The Fauvel AV.22 was an unorthodox glider produced in France in the 1950s 60s and 70s. Originally intended to be produced in series it was later marketed to homebuilders. Like other Charles Fauvel designs it was a tailless aircraft and this particular design featured wings with a slight forward sweep. The original AV.22 design was unpowered but later versions were equipped with an engine mounted in the nose for self-launching.
Made by Homebuilt aircraft.