Cirro Stratus (oz4950)


Cirro Stratus (oz4950) by Emmanuel Fillon 1943 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Le Cirro Stratus. Glider model, 1480mm span.

Note this design was first published by Aero Sport in 1943. Then later appeared in MRA, Dec 1955.

Quote: "Hi Steve, Here is another plan that may be of interest to you: the Cirro Stratus designed by Emmanuel Fillon. Designed in 1942 when French modeller flew gliders because rubber was scarce. Regards"

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Update 25/8/2023 Replaced this plan with a clearer scan, much easier to read, thanks to oadarmorenargoat. As posted on RCGroups at

Supplementary file notes

Previous scan version (MRA).


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Cirro Stratus (oz4950) by Emmanuel Fillon 1943 - model pic

  • (oz4950)
    Cirro Stratus
    by Emmanuel Fillon
    from Aero Sport, MRA
    59in span
    Glider F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 18/10/2013
    Filesize: 1283KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: PaulBizard, oadarmorenargoat
    Downloads: 3477

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User comments

The plan that is here is an original plan from 1943 published by Aero sport; Plan prior to that of MRA (1953) ;-)
olivier - 27/08/2023
Got it. Aero Sport first, then MRA later.
SteveWMD - 27/08/2023
Good grief, the "previous" version is a nightmare :)
Miguel - 27/08/2023
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