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The smallest monoplane ever flown is the Baby Bird, designed and built by America's Donald R Stits. It is 3.35-m (11-ft) long, with a wingspan of 1.91-m (6-ft 3-in), and weighs 114.3 kg (252 lb) when empty.
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