Louis Blériot began building his own aircraft with assistance from Voisin up to 1909 when his successful crossing of the English Channel triggered massive orders for his Blériot X1. His Société Blériot Aéronautique company factory at Suresnes, Paris went on to produce a succession of undistinguished wartime aircraft, but joined with the SPAD company in 1914, and was taken over by SPAD in 1921.
Blériot SPAD 54.
This plane is a civil trainer and was use before WW2 in France & Europe.This one is now in Paris Le ...
Bleriot XI replica
Photographed at the Museo Del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, on 3 March 2012.
1911 Kaspar JK-Blériot
1911 Kaspar JK-Blériot aircraft.
Photo taken at the National Technical Museum in Prague, Czech Rep...
Blériot XI seen at the RAF Museum in Hendon, London in April 2009.
Bleriot Type XI
Bleriot Type XI seen at The Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden Aerodrome in Bedfordshire in July 20...