And below is an even more exciting video of a jet-propelled Cri Cri performing aerobatics:
The 'Cri-cri' ('cricket') was designed in the early 1970s by French aeronautical engineer Michel Colomban.
There are over 100 Cri-cri aircraft around the world (30 in the USA).
Jet Engine: PBS TJ20A /
Thrust: 210N /
Top Speed: 140 knots /
Range: 65-70 nm /
Endurance: 40 min max. /
Fuel Consumption: 1 liter / minute Jet-A1 /
Cost to build: $15,000 to $20,000 USD (Kit)
Filming location: Serpentine Airfield, near Perth, Australia
Also on Flixxy: World's Smallest Twin Engine AircraftCri-Cri Formation Flight
and Electric Cri-Cri Airplane.
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