Enoch Thulin

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Enoch Thulin (1881–1919) was a Swedish aviator and airplane/engine factory director.

Thulin and passenger arrived in Landskrona from Paris, 1914

Thulin was involved (trainnig?) in 1912 with an aviation school in Mourmelon, France.[1] In 1913 he obtained a pilot's license.[2]

In 1913 he set up Aeroplanvarvet i Skane

In 1914, AB Enoch Thulins Aeroplanfabrik.

Also in 1914 Thulin flew from Paris to Landskrona in Sweden.[3][4]

In 1917 he reported that he was attacked by German airplanes in Swedish territory.[5]

Thulin died when his airplane failed on 14 May 1919; it was reported that the Thulin factory would stop making airplanes and focus on motors and automobiles.[6]


  1. "Aviation: Les Sommer voyagent à travers la France.", Le Gallois, 11 Sept 1912.
  2. L'Aérophile, 13 May 1913, p. 240.
  3. Svenska Aeronautiska Sällskapet: D:r E. Thulin hedras för sin Paris—Landskronaflygning", Svensk motor tidning. vol. 8 (1914), p. 204.
  4. "From Paris to Sweden", Flight, 22 May 1914, p. 555.
  5. "Swedish Aviator Attacked by Germans", Flight, 7 June 1917, p. - 0572.html 572.
  6. "Leading Swedish Aviator Killed", Flight, May 22, 1919, p. 671.


Names Enoch Leonard Thulin
Birth date 1881-09-15
Death date 1919-05-14
Countries Sweden, FR
Locations Simrishamn, Sweden; Mourmelon, France; Landskrona, Sweden
Occupations airplane maker, aviator
Tech areas Airplane, Engine
Affiliations Aeroplanvarvet i Skane, AB Enoch Thulins Aeroplanfabrik
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