Category:Morane-Borel Monoplan

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Morane-Borel Monoplan in Roland Garros : l'embrasseur de nuages.

The Morane-Borel monoplane (sometimes referred to with the retronym Morane-Saulnier Type A or simply the Morane monoplane) was an early French single-engine, single-seat aircraft. It was flown in several European air races.

The Monoplane achieved fame when Jules Védrines flew one to victory in the 1911 Paris-to-Madrid air race, the only competitor to finish the four-day course. Later in the year he came second in the Circuit of Britain, flying an aircraft powered by a 70 hp Gnome. Another was flown by André Frey in the Paris-Rome race in 1911, finishing third. Emile Taddéoli was another owner of a Morane monoplane.

A two-seat version, powered by an 80hp Gnome was entered for the 1912 British Military Aeroplane Competition.


This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Morane-Borel Monoplan.

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