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|The sole Poullin JP.30 after retirement, up-ended on its nose, in use as an advertising feature at Guyancourt airfield, Paris, in June 1963.|
|Role||single-seat agricultural aircraft|
|First flight||15 August 1952|
The JP.30 was specified for agricultural use including crop-spraying. The powerplant was a Continental C-90 of 90 hp (67 kW). It was a single-seat high-wing monoplane with a fixed tailwheel undercarriage.
After several years agricultural service, the aircraft, F-WGIR, was retired and used as an advertising feature for the former Bar de l'Escadrille at Guyancourt airfield to the west of Paris, where it was last noted in June 1963.
Data from www.aviafrance.com
- Crew: 1
- Length: 6.06 m ( ft in)
- Wingspan: 10.00 m ( ft in)
- Height: 2.1 m ( ft in)
- Empty weight: 445 kg ( lb)
- Gross weight: 695 kg ( lb)
- Maximum speed: 140 km/h ( mph)
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