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Edit Did You Know? This flight was therefore thoroughly illegal.
Worse still, Saint-Germain did not have a helicopter pilot license at the time. Inspectors from the Department of Transport ordered him to end his test flights. They added that it was illegal to use a homebuilt helicopter in Canada.
Short of cash, Saint-Germain had to sell his prototype. He presented his prototype that had yet to fly to the pilots and homebuilders who attended the edition of the EAA Annual Convention and Fly-In, at Oshkosh, Wisconsin. You may remember, or not, that the Raz-Mut ultralight had been presented to this crowd of aviation enthusiasts in An inspector from Transport Canada, the renamed Department of Transport, since around , ordered him to end his test flights.
Saint-Germain sold his prototype and two related patents to an unidentified Japanese company around The author of these lines cannot say whether or not the inventor completed a prototype of this helicopter fitted with miniature jet engines mounted at the end of the two rotor blades. This being said, Saint-Germain built at least three different types of engines.
By the way, Transport Canada granted the first Canadian registration for a homebuilt helicopter in June , to a two seat machine of American design, a Rotorway Exec made by Russell E.