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Avions Pierre Robin was formed by Pierre Robin and Jean Délémontez, the principal designer of Jodel aircraft, in October 1957 as Centre Est Aeronautique. It began manufacturing aircraft at Dijon-Darois. The first aircraft was the 'Jodel Robin', which later became the DR100 model (Jodel's models all had D followed by a number). Robin and Délémontez continued to upgrade the design between 1957 and 1972. The DR100 range was succeeded by the DR200 range. The Robin DR400 first flew in 1972 and is still in production. The DR aircraft have the 'cranked wing' configuration, in which the dihedral angle of the outer wing is much greater than the inboard, a configuration which they share with Jodel aircraft. The Robin HR200 had a different designer, Chris Heintz, and is fully metallic unlike the wooden DR series. It is a light aerobatic aircraft aimed at flight training. The Robin R2000 series was developed from the HR200 and is now produced by Alpha Aviation. Avions Robin was acquired by Apex Aircraft of France in 1988. The range of Robin DR400 aircraft continues to be manufactured at Dijon-Darois. Since 2004 the Robin R2000 range of aircraft is manufactured in Hamilton, New Zealand by Alpha Aviation as the Alpha 2000.
G-BBMB Robin DR-400-180 Regent Robin DR-400-180 Regent landing at RAF Fairford.
D-FEAC Robin DR400/180R Remo 180 D-FEAC Robin DR400/180R Remo 180 at Aachen-Merzbrück airfield
PH-SVN Robin R2160 Rotterdam airport PH-SVN Robin R2160 Rotterdam airport
Robin DR253B D-EJBD Single prop light aeroplane Robin DR253B D-EJBD. Avions Robin was a French manufacturer of light a...
Robin DR400-180R Remorqueur This is a wooden sport monoplane DR400-180 built by Avions Pierre Robin. This is the R Remorqueur v...
Robin DR-400-160 Rotterdam airport A Robin DR-400-160 seen here flying above Rotterdam airport.
Robin DR-400 in excellent condition This is OO-VZZ Robin DR400-180R on Weelde airfield. Registration OO-VZZ
Single engine Robin DR-400 sport aeroplane A 1979 Robin DR-400 seen here at Weelde airfield, Belgium. Registration OO-NTB
Robin 2160 taxies in Photographed at the Gothenburg City Airport Fly-in on 29 May 2009. Owned by the Chalmers Flying Clu...
Robin DR 315 D-EDSS 4-seat light aircraft photographed at the Borås Air Show on 16 August 2009. Tricycle landing gear ...
Robin flight school Teuge A Robin DR400/140B plane with registration PH-JFK from the Flight school Teuge. The Robin DR400 i...
Robin DR400/160 in flight A Robin DR400/160 with registration PH-SVQ flying above Teuge airfield The Netherlands.

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