An Absolute Failure

This Week’s Hints to help you along:

  • Designed to replace a venerable, well-used type.
  • Outlasted by the plane it was designed to replace.
  • Named after a demon because of the noise it produced.
  • A single engine jet for low altitude work — too noisy for the job.
  • Holds the ignoble title of the world’s slowest jet.

So do you know what this aircraft is?




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12 thoughts on “An Absolute Failure

  1. John Hunton says:

    It is a Russian PZL M-15 Belphegor jet powered agricultural airplane.

  2. Vitaly says:

    This is a jet plane M-15 Melec (USSR-Polska) for agriculture

  3. Kevin W says:

    PZL M-15 Belphegor made in Poland during the 1970’s

  4. John Verstraeten says:

    PZL M-15 Belphegor

    Keep up the good work – I like reading your posts.


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