Ernst Heinrich Heinkel

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Ernst Heinrich Heinkel, also known as simply Ernst Heinkel, born 24 January 1888 in Grunbach and deceased 30 January 1958 in Stuttgart, was a German aeronautical engineer, founder of Heinkel aircraft factories and designer of airplanes of the same name.[1]

German patent data has him located in Travemünde, Germany.[2]

Upon the founding of Brandenburgische Flugzeugwerke, Ignaz Etrich had brought Heinkel with him from Liebau, with Heinkel as his chief designer.[3]

Other German patent data has his filing as "Firma Ernst Heinkel, Flugzeugwerke in Warnemünde".[4]

Heinkel is mentioned in Melzer, 2020.

British Ernst Heinkel Espacenet results with no publication date restraints show an Ernst Heinkel Aktiengesellschaft addressed at 41 Hellmuth-Hirth-Strasse, Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany, active in the 1960s.

British Ernst Heinkel Espacenet results up through 1930 show solid aero patent material derivative of mid-late 1920s German filings. This applies as well to Spanish descendant patents.

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Ernst Heinrich Heinkel or Ernst Heinkel


Names Ernst Heinrich Heinkel; Ernst Heinkel
Birth date 1888/01/24
Death date 1958/01/30
Countries DE, ES, GB
Locations Travemünde, Germany
Occupations aeronautical engineer, airplane designer
Tech areas Airplane, Design, Skids, Frame, Wings, Wheels, Chassis
Affiliations Luft-Verkehrs-Gesellschaft m.b.H., Albatros Werke G.m.b.H., Hansa- und Brandenburgische Flugzeugwerke A.-G., Brandenburgische Flugzeugwerke, Firma Ernst Heinkel, Flugzeugwerke
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