James Bond's BD-5J - World's Smallest Jet Plane
Featured in the James Bond flick "Octopussy", the Bede BD-5J is the world's smallest jet aircraft.
Bond gets out of a scrape in OCTOPUSSY using the nifty Acrostar ”Bede” Jet.
Crew: one pilot
Length: 12 ft to 13.5 ft w/stretch kits (3.88 m to 4.11 m)
Wingspan: 14 ft to 21 ft 6 in (4.26 m to 6.55 m)
Height: 5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
Empty weight: 358 lb and up (178 kg)
Loaded weight: 700 lb to 1100 lb (340 kg to 530 kg)
Max takeoff weight: 1100 lb (530 kg)
Maximum speed: 300+ mph (500 km/h) jet
Range: 300+ miles (500 km) jet
Service ceiling: 23,000 ft (7,010 m)
Rate of climb: 4,000 ft/min (1,219 m/min)
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