Enoch Thulin (1881–1919) was a Swedish aviator and airplane/engine factory director.
In 1913 he set up Aeroplanvarvet i Skane
In 1914, AB Enoch Thulins Aeroplanfabrik.
In 1917 he reported that he was attacked by German airplanes in Swedish territory.
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.
- "Aviation: Les Sommer voyagent à travers la France.", Le Gallois, 11 Sept 1912.
- L'Aérophile, 13 May 1913, p. 240.
- Svenska Aeronautiska Sällskapet: D:r E. Thulin hedras för sin Paris—Landskronaflygning", Svensk motor tidning. vol. 8 (1914), p. 204.
- "From Paris to Sweden", Flight, 22 May 1914, p. 555.
- "Swedish Aviator Attacked by Germans", Flight, 7 June 1917, p. - 0572.html 572.
- "Leading Swedish Aviator Killed", Flight, May 22, 1919, p. 671.
- w:Enoch Thulin; w:sv:Enoch Thulin
- "Enoch Leonard Thulin", geni.com
- Kand. T. Ångstrom, "Svensk aeroplaninudstri: II. Enoch Thulins aeroplanfabrik"; 'Svensk motor tidning, vol. 8 (1914), p. 410.</ref>
|Names||Enoch Leonard Thulin|
|Locations||Simrishamn, Sweden; Mourmelon, France; Landskrona, Sweden|
|Occupations||airplane maker, aviator|
|Tech areas||Airplane, Engine|
|Affiliations||Aeroplanvarvet i Skane, AB Enoch Thulins Aeroplanfabrik|