Het lijkt een Celera 500L te zijn, eigendom van Otto Aviation Group.
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The registration also provides us with a designation for this mystery
plane—the Celera 500L. It is the only aircraft registered by the
company with the FAA. The War Zone contacted the Otto Aviation Group
by phone and they said they could not comment on the aircraft in any
This new high resolution image shows the rear of the airframe, which
is the perfect companion photo to the lower resolution, front aspect
image that we posted last April. We can now clearly see the five
bladed, variable pitch, "pusher" propeller that will provide thrust.
The airframe also features what appears to be all-moving vertical and
horizontal stabilizers, and long, slender wings that are likely
optimized for laminar flow.
The Bell X-1 like teardrop fuselage design, which includes a cockpit
windscreen seamlessly blended into the fuselage, gives the aircraft a
large internal volume and high aerodynamic efficiency. It's safe to
say that efficiency is what this aircraft is primarily about. Even the
prop size looks small in relation to the overall aircraft, which would
point to the possibility that it makes very good use out of the thrust
it has on hand.