The core team of the project team consists of five people: Nicolas, Thomas, Jean-François, Alexandre and Claude.
Nicolas is a technician in automotive equipment and pursues engineering studies. He is a licensed private airplane pilot, theoretical instructor at the club, webmaster of the club’s website and member of the flight safety committee of the club. He created the website specific to the Zulu Sierra project and has written much of its content. He is also involved in the technical work.
Thomas is a student engineer and is a licensed private pilot, Ultralight and glider. In the project, he is our main coordinator: he is the interface with the Board of the club, deals with the crowdfunding, the bank account of the project and the follow-up of the orders. He gives the helping hand on technical work as far as he can.
Jean-François runs a workshop in automotive mechanics. He is a licensed aircraft pilot and is the interface with the professionals who help us in the project. He is the one who has found the people of the different competencies necessary for the restoration of the aircraft in compliance with the rules of the art and with certification. Member of the club’s Board, he is the “Geo Trouvetou” of the team and it interfaces with the DSAC. He is the mechanical referent of the project.
Alexandre is in training to become a professional pilot and is a licensed private pilot aircraft and ULM. In the project, Alexandre is our expert for all the delicate work on wood, he takes care of the technical works … as well as the creation of the patch and other goodies with Claude. It is also the one who created the video presentation of the project.
Claude is an engineer in aeronautics. He is a flight instructor for aircraft and for sailplanes. He is also a licensed Ultralight pilot. In the project, Claude takes care of planning, goodies, writing articles posted on the website and contacts with cartoonists. He is, along with Thomas, the interface between the Board of the club and the team.