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So Deltafan and me worked out a list, that probably isn’t complete, but contains

all designations,we could find.

The designs designated “SP. xxx” were worked out in collaboration with Robert

Sauvage, so aren’t “pure” Payen designs, as are the AP designs, as the “A”

stands for Emile Aubrun. What's still puzzling, are the different designations,

“Pa” and “P”, as we can’t see any relation between the numbers, although they

seem to be used during the same period. Maybe the P-designated designs were

more or less concepts, and only the Pa’s more detailed projecst ?

Or is it just an error in the sources ? Maybe there wasn’t an “official” designation

at all ? Some sources just use, for example the designation “Payen 100”, without

any short form.

Apart from several sources like Cunys "Les Avions Des Combat",

and sites like http://home.att.net/~dannysoar2 and http://museedelta.free.fr ,

our special thanks to Tophe, Hesham and boxkite .

SP.190 : 1932, design for a single engined, light transport/medevac

for 2 crew, 6 stretchers

SP.23 O : ? , wind tunnel model only

SP.240 : 1931, design for a single engined, light transport/medevac

for 1 crew, 1 stretcher

SP-25 : design for the Coupe Deutsch 1933, two engines combined in "I" form (?)

SP-26 : design derivative of the SP-25, one engine, become the Pa-100

SP.260 :1933, first project for a delta canard, retractable landing gear

SP.261 :1933, derived from the SP.260, with fixed gear

BP.1 : 1932, design for a two seats flying wing with one (40 or 75hp) pusher prop

NRP.260 : early designation of the Pa-100R

P.2 : 1933, design for a one seat light aircraft, high trapezoid wing, single engine

(20 hp), built from wood

Pa.100 :1933, delta canard, retractable single wheel, designed for a

Régnier engine

Pa.100R : design developed from the Pa-101, with two Melot ramjet engines

Pa.101 :1934, Pa.100 with a G & R 7KD Titan Major radial engine

Pa.110 : 1936 ?, follow-on project to the Pa.100

Pa.112C1:1938, twin engined fighter (contra props), based on the

Pa.100, mock-up built

AP.10 :1935, small flying wing with 25/27hp, later 40hp engine

AP.12 : , larger single engined flying wing, enclosed cockpit , side by side

seats, one 40/50hp engine

Pa.268 : 1933, first study of the later Pa-22

Pa.22/1R: 1935, design for a Pa-22 with a Melot ram jet

Pa.22 :1939, Pa.22/R1 redesigned and built with a Régnier 6B-01 engine

Pa.22 V5 : designation of the modified PA-22 prototype, first flight on

18th October 1941

Pa.22/3 : design derivative of the Pa-22 with three seats

Pa.22/4 : design derivative of the Pa-22, two seats, the 2 fins are at the tips

of the delta wing, one 220 hp engine

Pa.22/6 : design derivative ot the Pa-22 with larger canards

Pa.22/7 : 1942, design derivative of the Pa-22, with folding canards

(model built for a frenche movie - Retour de flamme - in 1942 [empty]

Pa.22D : 1948, design derivative of the Pa-22 with reversed (or inverted ?) canards

Pa.222 : design derivative of the Pa-22, two seats

Pa.225 : design for the Coupe Deutsch 1939, derivative of the Pa-22, 380/400 hp engine

Pa.240GR (grand raid) : , design derivative of the Pa-22, 315 hp engine

Pa.26 : 1946, design for flyable car/roadable aircraft

PM.30A: design developed from the Pa.22 [empty]

Pa.400 : 1938 : design submitted for Mitsubishi, shipboard fighter bomber

P.200 : 1938: design for a twin engined sports aircraft (contra props)

P.310CB:1937: design for a twin engined fighter bomber (contra props)

Pa.320P : 1936, design, 500 hp, 4 (?) engines

P.321AC:1935: design for a four engined heavy fighter/light bomber (two

nacelles with contra props)

P.323AC3: ?: design probably similar to P.321AC, which is said to have

been derived from it

Pa.330: , design for a delta canard

P.340TP:1937, design for a twin engined transport (contra props)

P.350CD:1934, design for a twin engined racing aircraft (contra props)

P.360PT:1941, design for twin fuselage, twin engined transport

Pa.361: , design for a twin engined canard with long range

Pa.430CV : 1938, design for a racing aircraft, 2 x 650 hp 14 M engines(contra props)

Pa.42/1: , designs for twin boom, twin engined transports with two 300hp engines

Pa.42/5: , designs for twin boom transport with detachable cargo hold, 3 engines

one of them driving the wheels for ground handling.

Pa.46/1 : design for "Fléchair" with Mélot jet engine

Pa.46/2-8: design for versions of the 46/1

Pa.46/13 : design for twin-engined amphibian canard

Pa.46/16 : design for 2-seat touring aircraft

Pa.46/400/410: design for 4-seat touring aircraft

Pa.47 :1950, single engined high wing sports aircraft

Pa.47/3 : , derivative of Pa-47 with tricycle landing gear

Pa.48/3 : , design for a delta wing interceptor, one 2270 kgp Nene jet engine

Pa.48/5 (K50/77) : design for a derivative of the Pa-48/3 with two seats, one piston

engine and pusher prop

Pa.48/6 (K50/78) : single seat derivative of the Pa-48/5

Pa.49 : 1952, small delta wing, jet powered experimental aircraft

Pa.49/2: (or 492 ?) single seat derivative of Pa.49

Pa.49/5: (or 495 ?) twin seat derivative of Pa.49

Pa.50B: , designfor a glider with 4 SNECMA pulsejet engines

Pa.51 : 1956, design for a single engined, high wing, tri-cycle agricultural

aircraft ("Les Ailes", 1956 ?)

Pa.56 : , Fouga-Payen design for a delta wing trainer

Pa.562 : , derivative of the Pa-56, using 70% of the parts of the Fouga-Magister

Pa.57 : , design for a flying wing with two seats, two engines and two fins

Pa.59 : 1954, design for a delta wing tail sitter interceptor

Pa.60 : 1963 , delta wing, 3 (?)-seat touring aircraft, fixed landing gear, 105hp

Hirth engine

Pa.61B : , modified Pa.60,

Pa.61F : 1963, delta wing, 3 (?)-seat touring aircraft, fixed landing gear, 180hp

Lycoming engine, a very similar aircraft was offered for the german market

as "Pa.81"

Pa.61 G : , design derivative of the Pa.61 F with retractable canards

Pa.61 H : , design derivative of the Pa.61 F and G with two 160 kp side by side jet engines

Pa.61O : , design for a 4 seats derivative of the Pa.61, one 200 hp engine

Pa.62 : , design probably similar to Pa.61 with ducted prop

Pa.64 :1955 , flying saucer, powered by one Marboré engine (sometimes designated

as Pa.61)

Pa.65 : , design for flyable car/roadable aircraft, straight wing, twin

boom layout .Maybe other designation Pa.26 ?

Pa.71 : , design for a delta wing racing aircraft with 100hp Continental

engine

Pa.120 : 1940, other designation for the AP-12 flying wing designt

Pa.140 (or K60) : , design probably similar to the Pa.141 (or K.60 B)

Pa.141: , design for a twin boom, single engined pusher prop mid wing aircraft

Pa.149: , design for a two seat derivative of the Pa.49 with two Palas jet engines

Pa.150:1943, design for a twin boom, single engined pusher prop, high wing flying boat

Pa.161 : , delta wing design with canards

Pa.171: 1992, design derivative of Pa.71 ,studied in 1992 with Pa.49 wing

and "rotax" engine

Pa.190 : , twin engined, design probably similar to the Pa-150

PAM-10 : 1959, unfinished (?) flying wing with canards with two engines and three fins.

Pa.240 H : , twin engined, design probably similar to the Pa-150

Pa.249: , design with with retractable landing gear and built in composite

Pa.349: , design for an UAV to watch over woods. Take off on a vehicle and landing

with parachute

Pa.370 : , design probably similar to the Pa-360

Pa.445 : , design probably similar to the Pa-360

Pa.600: , design for a twin engined, twin boom, high wing transport aircraft