In late 1995 Filip Lambert, a student at the College of Aeronautics, Cranfield, UK, was named one of three joint winners of the Royal Aeronautical Society Light Aircraft Design Competition with his Mission M212-100, described below. The prototype was fabricated in Belgium with the assistance of Steven Lambert and the intention of undertaking test flying at Koksijde air force base. No decision has yet been announced as to where production will take place.


This company was established to produce the Masquito M80 ultralight helicopter, four prototypes of which have been completed. Production deliveries were due to begin in early 2004, with production deliveries of aircraft to JAR-VLR in late 2004.


Formerly Triloader Aircraft Corporation NV, which at one time intended to develop the Clark-Norman Triloader. Wolfsberg Aircraft Corporation NV is now developing the Raven 257 small multirole aircraft.
The prototype programme was managed un the Czech Republic by Wolfsberg-Evektor, construction being Letov Air for the wing and Evektor-Aerotechnik for the remainder. The prototype flew on 28 July 2000. In September 2000 the whole programme was transferred by Wolfsberg Aircraft, Belgium, to its wholly owned subsidiary Letov Air (now called Wolfsberg Letecka Tovarna) in Prague. After major management reorganisation at Wolfsberg Letecka Tovarna, development continues. Construction and certification is carried out by a subsidiary company in Czech Republic; marketing is from Belgium.