Friday, 10 May 2019

The FLYING FLEA

THE STAR - August 31, 1935
The FLYING FLEA is a light aeroplane invented by the Frenchman, M. Henri Mignet. It costs about £70 - cheaper than the smallest car and it is claimed to be almost crash-proof. There is only one control, operating on wings and rudder.
The FLYING FLEA can rise to 1 000 feet, shut off his 8 h.p.motor cycle engine, and descend comfortably and safely like a parachute.

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