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 Rusjan EDA IV
In September 1909, Edvard Rusjan visited an international air meeting in Brescia (Italy), where he examined the construction of the most successful aircraft and got to know the French airman, Louis Blériot. One airplane, built according to the Blériot design, made its first flight on June 25, 1910.
EDA IV was a small monoplane copy of the aircraft with which Blériot had flown the English Channel. Although he managed to fly to a height of 40 m, at a 2nd meeting in Gorica on 26 June 1910, where 10,000 viewers gathered, it did not succeed in flying.

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