AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION IN BELGIUM: View in the S.A.B.C.A. works at Haren-Evere. A batch of Avro 504K fuselages
A Record-Breaking Seaplane: The C.A.M.S. 36 bis has just beaten the world's altitude record for seaplanes by reaching, piloted by Hurel, an altitude of 6,200 metres (20,300 ft.). This record has been homologated.
AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION IN BELGIUM: View in the S.A.B.C.A. works at Haren-Evere. Covering Nieuport-Delage fuselages (monocoque).
AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION IN BELGIUM: View in the S.A.B.C.A. works at Haren-Evere. Erecting D.H.4 and Spad fuselages.
THE "FEIRO I" COMMERCIAL MONOPLANE: Three-quarter front view.
THE "FEIRO I" MONOPLANE: Side view.
Feiro I Monoplane 120 hp Le Rhone Engine
The Gerhardt "Cycleplane." This "Cycleplane" is the work of W. F. Gerhardt and E. L. Pratt, and it is reported that successful results were obtained with this machine during last summer at McCook Field, Dayton, Ohio.
The Aachener light monoplane about to start.
The Swanson-Freeman "SS 4" Two-seater Biplane, fitted with an 80 h.p. Le Rhone engine
THE VICKERS "VANELLUS": This machine, which is a three-seater Fleet Spotter of the amphibian flying boat type, is a development of the Vickers "Vikings," from which it differs chiefly in the monoplane tail and in the pronounced "tumble-home" to the sides of the boat hull. The engine is a Napier "Lion." The wheels are raised by being swung back and up, as distinct from the "Vikings," in which they are swung forward and up. The undercarriage incorporates an oleo landing gear.