Fauvel AV.36 / AV.45
Страна: Франция
Год: 1951
Планер

Single -seat sailplane for competition, cloud and training (lying
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Fauvel AV.361, AV.45/AV.451 and AV.222 (France)
  Single-seat general-purpose sailplane, single-seat tailless motor glider and two-seat motor glider respectively, plans of which are available to amateur constructors.
The A V.36 was the most successful of all the tail-less gliders designed by Charles Fauvel. First flight took place on New Year’s Day 1952, and 50 aircraft in kit form were eventually produced by Wassmer Aviation. Later, numerous sets of plans were sold to homebuilders. Illustrated is a Canadian-built A V.36.
Fauvel AV.361 single-seat sailplane operated by the Aero Club of Dinan
Fauvel AV.45 single-seat self-launching sailplane
Fauvel AV.45.