Tiny electric plane unveiled

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A tiny electric powered plane, said to be the smallest twin-engine aircraft in the world, has taken flight at the Paris Air Show.

Pilot, Hugues Duval, dazzled spectators with a demonstration flight, in the "Cri-Cri".

The plane can reach speeds of up to 260km/h (160mph).

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