You may know our paper airplanes offer. Complete your collection with the last origami made: the Ouragan!
The end of the Second World War gave France the opportunity to demonstrate its know-how in terms of engines. This aircraft’s first drawings came out in October 1947. Reviving the standards of the Bloch aircraft from 1936 to 1940, and drawing on experience gained on the MB 150 series of fighters and its derivatives, the small Dassault team designed the simplest airframe possible: a small aircraft, light, inexpensive and as effective as the engine would allow.
The first production-standard aircraft Ouragan flew at Mérignac on December 20, 1951, piloted by Kostia Rozanoff. The first Air Force unit to be equipped with the aircraft was, in November 1952, the 12th Cambrai Wing. This was the Air Force’ first jet aircraft to be designed and produced in France. For two years (1955 and 1956), the Ouragan was the aircraft of the Patrouille de France aerobatics.
Rediscover this emblematic aircraft in its paper form. Get your best pair of scissors and adhesive glue. Cut, fold, glue!