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Bronislawski Farman
A standard Farman with the ailerons locked (otherwise they would be hanging down on stationary plane) and replaced by a system of five stabilizing surfaces at each wing tip, invented by Boleslaw Bronislawski, a Polish doctor of science working in France. The plane was tested at Port-Aviation in late 1911 by Florentin Champel, who might also have been the owner of the Farman.

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