The Colomban Cri Cri is the world’s smallest, twin engined aircraft. It has three versions, one of which having been fitted with jet engines. The Cri Cri was created by aeronautical engineer, Michel Colomban and was named after one of his daughters, Christine. It features a low wing, a bubble type cockpit and fixed tricycle landing gear. It was first manufactured in 1970 in France.
But Adam… Why should this be added?
Yes. I can hear you - and I shall supply an answer.
The Cri Cri is a small, ultralight aircraft, which is something we don’t have in Infinite Flight as of yet. Not only that, but it would create some diversity within the Infinite Flight fleet and allow the user to enjoy a much simpler way of flying.
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Thanks for your interest! A vote would be greatly appreciated, but if you don’t one available, feel free to comment your thoughts on this absolutely majestic aircraft.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s a cool aircraft, but I don’t think it’s necessary in IF. People tend to go for the faster planes with stronger engines and long range, so the Colomban Cri Cri with an ineffective range of 311 nms and a cruising speed of 100 knots probably wouldn’t be very popular in the days after its release. Seeing how unpopular other prop planes like the spitfire and SR22 are, I don’t think IF would need this in the near future.
On the other hand, adding this plane would come with its benefits. Its small size would make it compatible for flying into small and undiscovered airfields. The short range would encourage airport hopping, which would also lead to smaller airports getting more attention. Its light weight would also be helpful in VAs, which could use them in training exercises. On top of that, its weaker engines and slower speeds would be helpful in sightseeing flights around difficult terrain.