Just Fight’s Robin DR400

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The DR400 is manufactured by the Robin Aircraft Company, situated in Darois (Burgundy) France; formerly known as Centre-Est Aéronautique, Avions Pierre Robin and Apex Aircraft. It’s an aircraft with a long and distinguished history that began over 60 years ago, when Pierre Robin and Jean Delemontez created the first aircraft to stands for Delemontez-Robin. 

This was the DR100, a derivative of the Jodel D.10 project that featured the now instantly recognisable cranked wing design and was fitted with a conventional (for that era) tail-dragging landing gear. Then in 1967, Robin introduced the DR253 Regent, the first aircraft to feature the modern tricycle landing gear which became standard for all the models that followed.

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