Difference between revisions of "Flanders (II)"

From Inventing aviation
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (Text replacement - "=UK" to "=Great Britain")
(moved text to free text space)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
'''L. Howard Flanders''' built four monoplanes for War Office, 1912-1913; also turned over a 3-seater biplane that he had built to the [[Royal Naval Air Service]].
 +
 +
Sources G117, 2dG166; SD124
 +
 
{{Organization
 
{{Organization
 
|Organization names=Flanders, L. Howard
 
|Organization names=Flanders, L. Howard
Line 6: Line 10:
 
|Started aero=1912
 
|Started aero=1912
 
|Ended aero=1913
 
|Ended aero=1913
|Sources=L. Howard Flanders
 
|Notes 1=built four monoplanes for War Office, 1912-1913; also turned over a 3-seater biplane that he had built to the Royal Naval Air Service.
 
|Notes 3=G117, 2dG166; SD124
 
 
}}
 
}}

Revision as of 20:44, 11 December 2016

L. Howard Flanders built four monoplanes for War Office, 1912-1913; also turned over a 3-seater biplane that he had built to the Royal Naval Air Service.

Sources G117, 2dG166; SD124


Organization names Flanders, L. Howard
Entity type 1
Country Great Britain
City Britain
Affiliated with
Scope
Started aero 1912
Ended aero 1913
Keywords
Key people
Wikidata id