Accident Henri Farman Type 1910 Militaire , Monday 15 May 1911
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Date:Monday 15 May 1911
Type:Henri Farman Type 1910 Militaire
Owner/operator:Belgian Army
MSN: 93
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Destroyed
Location:Brasschaat -   Belgium
Phase: Take off
Departure airport:EBBT
Destination airport:EBBT
Following the May 5th accident, the Henri Farman Type 1910 Militaire was repaired within ten days. During the first post-repair flight, Lt. Dhanis suffered a new accident, once again substantially damaging the aircraft. Even though the damage was repairable, by this time the Military Flying School was only days away from receiving its first improved Type 1911 Militaire; as a result the decision was taken to declassify the aircraft and strike it from its inventory in June of 1911.

Brasschaat base history, Gunfire Museum.

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18-Dec-2023 08:15 Anon Added

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