London and Provincial Aviation Co.

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A.A. Fletcher, designer, came from Martinsyde in 1916.

flying school; initially built Caudron G3 biplane under license. From 1916, using Fletcher designs, built trainer developed from the Caudron and tractor biplane. Some 12 of the biplanes were built through 1917 and about 70 more were built postwar.


Organization names London and Provincial Aviation Co. (L&P)
Entity type 1
Country Great Britain
City office in Edgware; flying school and place for construction at Hendon
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Started aero 1913
Ended aero 1919?
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