Les Ateliers d'Aviation R. Savary et H. de la Fresnaye
Les Ateliers d'Aviation R. Savary et H. de la Fresnaye built over 1,000 aircraft by WWI Armistice, about half of them Nieuports.
The firm's name is from a snippet from Ray Sanger, "Nieuport Aircraft of World War One," (2002), found through Google Books. First name of de la Fresnaye is from snippet from Cross & Cockade Journal, Vol. 7 (1966), also found through Google Books. Both sources are at LOC.
|Names||Les Ateliers d'Aviation R. Savary et H. de la Fresnaye (Savary et Fresnaye)|
|City||Levallois-Perret (near Paris)|
|Key people||Robert Savary, Henri de la Fresnaye|