The Fauvel AV.44 was a design for an unorthodox light aircraft produced in France in the 1970s. The work of Charles Fauvel it was based on his pre-war AV.10 and like it was a tailless monoplane with a reverse-delta planform and side-by-side seating in an enclosed cabin. The AV.44 featured considerably more modern aerodyamics and accommodation for two passengers in place of the AV.10's one. Five examples were under construction in 1977.
Made by Homebuilt aircraft.