Compagnie Frangaise d'Aviation established at Billancourt in late 1930s to build a version of prewar Salmson Cri- Cri. Developed also a postwar variant, the D-7 Cri-Cri Major two-seat high-wing cabin monoplane. Only a few built; superseded by prototypes of D57 Phryganet (first flight 7 November 1950) of similar general layout and D21T-4 Super Phryganet (first flown July 30,1951). All three designedly Paul J. Deville of Salmson.

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