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Key people: René Hanriot; Louis-Alfred Ponnier, factory director, who left to found firm Avions Ponnier, 1912.

René Hanriot was an early aviator, constructed some seven monoplanes before stopping, in 1913. He formed firm Aéroplanes Hanriot et Cie, ca. 1914, at outbreak of WWI.

Multiple patents refer to "Société anonyme des appareils d'aviation Hanriot" which presumably is the same as Aéroplanes Hanriot et Cie.

The individual patent filer René Hanriot is associated with this firm, naturally. Co-filings, with the firm acting in collaboration with the individual Henri-Hubert Pagny. Said collaboration had begun before the Hanriot incorporation.


Names Hanriot, Aéroplanes Hanriot et Cie, Société anonyme des appareils d'aviation Hanriot
Country France
City Reims, département Marne, France
Started aero 1907
Ended aero 1913
Key people René Hanriot, Louis Alfred Ponnier, Henri-Hubert Pagny
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