Junior Pilot (oz11137)


Junior Pilot (oz11137) from DMI 1971 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Junior Pilot. Control line stunt trainer model.

Quote: "Hej, I dont have print wood for the ribs. Date 1971, the designer unknown (to me). Regards, Karsten"

Note instructions text (on reverse) is printed in 3 languages: Danish, English, German.

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Update 12/05/2019: Added scan of ribs printwood, thanks to SigurdHMaehle.

Supplementary file notes

Instructions, 1 page.


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Junior Pilot (oz11137) from DMI 1971 - model pic

  • (oz11137)
    Junior Pilot
    from DMI (ref:2000)
    22in span
    IC C/L
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 27/04/2019
    Filesize: 564KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KarstenLundeHansen, SigurdHMaehle

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User comments

This was my very first C/L model! I built it during my Christmas holiday in 1975 but it was very difficult to learn flying without help. I finally succeeded in the summer of 1979. No aerobatics, only level flight using full tank of fuel, but this was the beginning.
Mikko - 31/10/2020
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  • Junior Pilot (oz11137)
  • Plan File Filesize: 564KB Filename: Junior_Pilot_CL_oz11137.pdf
  • Supplement Filesize: 611KB Filename: Junior_Pilot_CL_oz11137_instructions.pdf
  • Supplement Filesize: 160KB Filename: Junior_Pilot_CL_oz11137_ribs.pdf
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