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Ader Clement III, France, 1897 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Chanute, France, 1897 , Experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

Oehmichen Helicopter, France, 1898 , Pioneer helicopter 

 

 
 

Wright Typ A Standard, USA, 1903 , Pioneer aircraft 

 

 
 

Ellehammer 1906, Danmark, 1906 , Aviation pioneer 

 

 
 

Grade Typ A, Germany, 1906 , Light aircraft 

 

 
 

Santos Dumont 14 bis, Brazil, 1906 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Vuia, France, 1906 

 

 
 

Esnault-Pelterie Monoplane, France, 1907 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Voisin-Henri Farman I Bis, France, 1907 

 

 
 

Blackburn Monoplane, United Kingdom, 1908 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Bataille Triplane, Belgium, 1908 , Experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

Manning MF 1 Flanders, United Kingdom, 1908 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Santos Dumont Demoiselle, Brazil, 1908 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Blériot IX, France, 1909 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Dufaux 4, Switzerland, 1909 , Prototype 

 

The first successful powered aircraft in switzerland. First plane to cross the Lake Geneva. The type was offered to the swiss military but the offer was turned down. After this, it was developed into the Dufaux 5.

 
 

Farman Savoia 1909, France, 1909 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Grade Eindecker, Germany, 1909 , Pioneer 

 

Designed by Grade to get the Lanz-Price, which was to be given to the first aviator in germany who flew 2,5km around two poles. Grade did accomplish this in November 1909 in Berlin-Johannisthal.

 
 

Humber Monoplane, United Kingdom, 1909 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Levavasseur Antoinette, France, 1909 , Pioneer 

 

One of the most well known designs from the early days of aviation. With this type, several records were flown, like the first german cross country and the first time at 1000m height. A attempt to cross the channel first failed.

 
 

Coanda 1910, Romunia, 1910 , Experimental Jet Aircraft 

 

Coanda developed this aircraft with a totally new engine system: A small piston engine powered a radial kompressor which pushed compressed air into a flame chamber. Fuel was added and ignited. This early jet engine generated 220kp thrust. Coanda piloted the maiden flight but it ended with the plane destroyed.

 
 

Curtiss D Pusher, USA, 1910 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Dufaux 5, Switzerland, 1910 , Prototype 

 

Developed from the Dufaux 4 but with a Gnôme rotation engine This prototype was tested by the swiss army, finally this led to the foundation of the "schweizerische Fliegertruppe", the swiss air force.

 
 

Farman Typ 1910, France, 1910 , Experimental 

 

 
 

Henri Fabre, France, 1910 , Float seaplane 

 

 
 

Nieuport N II, France, 1910 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Nieuport-Macchi Ni 10, Italy, 1910 

 

 
 

Pischof Autoplane, Austria, 1910 

 

 
 

Deperdussin B, France, 1911 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

R. Esnault-Pelterie REP D, France, 1911 

 

 
 

Farman 1912, France, 1912 , Pioneer 

 

 
 

Hübner 1912, Germany, 1912 , Light aircraft 

 

 
 

Horváth H III, Austria, 1912 , Experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

Deperdussin Monocoque, France, 1913 , Pioneer 

 

       

 

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