Category:Société Avions Jodel

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English: Société Avions Jodel is a French aircraft company started in 1946 by Édouard Joly and his son-in-law Jean Délémontez. Jodel designed a range of light aeroplanes shortly after the Second World War. The popular myth is that the two, with no formal aerodynamics training, set about designing a single-seat aircraft with some spare plywood and a small Poinsard aircraft engine. The result was the 1948 D9 Bébé (Baby) model.
Français : Les Jodel sont des avions de tourisme monomoteurs français. Le nom Jodel vient de deux hommes : Édouard Joly, pilote, constructeur amateur, agriculteur de son état, Jo, et son gendre, Jean Délémontez, mécanicien avion, ingénieur autodidacte, del.


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