It looks very much like a Piper Cub, but apparently is a Rippert. This is the first one built.
Together with F-ZBMG (code 48) in a close formation. Number three, F-ZBFV (code 37) was a little behind. They were training above and in the water of the bay of Cassis, close to Marseille.
Rolled out of the paintshop today. This Q400 is a new type for the airline. Previously it flew for SAS as LN-RDA.
Now sporting a very fancy color scheme.
Only two of these aircraft have been built. It was intended as a VTOL transporter for NATO use, but the project was prematurely terminated. Thie Do-31 is the proud property of the Dornier museum.
Surprisingly a new serial for JP.net, maybe because it is very difficult to photograph in the narrow space of the Dornier museum outdoors collection.
The largest aircraft in the collection of the Dornier museum.