Thursday, December 7, 2017

An inverted V-tail design plane

A Curious F3F plane seen in 2004 at the viking race in Rügen. This plane belongs to Fritz Kristoffersen from Norway. Fritz was inspired by the swallows when he designed this curious plane.
Because of its shape, landing must be done inverted. I remember Fritz has a mixer he could activate to reverse the ailerons. I don't think I could even fly this plane. I'm already confused only looking at it...

1 comment:

  1. Inverted V-Tail such like some drones... Franck Aguerre designed for our club an electric tug with the same principle. Unfortunatly the project has some difficulties for starting, but i'm sure it's a good usual for Franck...;o)) Papy Solex


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