Josef Deixler (sometimes written Joseph) was an aero inventor in Austria and the Netherlands.
(On Austrian and French patents his location is given as Hague, Netherlands; but on two British patents it's St. Martin, Upper Austria (w:Sankt Martin im Innkreis).
A photo of a Deixler aeroplane appears in a 1907 number of The Sphere magazine, from an exhibition at Islington (April 13, p. 32).
Patents whose inventor or applicant is Josef Deixler or Joseph Deixler
- Patent AT-1904-18518 (English title: Flying machine, Filing date: 1903-07-24)
- Patent AT-1907-29720 (English title: Drag-sail, particularly for flying-machines, Filing date: 1906-08-18)
- Patent AT-1907-30952 (English title: Airship, Filing date: 1906-11-29)
- Patent AT-1906-34959 (English title: Wing arrangement for propeller-driven aircraft, Filing date: 1906-11-29)
- Patent DE-1906-200676 (English title: Apparatus for Regulating Gas Pressure in Balloons, Supplementary to patent: Patent AT-1907-30952, Filing date: 1906-12-04)
- Patent GB-1906-27817 (English title: Propeller Driven Airships, Supplementary to patent: Patent AT-1906-34959, Filing date: 1906-12-06)
- Patent GB-1906-27816 (English title: Airships, Supplementary to patent: Patent AT-1907-30952, Filing date: 1906-12-06)
- Patent FR-1907-372167 (English title: Aerostat, Filing date: 1906-12-06)
- Patent FR-1907-372168 (English title: Dirigibles moved by propellers, Filing date: 1906-12-06)
- Patent DE-1908-208218 (English title: Bouncing device with spring-loaded tilting support, Filing date: 1908-05-30)
- Patent FR-1908-392048 (English title: Airplane, Filing date: 1908-07-06)
- Patent GB-1908-14327 (English title: Flying machine, Supplementary to patent: Patent FR-1908-392048, Filing date: 1908-07-07)
- Patent FR-1910-406865 (English title: Improvements to "gollot" bolts and their use as camp stakes, anchors, and for air-ships docking, Filing date: 1909-09-08)
Publications by or about Josef Deixler or Joseph Deixler
- Deixler, 1907, A project for an aeroplane (Simple title: A project for an aeroplane, Journal: Ballooning and Aeronautics)
|Names||Josef Deixler; Joseph Deixler|
|Locations||Scheveningen, Hague; St. Martin, Austria|
|Tech areas||LTA, Airplane, Balloon|