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Bleriot-SPAD S-45 :four engined passengers transport biplane.

Bleriot-SPAD Berline S----?: single engined biplane transport aircraft.

Bleriot Model-101 :amphibian flying boat project.

Bleriot-SPAD S-48: derivative one S-33 transport aircraft fitted with a 275-hp
(205-kw) Lorriane engine.

Bleriot-SPAD S-53: version of S-34 trainer with wing area further increased.

Bleriot 76 :four seat night bomber project,it was version of Blerio 75 with
simplified landing gear arrangement and swept back wings.

Bleriot 103 :four seat four engined biplane bomber,project was derivative from
Bleriot 115.

Bleriot 113 :four seat night bomber project,derivative of Bleriot 155.

Bleriot 136 :five seat day bomber project,derivative of Bleriot 135.

Bleriot 123 :three seat bomber project,derivative of Bleriot 165.

Bleriot 5120 :multi-engined flying boat,no more detail.
 
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Hi,

During the 1930s, Bleriot design a very strange aircraft,it was a single seat monoplane
fighter with forward swept wing and powered by one engine,it had a very smooth or
very flat fuselage,a twin tail fins and no rear wing.
 
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Hi,

in the French competition which was mentioned by the member
Retrofit of 1933,for three seat catapult launched recce seaplane,
the tenders were; CAMS-120,Breguet Br.610,Gourdou Lesseure
GL-820,LeO H-43,Levasseur PL200,Loire-130 and Bleriot-Spad
S.610.


It remained only a project,who know more about it ?.
 

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Hi,


here is the Bleriot giant transatlantic flying boat project,powered by
four Hispano-Suiza engines,mounted in tandem on two engines in
each nacelle,the fuselage is a large boat hull,and can detachable
from the aircraft and move in the water.


http://alternathistory.org.ua/gigantskie-samolety-kotorye-ni-kogda-ne-byli-postroeny-germaniya
 

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Hi,


Bleriot-SPAD S.511 was a single seat biplane fighter,derivative of S.510,powered
by one 600 hp Lorraine Petrel engine,I don't know if ot was built or just a project.
 

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The S.511 was just a project. Other unbuilt projects derived from the S.510 were the S.510J2 (an inverted sequiplane with Gnome-Rhône 9Kers), the S.510J3 (Gnome-Rhône 14Ksd), and the S.610 (sequiplane twin-float hydroplane).

Source: JWR Taylor's Combat Aircraft of the World from 1909 to the Present, Putnam's, 1969. BTW, Taylor lists the S.511 as powered by a 860 hp 12Hars Pétrel. As the 12Hars was a 1938 engine, I suspect that the original 500 hp 12H Pétrel was the planned powerplant.
 

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Thank you my dear Apophenia,


and do you have a more info about S.610 ?,I know that it had a length of 10.50m and
it was submitted to this competition;
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,6873.msg58737.html#msg58737
 

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Sorry Hesham, I have no more information on the S.610. I am surprised to see it listed as a 3-seater though. I had imagined it being a hydroavion development of the S.510.
 

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Thank you my dear Apophenia,


and about Bleriot-SPAD S.610,it was mentioned in Hydroretro site.
 

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Hi,


here is the Bleriot 350,it was a three fuselage high-wing transatlantic seaplane
aircraft project,powered by three pusher engines.


L'Aerophile 3/1936
 

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From l'Aeronautique journal August 1927,


here is a Bleriot three transatlantic aircraft project,the last two are a well known designs,fitted with
detachable boat in emergency case.
 

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hesham said:
here is a Bleriot three transatlantic aircraft project,the last two are a well known designs,fitted with
detachable boat in emergency case.


Here is a patent for detachable concept.



l'Aeronautique 1932
 

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A slightly better image of one of the Transatlantic projects shown in hesham's message:
 

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Skyblazer said:
A slightly better image of one of the Transatlantic projects shown in hesham's message:


Very nice my dear Skyblazer,


and here is a Bleriot-77 four engined twin fuselage transport aircraft project.
 

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Hi !

I would like share with you this pictures I have made at Musée de l'air in Le Bourget of the Blériot four engines composit.

@+++

Tonto
 

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Hi all
I've found this model of Bleriot's studies !
This come from a museum in SURESNES 92150 fRANCE

Do you know more ! I don't have explanation !!!
 

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My dear Toura,


I think no one know it,and we displayed it before here;


http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,17758.msg191106.html#msg191106
 

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My dear Hesham

How are you

Thank you very much !
You have many more detail than me !

Thanks again...Bye

PAUL
 

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Thonthon 42 - very interesting engine - do we know any more about it?
 

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Hi,


Bleriot-152 was twin engined tourist light biplane project of 1931.
 

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Nick Sumner said:
Thonthon 42 - very interesting engine - do we know any more about it?

Hi Nick !

I think I've something over the subject in a "Fana de l'aviation". If I good remember me, that engine (or his sister) was flown on a prototype during mid twenties ... May be Tophe ;) , who is a "well of knowledge" in aeronautics, could have the right answer over this special four engine ...

@+++ and good year for all friends !

Tonton
 

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Hi,


here is an early Model for Bleriot Bl.111 aircraft.
 

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Hi,


The Bleriot Bl.291 was a version of Type-290 with 240 hp Lorraine 7 engine,and
Bl.292 was also a version of Bl.290 with 300 hp Gnome-Rhone engine,remained
only a Projects.
 

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Blériot 125 from Popular Aviation, October 1931:
 

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Bleriot Bl.5193 was derivative from Bl.5910 for Miditrenian sea,could accommodated 40
passenger and powered by four 650 hp Hispano-Suiza 12 Nbr engines,also Bl.5194 was
derivative from Bl.5190,intended for range of 1150 km,maybe remained only a projects.
 

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in 1923,and for Transport airliner competition,the main tenders were; Caudron C.83,Potez-XXII,
Buscaylets de Monge 7/2,Farman F.3X and F.4S,Breguet XXII and Bleriot-115 & anther Bleriot
design,can anyone ID this later proposal ?.
 

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From Le FANA magazine,


here is the Bleriot 125 with floats,I don't know if it was a project or not.
 

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The image's caption says
Jamais le Blériot 125 n'a été essayé dans cette configuration; un seul de ces flotteurs, celui exposé au XIIe Salon de l'Aviation, a été construit.
The Blériot 125 was never tested in this configuration; only one of these floats, the one exhibited at the XIIth Salon de l'Aviation, was built.
 

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hesham said:
in 1923,and for Transport airliner competition,the main tenders were; Caudron C.83,Potez-XXII,
Buscaylets de Monge 7/2,Farman F.3X and F.4S,Breguet XXII and Bleriot-115 & anther Bleriot
design,can anyone ID this later proposal ?.


The Bleriot-105 was the solution.
 

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Hi,


the Bleriot 2222 was twin engined (push-pull) amphibian flying boat biplane project of 1926,
intended for transport,could accommodated 8 passenger,powered by two 450 hp Lorraine
12 Ed engines,featured by a twin hull configuration.
 

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