Thank you,and you meant maybe PL-2 was the XR-1 ?.Platt-LePage Aircraft said:Let's just say that the Platt-LePage Aircraft Company, and it's serious design work began with the machine that became the XR-1.
Thank you my dear Platt-LePage,Platt-LePage Aircraft said:Platt-LePage Aircraft was closed down in August of 1946.
The picture doesn't correspond to anything I've seen regarding Platt-LePage Aircraft Co.
It's possible the artist lifted some details from Haviland Platt's later VTOL patent applications.
OK my dear Platt-LePage for clarify me.Platt-LePage Aircraft said:I'd be interested out of curiosity, in what context Platt-LePage was mentioned in connection with the tiny photo you posted. (I couldn't make out the text)
I have copies of correspondence Haviland Platt had with a few people regarding the PL-LP Tilt-Rotor concepts, but Rutowski does not show up in anything I have in regard to either Haviland Platt, or Laurence LePage.