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N 2 B 500 C 0 E Jun 14, 2017 F Jun 14, 2017
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Also known as "The flying Bar" for 16 passengers.

Original 1926 Air Union Photograph

Strong Paper and photographic Emulsion

"The Blériot 165 (or Bl-165) was a French Airliner of the 1920s.
It was a four-engined Biplane, a final Development in the Family of Designs that began with the Blériot 115.

Two were built for Air Union to replace the Farman Goliath on their Paris–London Route, and were christened Leonardo DA VINCI and Octave CHANUTE.

The Airline found that it preferred the Lioré-et-Olivier LéO 21s, that it had ordered alongside this Aircraft, meaning that no further examples were produced."
[Wikipédia]

more:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bl%C3%A9riot_165

Tags:   Aiplane Blériot Blériot165 Jupiter FlyingBar LeBarVolant 1926 AirUnion Paris-Londres London-Paris

N 1 B 189 C 0 E Oct 16, 2018 F Oct 18, 2018
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Strong watermarked Paper and various Inks

Click to Enlarge

"back" here
flic.kr/p/NqG9sX

Logo Detail here
flic.kr/p/29qqdyN

Tags:   AvionsVoisin SociétéAnonyme SociétéDesAéroplanesG_Voisin SociétéCivileDesPorteursDeBonds6½ SCPBSACiV6½ 1918-1928 1918 1928 WatermakedPaper BearerBonds Issy-les-Moulineaux Seine Conditions Interests intérêts dividendes Revenues siège 36_Boulevard_Gambetta finance bourse BonsAuPorteur placements actionnariat Share Shareholding 6½% N°013544 500francs

N 1 B 53 C 0 E Jan 10, 2020 F Jan 10, 2020
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PH-AGK is a Fokker F.VIIb (3m Titan) from Nederlandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek, Amsterdam
Its first commercial Flight is 13/08./1929 w. Constr. Num. 2.062
Machine was sold to CIDNA, Le Bourget on 27/08/1929 and numbered 5137
Registered F-AJCI under Line 2278
on 24/09/1929

1933, it was integrated to the Fleet of Air France, Paris and christened "La Sérieuse"

Sold to Louis DOLLFUS, Tlemcen Oran and renamed "Jacqueline"

Original Fokker gelatin-silver Print

Strong Paper and photographic Emulsion

Another Illustration of the same Machine here
flic.kr/p/KkhFDf

Tags:   Fokker FokkerVII FokkerAircrafts Fokker_F.VIIb-3m FokkerAviation CIDNA PH-AGK F-AJCI LaSérieuse LouisDOLLFUS Jacqueline CompagnieInternationaleDeNavigationAérienne France AviationCivile

N 1 B 381 C 0 E Nov 16, 2017 F Nov 16, 2017
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F-AIKI is a Blériot 165, the Number 1
It flew for the first Time October 5th. 1927, under Reg. 1722
Here operated by Air Union @Le Bourget Airport

Also known as "The flying Bar" for 16 passengers.

Original 1926 Air Union Photograph

Cardboard, Inks, Strong Paper and photographic Emulsion

"The Blériot 165 (or Bl-165) was a French Airliner of the 1920s.
It was a four-engined Biplane, a final Development in the Family of Designs that began with the Blériot 115.

Two were built for Air Union to replace the Farman Goliath on their Paris–London Route, and were christened Leonardo DA VINCI and Octave CHANUTE.

The Airline found that it preferred the Lioré-et-Olivier LéO 21s, that it had ordered alongside this Aircraft, meaning that no further examples were produced."
[Wikipédia]

more:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bl%C3%A9riot_165

Tags:   Blériot_165 LeonardoDAVINCI AirUnion Avion-Bar TheFlyingBar F-AIKI LeBourget 1926 LeBarVolant Blériot London-Paris Paris-Londres

N 2 B 559 C 0 E Nov 16, 2017 F Nov 16, 2017
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F-AIKI is a Blériot 165, the Number 1
It flew for the first Time October 5th. 1927, under Reg. 1722
Here operated by Air Union @Le Bourget Airport

Also known as "The flying Bar", for 16 passengers.

Original 1926 Air Union Photograph

Full Frame here
flic.kr/p/ZvTX6J

Strong Paper and photographic Emulsion

"The Blériot 165 (or Bl-165) was a French Airliner of the 1920s.
It was a four-engined Biplane, a final Development in the Family of Designs that began with the Blériot 115.

Two were built for Air Union to replace the Farman Goliath on their Paris–London Route, and were christened Leonardo DA VINCI and Octave CHANUTE.

The Airline found that it preferred the Lioré-et-Olivier LéO 21s, that it had ordered alongside this Aircraft, meaning that no further examples were produced."
[Wikipédia]

more:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bl%C3%A9riot_165

Tags:   Blériot_165 TheFlyingBar F-AIKI LeonardoDAVINCI AirUnion 1926 LeBourget Airplane Aircraft LeBarVolant Blériot London-Paris Paris-Londres


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