1912. New airplanes are built in Spain. It was mentioned that Mr. Garnier
flew in San Sebastián with his new plane; The construction works of the Mercader and Bernal airplanes in Barcelona were well advanced, Camó
and Acedo were rebuilding airplanes in Getafe and La Cierva was building
the BCD-1 airplane, "Cangrejo" with the collaboration of Barcala and
Florencio Díaz's son.
1913. Juan de la Cierva's new Spanish airplane. With the partners Messrs. Barcala and Díaz, the engineer D. Juan de la Cierva designed and built the
BCD-2, equipped with a Le Rhone 60 HP rotary engine. This airplane was
first tested by Mr. Adaro in Getafe and later by Mr. Mauvais in Cuatro
Vientos. After a canopy it was abandoned.
Monoplane with 25/35 HP Anzani engine, inspired at Deperdussin,
it was the result of collaboration between González Camó and Acedo.
Were built two copies in 1912, the first of which initially flew on June
16. Soon they were both destroyed after each accidents.
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