produced: 1935 – Wingspan: 14,9 m Lenght: 6,8 m Max. takeoff weight: 250 kg Max. speed: Descent speed: 0,75 m/s Scale glider, scratch build Wingspan: 4,3 m Takeoff weight: 6,8 kg Engine: XPower XC5030/14 LS Battery: 6S LiPol

Nieuport 12

French two-seat biplane. Function: fighter, reconnaissance, trainer Manufacturer: Nieuport Produced: 1915 – 1918 Wingspan: 9 m Lenght: 7,1 m Max. takeoff weight: 825 kg Max. speed: 146 km/h Engine: Clerget 9Z 9 cylinder air-cooled rotary engine, 82 kW Replica, reg. OK-JUD 4

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