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Thumbnail preview of 1919 - 1413.pdf...CTOBER 30, 1919 JE^ 1K '4*-. Three views of one of the early Sikorsky biplanes, fitted with two 250 h.p. Salmson engines, which side-slipped from about 20 metres during the retreat from Warsaw 141...
1919 - 1413.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1920 - 0535.pdf... is also stated that an International Aerodrome is being planned, and that the Aeronautics Department of the Empire and the Inter-Allied Commission have signified their assent to the scheme. Paris to Warsaw via Prague CAPT. DEOLLIN, Lieut, de Fleurien and a mechanic, on a Potez biplane left Paris on May 3 for Warsaw, and landed at Prague. They stopped at Strasbourg for lunch and their flying time ...
1920 - 0535.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1919 - 1475.pdf...e service in Morocco were piloted from Paris to Madrid by de Romanet, Walbaum and Massot. Air Services in Poland A COMPANY, in which Prince Stanislas Lubomirski is interested, is being formed at Warsaw with the object of organising aerial services between Warsaw and the principal centres in Poland. A start has been made with a service between Dantzig and Warsaw, and others will follow as s...
1919 - 1475.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0661.pdf...n the fork of the main lines. Every courtesy was extended by the aviation authorities, but the only petrol obtainable was very poor and heavy, and again the engine revs, suffered. September 7.—Berlin-Warsaw, 350 miles. Time, 3 hrs. 40 mins. The Aerodrome at Warsaw is good and close to the town, but as no sort of accommodation was procurable, the party had to spend the night in the Turkish Baths ! ...
1921 - 0661.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0630.pdf...ly amend- ments thereto. The Register with amendments will, how- ever, be available for inspection at all reasonable hours in Room 574 at the Air Ministry, Kingsway, W.C. 2. The Accident to the Paris-Warsaw Aeroplane IT has been our sad duty to record lately several accidents to aircraft, and the list is now increased by another, this time to a French machine belonging to the Franco-Roumanian Air ...
1921 - 0630.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1920 - 0548.pdf... larger petrol tank, in order to make longer flights. Themachine returned to Cricklewood on Saturday, and as soon as the alterations have been made it will be flown back toBrussels. „- Zeppelins over Warsaw FROM Warsaw comes a story that the military authorities there were informed by the police stations that on the night of May 9 (Sunday), seven Zeppelins were seen going in an easterly direction....
1920 - 0548.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1920 - 0026.pdf...ges for the employees of Farnborough Aircraft Factory ; that when they took it HHHHHHHH B H El H H H a H H m a a a a a a a The crew of the Handley Page (type 0-400) which recently flew from London to Warsaw. Capt. Herne is seen standing imme- diately under the nose of the fuselage, and on his left is Capt. McNaught Davis. This is the ma- chine which it was said was chased by Ger- man air guards wh...
1920 - 0026.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1920 - 0934.pdf... started, which it is hoped to extend to London. Wake up England ! OUR dear Teutonic friends are also not neglecting their' efforts directly on the military side of aviation, if a French' report from Warsaw last week is correct. According to this, the Polish Military authorities have just discovered the plot of an important German aerial organisation. From evidence obtained, German pilots are inst...
1920 - 0934.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1920 - 0653.pdf...mpelled to give up their attempt to fly from England to Australia owingto the crash while flying over the island of Bali on April 17, arrived at Sydney on June 9, by steamer from Java. Roget Flies to WarsawTHE tour of Europe which Lieut. Roget has been arranging for some months, commenced on June 9, when the aviatorleft Villacoublay at 5.10 a.m. on his Breguet machine, with-- the intention of maki...
1920 - 0653.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1920 - 1102.pdf... for Posts and Telegraphs and the Czecho-Slovak and Polish Governments. The first section of this route between Paris and Strassburg is already open, and extensions are pro- jected from Strassburg to Warsaw, and from Strassburg to Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Bucharest, and Constantinople. 3,200,000 francs has been quoted as the amount of the subsidy which the Czecho-Slovak Government proposes to g...
1920 - 1102.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1919 - 1628.pdf...ers had, during the War, when they made a daily practice of invading the enemy's welkin). " Messrs. Heme and Davis left London some little time ago on a Handley Page machine in order to take it to Warsaw,» there to give exhibition flights. " Five hours took them to Cologne, where they were held up for some time by bad weather. " But the weather was not the only dilemma which faced them in ...
1919 - 1628.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1919 - 1652.pdf...ine " dry " .. 1,952 lbs. <$> <$> Air Mail Service to Paris THE Postmaster-General announces that no air mail will be- despatched from London to Paris on December 25, 26 and 27. A Handley-Page at Warsaw THE Handley Page which Capt. E. D. C. Heme and Capt. Davis flew from London, safely reached Warsaw on Decem ber 20. The Caterham Fatality AT the inquest on Lieut. S. B. Bradley, the pilot ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1920 - 0168.pdf...ccomplished an unique perform-ance, as, we understand, it had only carried out one short test flight of 20 minutes before it made its flight to Paris in2 hrs. 10 min. . .-.-«. • . British Aviators in Warsaw ACCORDING to the Polish information Committee, the Handley Page aeroplane newly arrived in Warsaw by air, in response to an invitation from the Polish National Aeronautic Society, has been maki...
1920 - 0168.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0624.pdf... dispatch. Particulars will be made public locally. Delivery should normally be effected in'Paris on the day of dispatch from London by either service. Lithuanian 'Planes in Trouble ON August 30 from Warsaw it was reported that a few days previously three Lithuanian aeroplanes appeared over Vilna territory, and had thereby broken the Armistice. They were fired on by Zeligowski's troops, and aeropl...
1921 - 0624.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0586.pdf... (Schiphol) on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at the following times :—- 10.00 M dep. Paris arr. A 5-oo I (le Bourget) I r.45 j arr. Amsterdam dep. ! 1.30 Y (Schiphol) i (6) Paris-Strassburg-Prague-Warsaw Until recently this service was run on alternate days only. Now, however, machines leave daily (except Sundays) in each direction, covering the entire journey in, one day. The firm operating th...
1921 - 0586.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0283.pdf...as able to alight safely, although both heand his mechanic were badly injured by burns. They are, however, now considered to be -out of danger. PoJand " Arrests " a Zeppelin. ACCORDING to advice from Warsaw, last week a GermanZeppelin for two hours cruised over the Polish town of Czenstochowa, terrifying the inhabitants, but finally wasforced by a mishap to land in the neighbourhood. The crew, num...
1921 - 0283.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0347.pdf...t to issue special air mail stamps, the former stamps, depicting a bird in flight over the sea, being designed by Mr. C. Lebeau, and of 10, 15, and 60 cents denomination ; the latter stamp is for the Warsaw-Lodz-Danzig service, and is for 50 marks. The Free Port of Danzig, by the way, has just issued a " per- manant " set of air mail stamps—previous issues being " provisional." These consist of fi...
1921 - 0347.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0815.pdf...lywood construction, and is fitted with a 260 h.p. Maybach engine. Warren type inter-plane struts are employed for the wing bracing. A Bleriot-Spad Berime, as employed on the Paris—Strassbourg-Prague-Warsaw Air service, was exhibited by the Compagnie Franco-Roumaine de NavigationAeYienne. The Fiat-Co, of Turin exhibited two of their aero engines,a 9-cylinder 300 h.p. radial, and a 400 h.p. 8-cylin...
1921 - 0815.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0851.pdf... from 115 letters in October, 1920, to 64 in October last. On the other side of the picture, we find that Paris- Prague rose from 138 packets of mail in 1920 to 863 in October of this year. The Paris-Warsaw route, opened in May last, carried 344 letters in that month against 877 in October. A really wonderful result is shown by the route Toulouse-Casablanca. In October of last year this service ca...
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Thumbnail preview of 1919 - 0015.pdf...o build. The machine had never been up, except in trial flights. It was just about to start a new series of raids on Paris when the armistice stopped it." The Polish Aviation Service WRITING from Warsaw, and dealing with the lack oi equipment in the Polish armies where they are making a stand against the Bolsheviks, Mr. J. M. N. Jefferies, the Daily Mail correspondent, states that the Poles...
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