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Voisin 1909 Biplane


Voisin of the type used for the first officially recognised flight by a British pilot in Britain, which was made in April 1909 by J. T. C. Moore-Brabazon (later Lord Brabazon of Tara), flying his own Voisin named Bird of Passage.

Engine: One 50 h.p. Antoinette
Length 39 ft (12m)
Wing span 33 ft (10m)
Weight empty 1,100 lb (500 kg.)
Seats: 1.
Speed: 34 mph (55 kph)


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