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Morane Saulnier/SOCATA Rallye
PZL Koliber

After World War II, Morane Saulnier designed the MS.880 for a government competition.  First flown in 1959, the Rallye won the competition and went into production.

The Rallye was constantly upgraded, first by Morane Saulnier, then by SOCATA when Morane Saulnier became part of that firm.

In the late 1970s, SOCATA licensed the Rallye to PZL of Poland.  PZL named the aircraft Koliber, polish for "Hummingbird"

Specifications (Koliber 150) Designations
Type: General
Engine: one 150 hp Lycoming O-320-E2A piston engine
M.S.880: Morane Saulnier designation
PZL 110: PZL designation
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page updated 30 May 2010



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