P 16 FFA Swisse
The FFA P-16 was a Swiss prototype ground attack jet fighter designed in the 1950s by Flug- und Fahrzeugwerke AG to replace the piston-engined types then in service with the Swiss Air Force. The project was terminated in favour of the British-built Hawker Hunter before it was introduced into service.
First flight 25 April 1955
Number built 5
The P-16 was Switzerland's second attempt to develop a domestically-designed and manufactured jet fighter, after the EFW N-20.
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