The VI seems to be the most successful and popular of all the Hanriots.
Two-seater, triangular-section fuse that is wood planked in front and fabric-covered in rear, six-legged undercarraige with an auxiliary diagonal inverted-V brace in the forward bay, no tank suspended from the pylon and what appears to be a small wheel at the end of the tailskid.
The type V and type VI were used in 1910 by Marcel Hanriot in air meets.
Wingspan: 43 feet
Wing area: 300 square feet
Total weight: 1,120 pounds