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de Glymes DG X
 
The de Glymmes DG X OO-AKV (c/n 01) was designed by engineer Raoul de Glymes of Hollebecque, Belgium, and fabricated in collaboration with Alfred Herrmann. 
    
This two-seater aircraft was equipped with a Renard 100hp engine and was registered as OO-AKV in 1931.

In 1931, R. Van de Velde owner and pilot of the aircraft flew Brussels - Nuremberg - Vienna (1400 Km) in 9 flight hours with an average speed of 155 Km/H.

On August 22nd, 1931 the same pilot won the first place of a Belgian air raid organized by the "Aeroclub Royal de Belgique". 

The registration and the plane disappeared in 1935. 
 
 
 
 


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