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'''Eastbourne Aviation Co.''' biplanes, monoplanes, and, during the war, Avro 504 and Bleriot Experimenta BE.2c, the latter two also described as a military-type tractor biplane and a tractor seaplane.
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Sources: G105; 2dG141; SD113
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|Notes 1=biplanes, monoplanes, and, during the war, Avro 504 and Bleriot Experimenta BE.2c, the latter two also described as a military-type tractor biplane and a tractor seaplane.
 
|Notes 3=G105; 2dG141; SD113
 
 
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Revision as of 17:52, 11 December 2016

Key person: [[F.B. Fowler..

Eastbourne Aviation Co. biplanes, monoplanes, and, during the war, Avro 504 and Bleriot Experimenta BE.2c, the latter two also described as a military-type tractor biplane and a tractor seaplane.

Sources: G105; 2dG141; SD113


Organization names Eastbourne Aviation Co.
Entity type 1
Country Great Britain
City Eastbourne, UK
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Scope
Started aero 1913
Ended aero 1917?
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Key people
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