The Arsenal VG 90 was a French carrier based jet engined interceptor developed in the late 1940s.
It was intended to compete for an Aéronavale (French Naval Aviation) contract and first flew in 1949.
It set a speed record for a French aircraft the following year, but both of the completed prototypes were destroyed in fatal crashes and the program was cancelled in 1952 before the third prototype was finished.
The Aéronavale contract was eventually awarded to a license built British aircraft.
The remains of the last VG 90 were scrapped in 1978.
Carrier based fighter with a Rolls-Royce Nene turbojet, two completed.
Production version of the VG 90 with a SNECMA Atar 101 turbojet, one built, but not completed.
Land based version of the VG 90 without folding wings and arrestor hook, project only.