Spain. AISA I-11B
The I-11B was a two seat utility aircraft designed by spanish company Iberavia and produced by AISA. The first flight was in 1951 and the last unit was manufactured in 1957. The Ejercito del Aire (Spain Air Force) ordered almost two hundred for basic training, but disliked of the aircraft and the I-11B was used at liaison. In 1967 - 1967 the surviving aircrafts was transfered at fliyng clubs.
The AISA I-115, basic trainer of the Ejército del Aire in the sixties, was a I-11B development with two seats in tandem.
The I-11B was very small at was nicknamed "Vespa" (for the italian scooter) or "Peque" (little girl).
Many units are preserved in fliyng conditions, in museum, fundations or fliyng clubs.