This little plane, a CriCri, is actually licensed to fly and is regularly flown. She is called Miss Efficiency and is our mascot. The model was constructed in the Seventies by Michel Colomban and was built from plans and drawings by the developer himself.
This was only possible for the developer because all of the plane’s components were reduced to an absolute minimum without accepting any functional limitations. Despite many improvements in the area of materials alone, the CriCri remains the smallest two-engine airplane in the world even 40 years after her development and generates highly impressive efficiency statistics. If you are interested in more details, the following paragraphs provide additional information about our ” M i s s E f f i c i e n c y “