PZL Mielec M-21 Dromader Mini
Two prototypes of the scaled-down reduced-capacity M-21 Dromader Mini were flown, the first, 5P-PDM, powered by a 447kW P.Z.L.-3S engine on 18 June 1982 followed by the second, fitted with a geared PZL-3SR 599 hp version.
The aircraft had no centre wing section and the span was reduced to 14.51 metres and the length to 9.48 metres.
Although the type was provisionally certificated, no production has followed. Both examples of the M-21 were withdrawn in June 1990.
The even smaller Dromader Mikro, proposed in 1982, did not proceed further.
Engine: A PZL-35R radial, 599 hp
Wing span: 14.51m