Cooperative des Ateliers Aeronautiques de la Region Parisienne initially specialized in modification and repairs. Began manufacture of components for sailplanes under license, and in 1965 contracted from Scintex-Aviation to produce Super Emeraude light aircraft. Prototype only of C.P.100 two-seat version of Emeraude was built. CAARP became associated with Avions Mudry et Cie in manufacture of CAP 10 and 20 aerobatic aircraft in the early 1970s, being responsible for building of CAP 20 and fuselages for CAP 10. Final assembly of the latter was undertaken by Mudry at Berney, the companies being merged in 1978.

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