The smallest monoplane ever



WORLD'S SMALLEST MONOPLANE
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What is the world's smallest monoplane?


There may be smaller monoplanes around but the smallest to have ever flown is the Baby Bird.

This tiny monoplane measures 11 feet long or 3.35 meters with a wingspan of 6 feet 3 inches or 1.91 meters and weighs in at 252 pounds or 114.3 kilograms.

The Baby Bird was designed and created by Donald R. Stits of the United States. It is powered by a two-cylinder Hirth engine. It can reach top speeds of 110 mph or 177 km/h.

The smallest monoplane ever

The smallest monoplane ever

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