Jodel D-150 Mascaret
Baujahr / Built in:


Pilot oder Besitzer / Pilot or owner:

Jean-Jacques Marion, Les Ailes Historiques du Rhin

Stationiert in / Stationed in:

Haguenau LFSH

Motor / Engine:

Continental O-200-A
Leistung / Performance:

100 hp
Abmessungen / Measurement:

- Length: 6,30 m - Wingspan : 8,15 m

Max. Abfluggewicht / Max. takeoff weight:

720 kg

Weitere Informationen / More information

The D150 Mascaret was intended to be the successor of the D11 series. The two seater design, which was created by Delemontez for the S.A.N. factories in Normandie, leaned heavily on the DR1050. The wing was narrowed a little and the fuselage was shortened. A new tailplane construction with a two piece vertical and one piece horizontal tailplane was used. This tail was later adopted by the DR1050 series and in still in use today on the brand new Robin DR500.The D150 design proved successfull, even though only 61 of the breed were produced at S.A.N. in Bernay. The fact that more than 61 are flying today can be explained by its popularity among homebuilders. S.A.B. is still selling plans and even kits for homebuilding.Monsieur Delemontez himself used a D150 for personal transportation. Of all the models, he said, this was his favourite. It is often considered the Rolls Royce among Jodels. Rolls Royce as it may be though, S.A.N. decided to market it at a lower price than the 3/4 seater DR1050. This despite the fact that it didn't cost less to build. In fact, S.A.N. lost money on every D150 that was produced. Among other things, this was what in the end lead them into bankrupcy.Like the DR1050 / 1051, the Mascaret is also fitted with either a Continental O-200 or a Potez 4E20 engine. The latter model being desgnated D150 A.