The Stampe SV-4 is a biplane designed for training which was later used for aerobatics. The letters “SV” in its name come from the Belgian engineers Jean Stampe and Maurice Vertongen, designers of this aircraft. Anecdote: The Stampe is not dead! Since the 1980s, it has attracted private pilots who love old planes. In Belgium and France, but also in many other countries, the SV-4s continue to fly. Every year, at the end of July, a competition, the Coupe d'Anjou, brings together Stampe on the aerodrome of Angers-Marcé for a friendly aerobatic competition.
Envergure 8,40 m
Longueur 6,90 m
Hauteur 2,78 m
Stampe & Vertongen
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