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The Beecraft Wee Bee was an American ultralight monoplane designed and built by Beecraft Associates. It was described as the world's smallest plane.

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Bee Aviation Associates, Inc. (Beecraft) built three prototype aircraft, designed by William F. "Bill" Chana, at Montgomery Field in San Diego, California. None of the aircraft went into production. The first aircraft built was the Wee Bee in 1948. The Wee Bee is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's ...

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Jun 4, 2012 ... From the archives of the San Diego Air and Space Museum. Please do not use for commercial purposes without permission.

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The founders of Beecraft Associates, Inc., were responsible for the Wee Bee monoplane, which was claimed to be big enough to lift a man yet small enough to  ...

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Beecraft "Wee Bee" United States — single-engine single-seat ultra-light aircraft. Archive Photos. 1948 Beecraft "Wee Bee" (NX90840) replica c.1995 & c.1998 ...

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The world's smallest aeroplane of its day, the Wee Bee (background) was flown by a pilot lying prone on the fuselage. It was designed and built by a group of ...

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The Wee Bee, once the World's smallest and lightest aircraft. The first two are ... Richard Fraser. The Bee Aviation Associates (BeeCraft) Vee- tailed Honey Bee ...

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21, 1948: The Wee-Bee, at the time the world's smallest piloted plane. This Beecraft creation weighed 150 pounds, had no cockpit -- the pilot was strapped to the ...

www.aviastar.org/air/usa/beecraft_honeybee.php

Known originally as Beecraft Associates Inc., this company built the diminutive Wee Bee in 1949, in which the pilot lay in a prone position. It was followed by the  ...

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Known originally as Beecraft Associates Inc., this company built the diminutive Wee Bee in 1949, in which the pilot lay in a prone position.