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Credit is always given if the photographer is known. Since starting the list below in early 2000, I have received stories and/or multiple pictures for a few aircraft in the list. If you are the copyright holder of one of the pictures and want me to give credit to you or remove the picture, please e-mail me. Because it is difficult to accommodate that much information in a single table row, I have decided to create individual pages for aircraft for which there is a lot of interesting information and/or pictures available. These pages are accessible through a link to the serial number in the following table, i.e. The instrument panel is still original, but added with a Bendix/King KX155 720 channel radio, an Bendix/King KT76A transponder with alticode, a Trimble GPS, markers, and a 4 place voice activated intercom.
Due to the size of the table contained on this page (approx. Formatting of the table takes quite long with Netscape but works rather fast with Microsoft Internet Explorer :-( I have made an attempt to find information on all the Jodel DR.100 series aircraft ever built. The right-hand gear failed at its attachment point to the wing, bending to an angle of approximately 45 and the right wing came to rest on the runway. ex F-BJUE (03/1961-12/1973), OO-VDV (12/1973- ), G-IOSO (-). First flight in Belgium under registration OO-VDV on 8 December 1973 at Moorsele Airfield, Belgium where it was flying until March 2000. Aircraft sold 05 April 2000 to Alan Jackson in the UK, to be re-registered G-IOSO.
This information was collected from a variety of sources and its accuracy cannot always be verified. Damage was sustained by a number of wing ribs and the attachment bracket for the aileron cable in the right wing." ex F-BJRB, D-EJRB, SE-XGC. Found in a listing of X-class aircraft in Sweden on a page of EAA Chapter 222. Was at Epinal RSA Meeting in 1999 (Picture by Sren Andersen). from Air-Britain News - UK Register: First registered in the UK as G-IOSO on .
I would also be very happy to hear from present and past owners of DR.100 series aircraft - perhaps even get photos from different years and interesting tidbits of information. The aircraft was at one time owned by Rainer Messerschmidt from Göppingen, Germany, together with some other pilots.
Current DR.100 series aircraft owners -- please let me know if you're flying or restoring and send me photos if you have them. DW: Re-registered 10/1993.: News from the owners: The aircraft is still registered in France, but owned by Joanne, Jörg and Ekkehard in an area of Germany called Rheinhessen. : Uwe Malter supplied the first photo of D-EDNF taken summer 1998 at Rerik-Zweedorf (EDCR), Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
For sale since on Bruno Spagnoli: TT 2500 hours, very good Dacron covering, VHF 720 cx, intercom.
One of the numerous little details in the story of the DR100 series! Picture from Wayne Kilner's Jodel Picture Gallery, taken 27 August 2000 at the Castelnau (France) Fly-In. This aircraft has always been private and hangared, and never had an accident. Info and picture supplied 6 August and 6 September 2000 by Dave Thomas, who is also the owner of the remaining parts of the aircraft, which he is using for his own project (see entry for s/n 871). Underlined registration numbers link to photos of the aircraft if available. : Added picture supplied by Tony Smith showing s/n 46 with its new registration G-IOSO on at Sibsey, UK. If the name of the owner is underlined, this indicates that the owner can be reached by e-mail. : Additional picture supplied by Wayne Kilner, taken at Cranfield, UK in June 2002. I assume that this is the first aircraft that was built with the 100 hp Continental O-200, as this aircraft is shown on the picture, but the registration is not visible. ), but at least registration, serial number and last known status are now on hand for most of the 634 production aircraft and a few dozen homebuilt aircraft. For destroyed/scrapped aircraft, reason for the accident and its location would be interesting. Now the work goes more in the direction of getting current information and a photo about each aircraft (where still possible), i. So again - if you can add any detail at all to any of the aircraft listed here - please send me an e-mail! S.: All pictures linked to in the following table were taken from other websites, submitted by Jodel-owners, taken by myself or in rare occasions scanned from magazines. A day after that, David Wise offered to send me his DR.100 series production list (which I gladly accepted, thanks David! Then finally in early November, Robin Sauvary sent a list which he had compiled together with his friend David Wise some years ago. : Aircraft was at Popham in April 1997 (see picture). : New info from the owner, Chris Joly: "Now back in the air again with C of A valid until April 2006." Chris also offered the his new address displayed above. From Julian Carter 10 July 2000: "The aircraft stopped flying in 1969 due to failure of the glue joints in the wing.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating