Flight, December 1921
The Paris Aero Show - 1921
ETABLISSEMENTS LIORE et OLIVIER
46, Rue de Villiers, Levallois-Perret
COMPARED with the exhibit of 1919, the machine shown at the present Paris show by Liore et Olivier is of little interest. At the previous
exhibition an interesting, although unconventional, three-engined flying boat was shown. This year the only exhibit is a small monoplan de Chasse, with Junkers type of wings placed at the lower corners of the fuselage. The machine, which has been "etudi" by M. W. Margoulis, is of metal construction, but no information relating to details is available. The wing section is the famous Schoukowsky aerofoil. The fuselage, although streamlined most carefully, does not impress one as being of a very good shape aerodynamically, and the estimated performance of 300 km. (186 miles) per hour appears somewhat optimistic, even with the famous 300 h.p. Hispano-Suiza engine.