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Faludy III



Károly Faludi (1872-1974), more known as an actor and singer later in his life, built two airplanes, powered by a 25 hp three-cylinder engine. One was a monoplane and one was a biplane, both with a raised central wing surface. They both crashed at their first test flights in Nagikanizsa in southwest Hungary, the first in the summer and second in October of 1910.

The 1909 Faludy III biplane was designed and built by Karoly Faludy in Hungary.

Span: 25'7"
Length: 22'8"
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