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1989 - First flight of the Bell-Boeing V-22A

Our latest featured aircraft for March is the Guimbal Cabri G2 .

Attribution

The Cabri G2 is a two seat helicopter designed for both the training role and personal use. The over-arching design was by Bruno Guimbal, a former Eurocopter engineer who created the company.

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