Constructions Aéronautiques J. Lévy

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Léon-Georges Lévy, financier

Constructions Aéronautiques J. Lévy was established to build warplanes designed by others, first built Levy-Besson flying boats and bombers, followed by Levy-Lepen HB2 flying boats. Then, appears to have built two Levy-Biche designs, including LB.2 shipboard fighter, 1927. At some point, also built Levy-Galliat biplane.

The LB.2 was built by Levasseur after Levy closed down.


Names Constructions Aéronautiques J. Lévy
Country France
Started aero 1914
Ended aero 1927?
Key people Léon-Georges Lévy
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