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Chanter monoplane

Страна: Великобритания

Год: 1911

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Chanter Monoplane

   The single-seat tractor Chanter Monoplane was designed and built during 1911 by M. Chanter at his flying-school at Hendon. It was a small machine of neat appearance, based on the Nieuport design, with a very good view from the cockpit, which was situated near the nose. The engine was the three-cylinder 35 h.p. Anzani. The Chanter Monoplane was used for training at Shoreham, Sussex, when the school was transferred there.

Журнал Flight

Flight, January 6, 1912.


Brighton-Shoreham Aerodrome.

   LAST week-end has seen the successful completion of two machines - the Collyer-England tractor biplane and the Chanter monoplane. The first-named made straight flights on Saturday and Monday, with Dowland in control, and was put through a fair amount of rolling by both England and Dowland. Mr. M. Chanter took his new monoplane out on Monday, and was in the air with her shortly after leaving the shed. On Tuesday, she was out again, Tinder the pilotage of her owner, and gave still better results. Ross, Gassier, Kent and Davies, were out on the Chanter school Bleriots.

Flight, January 13, 1912.


Brighton-Shoreham Aerodrome.

   MR. M. CHANTER continued the tests of his new monoplane, and put one of the Bleriots through its paces on Wednesday last week. At day-break the following morning, De Villiers was in the air with some good straight flights, and on Tuesday Mr. Chanter was testing a 40-h.p. Anzani-Bleriot which has been undergoing a complete overhaul; while Gassier and De Villiers were putting in more useful practice.

Журнал - Flight за 1912 г.
Chanter monoplane built at Hendon but soon destroyed in a hangar fire at Shoreham in February 1912. The Chanter-Nieuport-type monoplane, equipped with 35-h.p. Anzani motor. On the right Mr. M. Chanter at the lever of this 35-h.p. monoplane.
Журнал - Flight за 1912 г.
The Chanter Flying School at Shoreham, with their two Anzani-Bleriots and their 35-h.p. monoplane modelled on Nieuport lines. At the left-hand side is Mr. M. Chanter, the Director of the school. To the right are Messrs. De Villlers, Gassier, Kent, Ross, and two of the school mechanics.