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The answer you are looking for is in 1907 by a man named Paul Cornu. if you want to look at where i got my information search the question "who was the first person to fly a helicopter. -manwithplan

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There is some contention on this. In 1907 Jacques and Louis Breguet flew a contraption very similar in concept to a helicopter. However it did not fly higher than a foot or two and was so unstable that it had to be held at each corner. As a result, the Brequet brothers' flights cannot really be considered a "controlled manned flight." The same year inventor Paul Cornu built and flew a similar machine with two counter-rotating rotors. This machine met with slightly more success, but was still not a practical flying machine. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s several inventors experimented with various forms of helicopter each adding an innovation or two, and each claiming the title of "first helicopter." For details on this period, follow the link below for the wikipedia entry. The first practical production helicopter was the Focke-Wulf Fw-61, it first flew in 1936

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