The Euronef ATTL-1 light aircraft made its first flight from Gosselies Airfield, Belgium, in 1990. The aircraft, powered by a Rotax engine has a top speed of 65 knots and is of all composite construction. Its main purpose is as a crop spraying aircraft and general agricultural aviation.
The construction of the aircraft is mainly of carbon fibre, glass fibre and Kevlar. It has seating for a pilot and one passenger. It has a high wing and fixed undercarriage with a single fin and rudder. Construction of a second prototype was under way in 1990.