Max Holste, the founder of Reims Aviation, built his first aircraft in 1931, a light two-seater aircraft called the SHB1. In 1946 he started his own aircraft company in the town of Reims, France. In the 1950s two new models were designed, in 1950 the Broussard MH1521 and in 1959 the Super Broussard MH260. In 1960 a cooperative agreement was signed with Cessna to produce light aircraft for the European market. The company was officially born as Reims Aviation in 1962, mainly producing the F172 Reims Rocket, a more powerful version of the Cessna 172. In 1989 Reims Aviation bought back all the shares held by Cessna and became a private French aircraft manufacturer. Production of the single engined airplanes was halted, and only the F406 remains in production.
Reims F 152
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Reims F172G PH-KRI
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