The history of the aircraft began in the 1990s, when the aircraft type was first termed CORA, an aerodynamically powered two-seat ultralight aircraft, a high-wing plane with front-engine, two seats one beside the other, and tail surfaces of T-type.
There were two versions of the CORA aircraft. The first one called Legato, at which the wings are rectangular in their middle parts and trapezoidal in their outward parts, whereby the wing flap is placed in the rectangular part. The other version called Allegro with rectangular wings, with a small wing along the entire span; this small wing also works as a wing flap, called a flaperon.
This airraft took off for the first time in the year 1995, and in 1996 it received a type certificate, issued by the Amateur Aeronautics Association commission. The aircraft was produced by the FantasyAir Company in southern Bohemia, but this company stopped its activities in 2009.
It produced about 500 pieces of the Allegro aircraft.
The Aeroprofil Company purchased the production licence, and it is planning its next stop to start the production.