A.V.I.A. 1909 Monoplane
 
AVIA-1909Mono-02
 
This machine, the first monoplane of the "Ateliers Vosgiens d'Industrie Aéronautique", was built in 1909, at Saint-Dié (Vosges). It was designed by Charles Roux and was displayed at the Exposition de la Locomotion Aérienne de Paris between 25 September and 17 October 1909. The engine was a 20 hp Dutheil & Chalmers.

 

AVIA-1909Mono
 
Engine: Dutheil & Chalmers, 20 hp
Span: 23'
Length: 25'5"