Flight, December 1930
The PARIS AERO SHOW
This year Pierre Levasseur exhibits two machines, a military type and a little two-seater flying boat.
The P.L.12 is a neat little sesquiplane flying boat with two seats placed side by
side. The lower wing is short, and carries the outboard wing-floats. The engine, a 230-h.p. 9 AB Salmson radial air-cooled, is mounted on the leading edge of the wing, and drives a tractor airscrew. The machine is rather a neat little job, and should appeal to those who are fond of yachting, but who also wish to "get into the air."