The smallest jet ever?

It was five metres long, made of wood and only took a month to build. Key.Aero celebrates the tiny but mighty Pa 49 Katy 

Tailless aircraft are not as uncommon as you might think. Modern day technology benefits from the design greatly – just think of the Vulcan and the B-2 Stealth bomber. Most delta-wing aircraft are tailless (meaning the absence of a separate horizontal stabiliser), but in early jet designs, it wasn’t that common.  

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