Aéroplanes Hanriot et Cie

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Initially produced some 2500 Sopwiths under contract; then in mid-1916 began to produce large number of 1- and 2-seat fighters, including a seaplane version, all designed by Pierre Dupont. Continued producing postwar; at death of René Hanriot, 1930, company became division of Société Générale Aéronautique and was renamed Lorraine-Hanriot.

René Hanriot, pioneer aviator and constructor; Émile Dupont ("Émile E. Dupont"), designer; Pierre Dupont, chief designer. G and 2dG list designer as Émile Dupont


Names Aéroplanes Hanriot et Cie / Lorraine-Hanriot, SGA
Country France
Started aero ca. 1914
Ended aero 1930
Key people René Hanriot, Pierre Dupont, Émile Dupont
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