The SIPA Antilope was a single-engined low-wing monoplane developed in France in the early 1960’s. It was one of the first light aircraft developed especially for the use of a turboprop engine. It first flew in 1962 and development was completed in 1966 without attracting any orders. The expense of the type meant that the military were the only likely customers.

With only the single example produced (which still survives in a Museum at Montpelier-Mediterranee Airport), it is unlikely a definitive flight manual was ever produced. (If anyone else has one, please contact us). This title contains four manufacturer’s brochures or specifications for the SIPA 250 Antilope. The files have been scanned from the original documents and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Manufacturer’s Specification for the SIPA 251 dated 11 January 1963 with approx. 41 pages. In the French language.
  • Manufacturer’s Specification for the role equipment of the SIPA 251 in the military role, undated with approx. 20 pages. In the French and English languages.
  • Manufacturer’s Brochure for the SIPA 251 Antilope,  undated with approx. 4 pages. In the French language.
  • Industrie Aeronautique Francaise data sheet for the SIPA 251 Antilope dated May 1963 with 2 pages. In the French language.