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Hanriot projects & little known aircraft

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Hi,


I open this topic to speak about the Hanriot projects and little
known aircraft,that means the HD series and H series,such as
H.240,I would like my dear Tophe to talk about it.


Hanriot H.29 :single seat trainer floatplane developed from HD.2.
 

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Nice drawings and Infos my dear Toura.
 

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Beautiful stuff, folks. Thanks a lot!
 

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Does anyone have - or know of the whereabouts - of a photograph of the Hanriot H.320 F-AIGO?
 

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avion ancien said:
Does anyone have - or know of the whereabouts - of a photograph of the Hanriot H.320 F-AIGO?

Sorry I don't have this picture my dear Avion,


the Lorraine-Hanriot LH-80 was a parasol wing three seat recce monoplane
of 1932,in A.3 category,and powered by one 600 hp Lorraine Courlis 12 Fa
en W engine,prototype appeared in the same year,abandoned in 1934.
 

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Bonjour Avion Ancien

No photo of F-AIGO....
Only this from an old "Aviation Magazine"
 

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Thank you, toura and hesham. I fear that the search for a photograph of F-AIGO may be rather akin to the Hunting of the Snark! But a friend would love me to be proved wrong!
 

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The Hanriot H.110 was an unusual pusher configuration, twin boom, single seat fighter aircraft submitted in the 1931 C1 (single-seat pursuit) competition. Only one prototype was built. It was later transformed into the H.115 after receiving a more powerful engine and cannon armament. This was quicker than the earlier version, but failed to attract a contract as the competition was won by the Dewoitine D.500.

More information on AviaFrance, Aviastar and Wikipedia.
 

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Hi hesham,

I just found this concerning Hanriot H.29 deep down in my archive - maybe too late...

http://www.pic-upload.de/view-23400168/H.29.jpg.html

The text started at page 39 only with: "H-29 En novembre 1923 la firme Hanriot..."

Martin
 

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Thank you Martin,great find.
 

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Hi,


the Lorraine-Hanriot LH-50 was a single seat light aircraft,and it had two lateral booms bearing
the tail,powered by one 95 hp Salmson 7 Ac engine.
 

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Hi hesham,

the sole LH-50 made only some short flights in Villacoublay by pilot Berthelin - than she disappeared!
 

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You are right Vieessso
From Jean Liron in an old "Aviation Magazine"
 

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Hi All

Always by Jean Liron in Aviation magazine
The HD 27
 

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It will be nice to see pics or drawings of the following gaps in my collection:
H.D. or H. 10 / 11 / 13 / 16 / 21 / 23 / 30 / 37 / 39 / 42 / 44 and 45. My info that the H. 46 was the last of this series.

Thanks, Maveric
 

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Excellent my dear Toura,


and for the member Wieesso,yes,that was mentioned in TU magazine.


For my dear Maveric,I can full one gap only,the H.37 was a twin engined bomber
developed from H.31 fighter,powered by two 300 hp Hispano-Suiza 8 Fb engines,
for B2 category.
 

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Sorry Maveric,
no pics, only text from Flight, Dec 12, 1930 (Paris Air Show)

The Hanriot H. 10 ED 2 is a strut-braced parasol monoplane two-seater school machine with 100 h.p. Lorraine engine. The machine is intended for preliminary school work.

The 21 S is an Avion Sanitaire with 120 h.p. Lorraine engine. It has a metal fuselage and plywood-covered wing (semi-cantilever).
 

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Although this is labeled L.H. 12 my understanding is that this actually depicts the L.H. 13 (but this needs confirmation):
 

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Thanks wieesso,
but this H.16 was from a later series.
 

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Hi Wieesso,


you must to know that,the Hanriot-Dupont began its life in 1916 and started with the series "HD",
then in 1930 merged with Lorraine to became Lorraine-Hanriot and had the "LH" or simply
"H" series,but the later prefix is used wrong,all Lorraine-Hanriot aircraft began with "LH",
and in 1933 this relationship was dissolved and the company renamed Hanriot.


The H.10 or H.16 in fact called LH-10 and LH-16,later and after 1933,they renamed as H.10
and H.16,as they still used after 1933.


So the projects which my dear Maveric asked about it,was for HD series and not LH or H.
 

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Great info my dear Toura.
 

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Hi hesham,

thank you very much for clarifying!

Am looking for several years for the one and only HD.320 c/n 1000 F-AIGO - AA asked already in #6 - maybe one day I will find a trace of her...

Martin
 

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Hi Wieesso,


the only picture I have for HD.320,here it is.
 

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Thank you hesham!
Here you can find images of the Salvadoran Hanriot 320 Type 1926 - they once had five ac
http://forum.keypublishing.com/showthread.php?78476-Hanriot-320&p=1217064#post1217064
 
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