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Claude LESCURE, the designer of the CL02 project was an airline pilot, captain and instructor at Air France on Boeing and Airbus. He ended his professional career on the A 380 after more than 20,000 flight hours. He is also a pilot, instructor and examiner on microlight aircraft with approximately 2,500 flight hours as well as an instructor pilot and examiner on certified light helicopters and microlight helicopters with approximately 2,800 pilot flight hours and 800 flight instruction hours.


Its CL02 project follows the construction, from kits and under the CNSK regime, of two other small helicopters: The Safari and the Rotorway.


The CL02 was imagined by Claude LESCURE in the early 2010s and matured for more than 5 years thanks to his skills acquired as an EASA Part 66 mechanic.

His knowledge of light helicopters led him to research to transform his Robinson R22 into a class 6 ULM helicopter and allow a greater number of people to practice helicopter flight.


This project was also born thanks to the people competent in their field who helped him to carry out his project and who, from near or far, participated in the construction of the CL02  by their advice or physical help.






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