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ⓘ Alaparma Baldo


Alaparma Baldo
                                     

ⓘ Alaparma Baldo

The Alaparma Baldo was an unusual two-seat light monoplane produced in Italy shortly after World War II. Designed by Adriano Mantelli, it featured an egg-shaped fuselage with cabin doors that hinged upwards and to the back. The conventional tailplane with single fin and rudder was carried on twin booms, either side of a pusher engine installation. The undercarriage consisted of a single mainwheel under the fuselage pod, a small tailwheel not far behind it, and outrigger wheels on the wingtips.

                                     
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  • Alaparma was an Italian aircraft manufacturer of the immediate post - World War II period. It was founded in 1945 by designer Capt Adriano Mantelli and Livio
  • 1913 6 May 1995 was an Italian aircraft designer who designed the Alaparma Baldo In 1929 Mantelli competed in flying competitions with aircraft that
  • for ULL and experimental aeroplanes. Aerolab LoCamp Avia BH - 1 replica Alaparma Baldo Avions Fairey Belfair Avions Fairey Junior B F Fk131 Bucker Jungmann
  • May 2019. Airbus A340 Airfleets.net. Retrieved 22 May 2019. Alaparma A.M. 75 Baldo all - aereo.com. Retrieved 22 May 2019. T - 346A Aeronautica Militare
  • Aircraft Corp, San Antonio, TX Alamo 1929 Biplane see also Mantelli Alaparma Baldo Alaparma Tucano Lavigne Albar, Mount Pleasant, MI Albar Albarian Albar
  • built Akaflieg Stuttgart FS - 28 Avispa 1972 2 seat transport, 1 built Alaparma Baldo 1949 1 seat, ca.35 built Anderson Greenwood AG - 14 1950 2 seats, 6 built

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