April 4th 1950
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The D11 was developed in 1950 on the basis of a tender by the French government from the single-seat Jodel D9 , whereby the D9 was enlarged and equipped with the Jodel D10's wings, which were shortened by 50 cm . The prototype of the two-seat sport aircraft with the registration number F-BBBF had its maiden flight on April 4, 1950 . It was powered by a nine-cylinder Salmson 9ADb radial engine with 33 kW output. Licenses for the replica were sold within France as well as Switzerland (to the Uetz company in Speck- Fehraltorf ) and Germany (to the Aero-Flugzeugbau company in Munich-Heimstetten). These replicas differed not only in the engine, but also partly in the structure. The D11A was approved in Germany in 1957.
- D11 - original version with 45 HP Salmson 9Adb engine.
- D111 - D11 with 75 HP Minie 4DC engine, built by Jodel.
- D112 - D11 with 65 HP Continental A65 engine, built by Wassmer (Société Wassmer), SAN ( Société Aéronautique Normande ), Valledeau, Denize and amateur replicas.
- D113 - D11 with 100 HP Continental O-200 -A engine, amateur replica.
- D114 - D11 with 70 HP Minie 4DA.28 engine, amateur replica.
- D115 - D11 with 75 HP Mathis 4-GF-60 engine, amateur replica.
- D116 - D11 with 60 HP Salmson 9ADR engine, amateur replica.
- D117 - D11 with 90 HP Continental C90 engine and modified electrics, 223 pieces built by SAN.
- D117A - D.117 built by Alpavia
- D118 - D11 with 60 HP Walter Mikron II engine, amateur replica.
- D119 - amateur replica D.117
- D1190S - D119 built in Spain by Aero Difusion, 68 built.
- D120 - built by Wassmer called Paris-Nice , 337 units built.
- D121 - D11 with 75 HP Continental A75 engine, amateur replica.
- D122 - D11 with 75 HP Praga engine, amateur replica.
- D123 - D11 with 85 HP Salmson 5AP.01 engine, amateur replica.
- D124 - D11 with 80 HP Salmson 5AQ.01 engine, amateur replica.
- D125 - D11 with 90 hp Kaiser engine, amateur replica.
- D126 - D11 with 85 HP Continental A85 engine, amateur replica.
- D127 - D112 with sliding glazed cockpit cockpit and DR-100 landing gear , built by EAC .
- D128 - D119 with sliding glazed cockpit cockpit and DR-100 landing gear, built by EAC.
- D11 special
- Uetz U2V - D119 with straight wing, built in Switzerland by Walter Uetz Flugzeugbau
- D11 Compostela
- D-112 Popuplane
- D-119 Popuplane
- D-1190S Compostela
|crew||1 + 1|
|Wing area||12.7 m²|
|Empty mass||340 kg|
|Max. Takeoff mass||620 kg|
|Cruising speed||190 km / h|
|Top speed||210 km / h|
|Engines||1 × Continental O-200 with 75 kW|
- FliegerRevue May 2010, pp. 56–59, French flair - kits from next door
- Rolf Wurster, 50 Years of German Motor Aircraft, ISBN 978-3-8311-1854-0