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How can a colleague dare to build the smallest flying airplane in the whole wide open sky? and then jumps down Main Street's high-five freaks (ok, we're just estimating the last part). Ray Stuits sent the baby sky with Robert H. Starr at the helm into the skies in 1952 and deserved the Guinness word records for the creation of the "smallest airplane in the world", a records that would last until 1984, when Starr himself constructed the Hummelbude II and the uzurpierten Stuits.
Get into the single-seater Cri-Cri, which happens to be the smallest electrical aircraft in the can. By July 2015, a Franco pilots was the first who crossed the Channel in an electrical aircraft while at the wheel of this evil one. One could say he went to chalk for the Cri-Cri (we immediately deplore this wit, but we leave it in anyway.) There's no room for a single passanger or much of anything else in the tiny Cri-Cri-Cri - but that shouldn't stop an experienced driver from trying!
It is also one of the smallest aircraft in the whole hemisphere. This glider comes in a set that you can build yourself (adhesive strip not supplied, nor is it advised to hold the wing in place). And if you are looking for small luxurious airliners (for which we applaud), try the Cessna Citation Mustang.
Featuring two dashboard and four front seat passengers, this small, light aircraft is almost 41 ft long. There is a full grain trim on the one-pilot aircraft and there is even a toilet on the aircraft. The adventure -seeking pilots and sophisticated travellers can experience some of the smallest planes in the can. Hey, if you're really ready for the challenges, you can even try to make the world's smallest airplane yourself.