The Duruble Edelweiss is a light utility aircraft designed in France in the early 1960s and marketed for homebuilding. It is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable tricycle undercarriage and all-metal construction. Two- and four-seat versions were designed. The aircraft's creator Roland Duruble flew the first example a two-seater designated RD-02 in 1962 and in 1970 began to market plans for a stretched version with a rear bench seat as the RD-03.
Made by Homebuilt aircraft.