01/31/2015. Remarks by Walter van Tilborg: "The two-seat P.100 was the first high-wing design of Frenchman Jean Pottier and also his first multi-place aircraft. It had an all-metal construction and like the earlier P.70/P.80 was intended for amateur construction. Only one P.100 was built and this aircraft, with an 100 hp Rolls-Royce/Continental O-200-A engine, had a fixed tricycle type undercarriage. The aircraft had been constructed by Jacques Chalard of Le Bodeo, France. Designated P.100TS and registered F-WYJC, it first flew on October 16, 1980, after receiving its CofA it was reregistered F-PYJC on February 4, 1981. Presently the aircraft is registered to Jean Louis Teppe of Belley, France.
The projected three-seat P.110TS with increased span and the two-seat P.105TS with the P.110TS wing were not built and further development of the P.100 was halted."