Jodel G-AYLC


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G-AYLC (Serial Number 536) was originally built by Centre Est Aeronautique (CEA) at Dijon in 1964 as a Jodel DR1051 Sicile, with a Potez 105 hp engine installed.

Following storm damage due to a collapsed hangar, the aircraft was later rebuilt by Earl Trollope and Tim Dews with a 115hp Lycoming O-235 engine and a modified wing.  The wing modification replaced the original airbrake with two position trailing edge simple flaps. These modifications further improved the aircraft's characteristics as a strip machine, and she is now identified as a Jodel 1051 Special.

(Photo: Dave Smith)

G-AYLC returning from France on 4 Sep 2004, about to make landfall in the UK along the coast between Folkestone and Hythe. 

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