The Plane was only seen in "Cool Hand Ed." Edd was forced to build it to escape from school by Eddy. The plane was constructed mainly out of a locker and other junk collected around their school. The engine was a fan motor inside a trash can and was quite powerful for its size. It had a maximum speed of approximately 30 mph, much slower than most real aircraft. It should be noted that the plane was one of the few aircraft built that actually worked.

It was meant to carry Edd, Eddy, Ed, and Jonny back to the Cul-de-sac. An alarm bell rang, signaling that the boys were found out to be ditching class, forcing an early takeoff. Although it managed to fly at first, despite Edd insisting it was incomplete, it only contained three seats. In addition, there was too much weight, resulting in Jonny being ejected to keep the plane airborne. The plane crashed into the school and was destroyed when Edd's sweater got caught on a branch, since he was hanging on to the end of the tail fin, and the plane was propelled backwards. However, after they crashed into the school, the dismissal bell rang. Therefore, the Eds would have only skipped the last few seconds of school.

Construction Items

  • Locker (Body)
  • Two Locker Doors (Wings)
  • Tuba (Tail Section)
  • Fan Propeller (Propulsion)
  • Fan Motor (Engine)
  • Trash Can (Nose)
  • Two Chairs (Front Seats)
  • Plywood Pieces (Air Foils)
  • Stopwatch (Controlling Piece)
  • Calculator (Starting Control)
  • Light Bulbs (Lighting Controls)
  • Soda Can (Lever Piece)
  • Clock (Control)
  • Cardboard Pieces (Pieces for the Controlling Section)
  • Pillow (Back Seat)
  • Bottle Caps (Buttons)
  • Traffic Cones (Wheel Sights)
  • Trophy (Central Nose)
  • Jogging Pants (Tail)
  • Several glass pieces (Windshield)
  • Hose (Seat Belt)
  • Silverware (Controls)
  • Globe (Radar)
  • Hockey Stick (Tail Section)
  • Ruler (Lever)
  • Various Junk (Plane Pieces)


  • There is a traditional air force roundel painted on the side of the plane. Is appears to be a combination of the Royal Air Force roundel and the French Air Force roundel.
  • When the plane crashes into the school, it gets completely destroyed, but the impact leaves the school almost intact. A plane of similar size would cause a considerably larger amount of damage to the building, suggesting that this plane is either not massive enough to cause major damage, or was shoddily built.
  • The plane, with its narrow undercarriage, small windscreen, trapezoidal, thin wings and round cowling, bears a resemblance to the German Messerschmitt Bf 109. The fact that it was very light as it did not damage the building is possibly another resemblance to the lightweight aircraft from WWII. Also, it is of note the fact that the aircraft was able to climb and gain speed at a very steep angle, even with four passengers. The Bf 109 was renowned for its rate of climb.
  • Another WWII reference is the Berlin-style air-raid siren that warned the Eds that they were caught.