No. 10024. Dyn'Aero MCR-01 (F-PJEA c/n 80)
Photographed at Nevers, France, July 16, 2005, by Loet Kuipers

Dyn'Aero MCR-01

09/30/2010. Remarks by Walter van Tilborg: "MCR-01 stood for Michel Colomban and Robin No.01, as it was a design of Michel Colomban (well-known by the Cri-Cri) and was marketed by Dyn'Aero SA, founded by Christophe Robin, son of the also well-known Pierre Robin.

The MCR-01 was in essence a composite construction development of the metal MC-100 of Michel Colomban. The first MCR-01 flew in July 1996 and had an 80 hp Rotax 912A engine. The MCR-01 became very popular among amateur constructors and several variants are available, the pictured F-PJEA was built in 2000."

Created September 30, 2010