1913

1913 AEG BI 2-seater biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by AEG Company
Picture of BI from Milan Javorsky

1913 AGO bi-seaplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by AGO Company
Span: 61' Length: 39'4"
No picture found

1913 Albatros B-1 biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Works
Span: 46'10" Length: 28'3" Weight: 1760 lbs Speed: 68 mph
Drawing from Milan Jarovsky

1913 Albatros DD2 "Pfeil" (Arrow) biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Company
Picture from Willem Mar


1913 Albatros DE biplane

Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Company
Span: 47'3" Length: 29'10" Weight empty: 1389 lbs Speed: 49 mph
Picture from ‘Der Flieger’ issue 10, October 1977, published by the (long defunct)
German publisher ‘Walter Zuerl Verlag’ via 1000aircraftphotos.com

1913 Albatros DL1 biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Company
Span: 46'11" Length: 28'4" Weight empty: 1614 lbs Speed: 59 mph
No picture found

1913 Albatros EE 2-seater monoplane
Span: 45'11" Length: 33'5" Weight empty: 1323 lbs Speed: 51 mph
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Albatros K351 2-seater biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Company
Span: 53'5" Length: 29'6" Weight empty: 2072 lbs
No picture found

1913 Albatros RE 1 monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Company
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Albatros "Taube" (Dove) monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Company
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Albatros WDD bi-seaplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Albatros Company
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Andreansky
Country of Origin: Czechia? Designed and built by Andreansky
Picture not yet found. Information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Antoni monoplane
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and built by Guido and Ugo Antoni
Picture from www.aeronautica.it

1913 ASL Valkyrie Type C monoplane - pilot and 2 passangers
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Aeronautical Syndicate Ltd.
Span: 39' Length: 29'9" Weight: 800 lb Speed: 70 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall. M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Atwood float-biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Harry N.Atwood
No picture found

1913 Autostable Monoplane - did it fly?
Country of Origin: France
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu.au

1913 Aviatik C1 biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Aviatik Company
Span: 45'11" Length: 25'3" Weight empty: 1787 lbs Speed: 67 mph
Picture reconstruction from Luftfahrtmuseum

1913 Aviatik P14 biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Aviatik Company
Span: 47'7" Length: 28'6" Weight empty: 1433 lbs Speed: 54 mph
No picture found

1913 AVRO Type 501 (Land & Seaplanes)
Top span: 47'6" Bottom span: 39'6" Weight: 1740/2700 lb Speed: upto 65 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A.(deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War, Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

1913 AVRO Type 503 (Land & Seaplanes)
Top span: 50' Bottom span: 47' Length: 33'6" Weight: 2200 lb gross
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A.(deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War, Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

1913 AVRO Type 504 - this was a most outstanding plane for this period
Span: 36' Length: 29'5" Weight: 1570 lb gross
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by A.V.Roe & Co.

Model plans are available from www.peterrake@aol.com
Picture from Encyclopedia of World Aircraft

1913 Bachelier-Dupont-Baudrin biplane flyingboat - did it fly?
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Bachelier, Dupont and Baudrin
Span: upper 36'9" lower 29'6" Length: 26'3" Weight empty: 836 lbs
Picture courtesy L.E.Opdycke author French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Badaire (automatically stable?) monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Maurice Badaire
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu

1913 Balassian de Manawas monoplane - did it fly?
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Baruir Balassian de Manawas
Span: 36'1" Length: 19'8" Weight: 496 lbs
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu.au

1913 Bathiat-Sanchez pusher biplane
Country of Origin: Chile/France Designed and built by Bathiat (French) and Sanchez (Chile)
Span: 44'3" Length: 33'2" Weight gross: 1815 lbs Speed: 56 mph
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Bathiat-Sanchez Type E monoplane
Country of Origin: Chile/France Designed and built by B. Sachez (Chilean) and L. Bathiat.
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu.au

1913 Bathiat-Sanchez single float seaplane
Country of Origin: Chile/France Designed and built by Bathiat (French) and Sanchez (Chile)
Span: 44'3"
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Batson Dragonfly 6-wing flying boat
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Batson Air Navigation Co Savannah GA
Weight empty: 3968 lb
No picture found, information from Milan Javorsky

1913 B.C.D No. 2 monoplane
Country of Origin: Spain Designed and built by J. Barcala, J.de la Cierva and P. Diaz
Span: 32'2" Wing area: 20 m2
Picture from Juan Lobos Martin

1913 Benoist Type XIV 2-seater pusher biplane flying boat
Country of Origin: USA Designed by Thomas W.Benoist and built by Benoist Aircraft Co.
Span: 45' Length: 26' Range: 175 miles
Picture from //members.shaw.ca/flyingaces/ which offers more information

1913 Berger monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Berger
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Blackburn two-seater tractor monoplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Robert Blackburn
Picture courtesy of Goodall. M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913? Blanc monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Maurice Blanc
Span: 32'10" Length: 26'3" Weight: 772 lbs Speed: 74 mph
:Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu.au

1913 Bleriot XI monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot
This year this most successful of his planes was produced in the following versions:
XI Type 1913
XI Type Parasol
Span: 29'4" Length: 25'7"

Picture of Type Parasol by courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Bleriot XI "Pegoud" monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Bleriot XI Hydravion single seater monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Bleriot XI-2 Hydravion 2-seater monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Bleriot XL pusher biplane. tandem-seater
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot

Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Bleriot XLII canard pusher
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot
Span: 29'2" Length: 24'

Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Bleriot XLIII tandem armored monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot
Span: 33'2" Length: 19'9" Weight: 1378 lb gross, Speed: 75 mph

Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Bleriot XLIV Artillaire monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot

Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Bleriot XLV monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot

Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Bleriot XXXIX armoured monoplane - single seater
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Bleriot
Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War
Summary: This is the last entry for this most prolific designer and builder active in
the following years, with number of planes shown: 1907 - 3, 1908 - 1, 1909 - 3, 1910 - 4, 1911 - 7, 1912 - 9, 1913 - 8; total - 35.

1913 Bloudek-Cermak "Bohemia B I" 1-seater monoplane
Country of Origin: Slovenia and Czechia (Austro-Hungarian Empire) Designed and built by S.Bloudek, Slovenian and J Cermak, Czech
No picture found yet

1913 Bloudek-Cermak "Bohemia B II" 1-seater monoplane
Country of Origin: Slovenia and Czechia (Austro-Hungarian Empire) Designed and built by S.Bloudek, Slovenian and J Cermak, Czech
No picture found yet

1913 Boland biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed by F. and J. Boland Built by Boland Aeroplane Co.
Span: 35'6" Length: 21'2" Speed: 60 mph
No picture found, information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Boland triplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed by F. and J. Boland Built by Boland Aeroplane Co.
Span: 35'6" Length: 21'2" Speed: 60 mph
No picture found, information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Borel hydro-monoplane 2 seater
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Span: 38'5" Length: 27'11" Weight: 2028 lb gross
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel monoplane - Daucourt flew October 1913 Paris to Cairo
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel "Torpille" monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Span: 29'6" Length: 23'
Picture courtesy L.E.Opdycke author French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel Aeroyacht Type Denhaut I
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel Aeroyacht Type Denhaut II
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel Aeroyacht Type Denhaut III
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Span: 32'10" Length: 25'7" Weight: 1278 lb gross
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel Ruby tailpusher monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Span: 29'6" Length: 23'
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel Type Militaire monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Span: 38'9" Length: 23"
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Borel Type Monaco flying boat
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Borel Brothers
Span: 50'6" Length: 24'3" Weight: 2910 lb gross
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Botyanksy "MB-2"
Country of Origin: Slovakia(Austro-Hungarian Empire) Designed and built by Botyansky
No picture yet found.

1913 Breguet G-4 hydro and landplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Breguet
Picture courtesy of Opdycke L. E., author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Breguet H-U3 hydro-avion
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Breguet
Span: upper 51'8" lower: 45'11" Length: 37'9" Weight: 3200 lb gross Speed: 87 mph
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu

1913 Breguet "La Marseillaise" double monoplane flyingboat
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Louis Breguet
Picture and Information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Bristol Coanda hydro-biplane
Country of Origin: Romania/UK Designed by Henri Coanda (Romanian) Built by Bristol Aircraft
Various dimensions, Span: 38'8",37'8" Length: 27'10",29'2",30'6"
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A.(deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War

1913 Bristol Coanda monoplane
Country of Origin: Romania/UK Designed by Henri Coanda (Romanian) Built by Bristol Aeroplane Co.
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Bristol Coanda Type BR 7 + 8 biplanes
Type BR 7
Span: 38' Length: 27'
Type BR 8
Span: 37'8" Length: 29'3" Speed: up to 75 mph
Country of Origin: Romania/UK Designed by Henri Coanda (Romanian) Built by British & Colonial Aeroplane Co

Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A.(deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War, Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

1913 Bristol Coanda TB.8 biplane
Country of Origin: Romania/UK Designed by Henri Coanda (Romanian) Built by Bristol Aircraft
Span: 37'8" Length: 29'3" Weight all-up: 1665 lb Speed: 65-75 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A.(deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War

1913 Bristol Scout
Country of Origin: UK Designed by Barnwell, built by Bristol Airplane Co.
Span: 24'7" Length: 20'8" Weight: 1100 lb Speed 100 mph
Picture of model plane from www.ctie.monash.edu

1913 Bruneau-Parant monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Bruneu-Parant
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu.au

1913 Burgess I Scout hydroaeroplane pusher biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by W.Burgess
Span: 39'19" Length: 31'4"
Picture courtesy of Roy Nagl

1913 Burgess K biplane flyingboat - 2-seater
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by W.Burgess
Span: upper 40'9" lower 35'5" Length: 30'9"
Picture courtesy www.earlyaviator.com

1913 Burgess-Collier biplane flyingboat - Improved.largest and fastest version with 220hp 20 cylinder-radial
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by W.Burgess. Commissioned by R. J. Collier, editor of Collier's Weekly
Picture from WW1 Aero

1913 Burgess-Dunne aerohydroplane
Country of Origin: USA/UK Designed by John N.Dunne, built by Burgess Co.USA
Span: 46'6"
3-view from Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC
- click the thumbnail for complete drawing

1913 Burgess-Wright hydro biplane flyingboat
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by W.Burgess, with Wright licence
Picture courtesy of Roy Nagl

1913 Burney X2 and X3 flying boat
Country of Origin: UK Designed by Burney Built by Bristol Aeroplane Co.
Picture from Bristol Aeroplane Co.

1913 Caproni biplane
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and produced by Gianni Caproni
No picture found. Information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Caproni No. 20 monoplane
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and built by Gianni Caproni
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Caproni No. 22 monoplane
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and built by Gianni Caproni
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Caproni No. 25 monoplane
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and built by Gianni Caproni
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Castaibert IV monoplane
Country of Origin: Argentina Designed and built by Castaibert
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Caudron Type F
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Rene Caudron
Picture courtesy Opdycke E.L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Caudron Type G 2-seater biplane
Wing area: 323 sq.ft Weight: 772 lb
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Rene Caudron
Picture courtesy Opdycke E.L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Caudron Type J tractor land- and seaplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Rene Caudron
Picture courtesy Opdycke E.L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Caudron Type K big pusher seaplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Rene Caudron
Picture courtesy Opdycke E.L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Christofferson hydroplane - 3-4 seater
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Harry and Silas Christofferson
Span: uppe: 49' lower 33'6" Length: 28'
Picture: http://www aerofiles.com/

1913 Christofferson Model D hydroplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Harry and Silas Christofferson
Picture: http://www aerofiles.com/

1913 Clement-Bayard biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Gustave Clement-Bayard
Span: upper 36'1" lower 25''7" Length: 32'2" Weight: 882 Speed: 50 mph
No picture found

1913 Clement-Bayard monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Gustave Clement-Bayard
Span: 41'8" Length: 32'2" Weight: 838 lbs Speed: 56 mph
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Cody Biplane No. V
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Samuel Cody
Span: 43' Length: 37'9
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A. (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Cody No. VI - in this plane Cody was killed.
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Samuel Cody
Span: 59'6" Length: 40'9"
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A. (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Constantin-d'Astanieres "Safty" monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed by Francois d'Astanieres and Louis Constantin Built by Louis Clement
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Cooke tractor biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Weldon B. Cooke
Span: 24' Length: 25'
Picture: http://www aerofiles.com/

1913 Cooper biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built byG. T. Cooper
Span: 30'
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A. (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Copin-Revillard monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Copin and Revillard
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Crawford pusher biplane - 2 seater
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Harvey and William Crawford
Span: 31'
No picture found

1913 Curtiss A-3 US Navy land/hydroplane - 2-seater pusher
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Glenn Curtiss
No picture found

1913 Curtiss F flyingboat 2 seater
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Glenn Curtiss
Span: 34'10" Length: 26'4"
Picture: http://www.aerofiles.com/

1913 Curtiss G Scout biplane - side-by-side seats
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Glenn Curtiss
Span: 38'4" Length: 24'
Picture from Bud Carlson
Summary: This is the last entry for our period. Curtiss designed and built the following planes
during 1908 - 4, 1909 - 2, 1910 - 4, 1911 - 5, 1912 - 3, 1913 - 3, total - 21.
During the following years he designed many more.

1913 Daimler-Lutskoy No. 3 monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia/Germany Designed by B. G. Luskoy (Russian) Built by Daimler
Speed: 85 mph
No picture found; information from Milan Javorsky

1913 D'Artois flying boat
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Chantiers d'Artois
Span: 32'10" Length: 26'3" Weight: 942 lb empty
Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 De Brageas monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by De Brageas
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 De Broucker biplane
Country of Origin: Belgium Designed and built by Leon de Broucker
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 De Havilland army biplane
Country of Origin: UK Constructed by De Havilland
Picture from Willam Mar

1913 De Havilland BS1 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Goeffrey de Havilland
Picture from www.chez.com

1913? De Langhe-Corville monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Ch.Langhe and Corville
Span: 28' Length: 32'10" Speed: 43 mph
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Delphin "Flying Fish" monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by V. V. Dybovsky
Span: 39'5" Length: 27'11" Loaded Weight: 1760 lb
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 De Marcay-Moonen mono-seaplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by De Marcay-Moonen
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 De Monge parasol monoplane
Country of Origin: Belgium/France Designed by Louis De Monge (Belgian) Built by Debrouckere
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Deperdussin "Monaco" tandem-seater monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Armand Deperdussin
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Deperdussin "Monocoque Reims" monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Armand Deperdussin
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 De Simone parasol-monoplane - the airplane cost Lire 14000.
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and built by Armando De Simone
Picture from www.dpa.unima.it

1913 DFW "Stahltaube" (Steel Pigeon) 2- seater monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Deutsche Flugzeug Werke
Span: 45'11" Length: 37'4" Weight empty: 1323 lbs Speed: 59 mph
No picture found

1913 Donnet-Leveque sea-biplane - sold 1913 to the Swedish Navy
Country of Origin: France Designed by F.Denhaut, Built by Donnet-Leveque
Span: 38' Length: 25'11" Weight max: 1230 lbs Speed: 67 mph
Picture from Swedish Army Museum

1913 Dorand DO1 biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Dorand
Span: 39'4" Length: 39'4" Speed: 67 mph
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Drzewiecki canard monoplane
Country of Origin: Poland/France Designed by Stefan Drzewietski (Polish) Built by Ramanoff Co. France
Span: 29'6" (Front:18'4") Length: 28'3" Weight: 1653 lbs
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Duigan No. 2 tractor biplane
Country of Origin: Australia Designed and built by John R. Duigan
Span: 34'5" Speed: 39 mph
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Dunne D8 & D8bis all-wing biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed by John W. Dunne
Span: 46' Length overall: 26'6" Length Nacelle: 15'6" Weight: 1900 lb take off Speed: 55 mph
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu

1913 Dux 2 monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by Dux factory
Span: 40'4" Length: 23'
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Dyott monoplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed by G.M.Dyott Built by Hewlett & Blondeau Ltd
Span: 29' Length: 23' Speed: 45-75 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with Tagg A. (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Eastbourne - single-seat monoplane; only one was built due to coming war.
Country of origin: U.K. Designer: E.L.Gasser (Swiss) Built by Eastbourne Aviation Co.
Span: 29'2" Length: 21'
Model plans available from Pat Tritle at www.thunteknet/pcmodels and also from http://www.pr-kits.com/
Model kits available from www.samsmodels.demon.co.uk

1913 EFW Etrich Taube Type 1913 2-seater bomber monoplane
Country of Origin: Austria (Austro-Hungarian empire) Designed and built by Etrich-Flieger-Werke
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Esnault-Pelterie Type I monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Robert Esnault-Pelterie
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Euler high wing monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by August Euler
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Euler Military biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by August Euler
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Euler military triplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by August Euler
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Euler sea reconnaissance triplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by August Euler
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Euler "Stahltaube" (Steel Dove) monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by August Euler
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Falts-Fein biplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by Falts-Fein
Span: top 45' lower 31'10" Length: 31'2" Loaded Weight: 1433 lb
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Farman HF 19 hydro-biplane pusher
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Henri Farman
Span: 64'8" Length: 32'5" Weight: 2755 lb gross Speed: 65 mph
Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Farman HF 20 and HF 22 pusher biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Henri Farman
Picture from www.avrosys.nu

1913 Farman HF 24 biplane pusher - curious construction, top wing much larger than lower.
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Henri Farman
Picture courtesy of Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War
Last entry for this very productive French pioneer. During the following years he produced these planes 1908 - 1, 1909 - 2, 1910 - 2, 1911 - 4, 1912 - 6, 1913 - 4, total - 19.

1913 Farman Maurice MF7 biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Maurice Farman
Span: 50'11" Length: 37'10" Weight: 1880 lb gross Speed: 59 mph
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Farman Maurice MF 10 seaplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Maurice Farman
Length: 9.68 m
No picture found

1913 Farman Maurice MF 11 and 11bis
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Maurice Farman
Span: 16.13 Length: 9.48 m Weight loaded: 945 kg Speed: 118 km
No picture found

1913 Farman Maurice MF 17 hydroplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Maurice Farman
No picture found

1913 FBA 27 biplane flyingboat
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by French British Aviation Co.
Picture courtesy L.E.Opdycke author French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 FBA 28 biplane flyingboat
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by French British Aviation Co.
No picture found

1913 Fisher monoplane
Country of Origin: New Zealand Designed and built by "Percy" Fisher
Span: 26' Length: 25' Weight: 434 lbs. Power: 40 HP
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Fjällbäck Monoplane "Naktergaten" (Nightingale) - sold 1914 to the Swedish Army
Country of Origin: Sweden Designed and built by Fjällbäck
Span: 28'10" Length: 24'11, Weight max: 860 lbs Speed: 62 mph
Picture from Swedish Army Museum

1913 Flanders B2 biplane (various designs)
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Flanders Ltd
Span: 40-43" Length: 31'- 31'19" Weight allup: 1650-2000 lb Speed: 38-68 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913? Foehn monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Foehn
Picture courtesy of www.earlyaviators.com

1913 Fokker W2 waterplane
Country of Origin: Holland/Germany Designed by A. Fokker (Dutch) Built by Fokker Works in Germany
Picture from www.dutch-aviation.nl

1913 Fournier monoplane
Country of Origin: Spain: Designed and built by Heraclio Alfaro Fournier
Picture from WW1 Aero

1913 Franchault monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Framchault
Span: 32'10" Length: 22'11" Weight empty: 660 lb
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 FU
Country of Origin: Japan Designed by Nakajima, built by Japanese Navy
No picture found

1913 Gabardini monoplane
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and built by Giuseppe Gabardini
Span: 34'5" Length: 23' Weight: 935 lbs
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Gage-McClay tractor biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Gage-McClay Co.
Span: 41' Length: 25'8"
3-view from Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC
- click the thumbnail for complete drawing

1913 Galvin seaplane - did it fly?
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Clement Galvin
Picture courtesy L.E.Opdycke author French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913? Garuda monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Garuda Works
Picture from www.luftfahrtsgeschichte.com

1913 Gaullaudet monoplane flyingboat - 2 seater seagoing A-1 Bullet
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Gaullaudet
Span: 36' Length: 27'
No picture but see 1912 Gaullaudet A-1 Bullet

1913 Gnosspelius hydro-biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Oscar Gnosspelius
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Gotha LD-2 biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Gotha Works
Span: 40'2" Length: 26'3" Speed: 68 mph
Drawing from Milan Jarovsky

1913 Gotha LE2 biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Gotha Works
Span: 47'3" Length: 33'6" Weight empty: 1512 lbs Speed: 55 mph
No picture found

1913 Gotha monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Gotha Works
Picture from Luftmuseaum

1913 Grahame-White Type VI two-seater military biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Grahame-White
Span: top 42'6", bottom 23' Length: 33'9" Weight allup: 2750 lb Speed: 50-70 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Grahame-White Popular Type VII single-seater
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Grahame-White
Span: top 28', bottom 14' Length: 23'6" Speed: 40-60 mph Price: £400
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Grahame-White Type VIII hydro-biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Grahame-White
Span: top 42'6", bottom 24' Length: 25' Weight allup: 1300 lb Speed: 45-55 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Grahame-White monoplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Grahame-White
Span: 32' Length: 21' Speed: 50-65 mph Price: £550
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Grahame-White Type X Charabanc biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Grahame-White
Span: top 62', bottom 43'8" Length: 37'6" Weight allup: 3100 lb Speed: 30-55 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Grahame-White biplane "Lizzie" or "Tea Tray"
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Grahame-White
Span: top 28'6", bottom 14" Length: 21'10" Weight allup: 850 lb Speed: 65 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Gramaticescu monoplane
Country of Origin: Rumania/France Designed by G. Gramaticescu (he died before the plane was finished) Built by M. Herbster in France
Span: 27'11" Length: 23'
Picture courtesy L.E.Opdycke author French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Guillaume push-pull biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Camille Guillaume
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Handley Page Type G biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Handley Page Ltd
Span: 40' Length: 27' Weight: 1150 lb Speed: 35-73 mph Price: £1500
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen.

1913 Hayabusa (Pereguine Falcon) biplane
Country of Origin: Japan Designed and built by Shigesabruo Torigai
Picture by Kantosha Co.Ltd via WW1 AERO

1913 Heath 2B flyingboat
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Ed Heath
Price: US$ 1500
No picture found

1913 Heinrich Model D monoplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Albert and Arthur Heinrich
Picture from Bud Carlson

1913 Henkel-Albatros "Taube" monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Henkel Company
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Hayot Tandem monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Captain Hayot
Span: 42'8" Length: 28'4" Weight empty: 1212 lbs
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Huet, Grazzioli et Lombardini monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed by Huet, built by him and Grazzioli and Lombardini
No picture found

1913? Jannus flying boat - many passenger and exhibition flights
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by A. Jannus and H. Robinson
No picture found

1913 Jeannin "Stahltaube" ("Steel Dove") monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Emil Jeannin
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Jeanson-Colliex giant bi-floatplane - eight seat giant seaplane, one of the biggest
Country of Origin: France Designed by Maurice Jeanson and Robert Duhamel Built by Liore and Olivier (wings) and Victor Despujols (hull)
Span: 79'9" Length: 59'
Picture and Information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Kaishiki No. 3 and No. 4 biplane - scaled-down versions of Kai 2
Country of Origin: Japan Redesigned and built by Japanese Army
Weight: 992 lb
No picture found, similar but lighter than Kaishiki No. 2 (1912)

1913 Kaishiki No. 5 and 6 biplane
Country of Origin: Japan Designed and built by Japanese Army
Span: 50'10" Length: 36'1" Empty weight: 1096 lb Speed: 59 mph
Picture from Yasui Hiko Studio

1913 Kalep-Dybovskiy monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia/Latvia (Russian Empire) Designed and built by T.Kalep and Dybovskiy (Russian)
No picture found

1913 Karpeka-3 biplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by A. D. Karpeka
Span: 36'1" Length: 24'8" Loaded Weight: 970 lb
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Kasyanenko-4 monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by Kasyanenka brothers
Span: 31'2" Length: 23' Loaded Weight: 595 lb Speed: 37 mph
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Knabel monoplane - the transparent cellon covering is interesting
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by A.Knabel Works
Picture courtesy Rosebud's www.earlyaviator.com

1913? Kondor monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Kondor Works
Picture from Luftfahrtmuseum

1913 Kovanko pusher monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by A. A. Kovanko
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Kvasz Type V
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Andras Kvasz
Span: 10 m Length: 10 m Weight: 300 kg
No picture yet found

1913 Kvasz VI monoplane - design started in 1913 but it flew only in 1914
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Kvasz
Span: 36'1" Length: 20'6" Speed: 67 mph
3-View and information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Laird No. 2 baby biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Emil M. Laird
Picture: http://www.aerofiles.com/

1913 Lazard Parasol monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by George Lazard
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Lazarus-I monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Antal Lazarus
Span: 32'10" Length: 26'11"
Picture courtesy Andor Gibas, Information Gabor Fekecs

1913 Lecoq-Monteiro-Aillaud 4 bis monoplane r
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Lecoq, Monteiro and Aillaud
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Lecomte monoplane - H. Lecomte crashed most likely with this plane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Henri Lecomte
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Lee Richard annular monoplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Cedric Lee and George Richard
Span: 22' Length: 23'6" Weight allup: 1500 lb Speed: 83-85 mph
Picture before covering courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Lelieve monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Lt. Lelieve
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu.au

1913 Letai-V 2-seater Monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Sandor, Lajoy and Andras Letai
Span: 39'4" Length: 29'6" Weight empty: 507 lbs Speed: 50 mph
Picture courtesy Andor Gibas, Information Gabor Fekecs

1913 Leveque-Salmson biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Leveque-Salmson
Span: 41'8" Length: 27'3" Weight empty: 1390 lb
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Lillie tractor biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Lillie
Span: 32' Length: 24'3"
Picture: http://www.aerofiles.com/

1913 Lohner Type B VI biplane
Country of Origin: Austria Designed and built by Lohner
Span: 44' Length: 30'3"
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Lohner Type L biplane
Country of Origin: Austria Designed and built by Lohner
Span: 53' Length: 33'8"
Picture from Japanese website

1913 Lohner Etrich E-1 racing monoplane
Country of Origin: Austria (Austro-Hungarian empire) Designed by Igo Etrich Built by Jacob Lohner & Co. Vienna
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Lohner "Pfeilflieger" AD 355 racing 2-seater biplane
Country of Origin: Austria Designed by Karl Paulal Built by J. Lohner & Co. Vienna
Picture and Information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Lohner-Etrich-Mickl-Paulal Type M flying boat
Country of Origin: Austria (Austro-Hungarian empire) Designed by Igo Etrich, J.Mickl and Paulal. Built by Jacob Lohner & Co. Vienna
Picture from Milan Javorsky

1913 Loughead G bi-flyingboat
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Loughead - later became Lockheed; this was their first plane.
Span: 46' Length: 30'
Picture: http://www aerofiles.com/

1913 LVG monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by LVG Company
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 LVG B-1 biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by LVG Co.
Span: 39'9" Length: 27'3" Weight: 1597 lbs Speed: 65 mph
Drawing from Milan Jarovsky

1913 LVG CIII Schneider biplane
Country of Origin: Switzerland/Germany Designed by Franz Schneider (Swiss) Built by LVG Company
Span: 47'7" Length: 29'6" Weight empty: 1675 lbs Speed: 67 mph
Drawing from Luftfahrtmuseum

1913 M-3 flyingboat
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by D. P. Grigovovich
Span: 44'10" Length: 26'3" Loaded Weight: 1918 lb
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Marine bi-flyingboat - first Austrian Navy flyingboat
Country of Origin: Austria Designed and built by Austrian Navy
Picture from www.luftfahrtsgeschichte.com

1913 Martin tractor Biplane Model T?
Speed: 60-100 mph Price: US$5000.-
Picture from //members.shaw.ca/flyingaces/

1913 Martin tractor 2-seater Biplane Model TT
Span: 38'8" Length: 24'
Model Plan: We could supply a very detailed technical drawing for building a scale model. Plan will be supplied on request from Herb (click the Early Birds logo below)
Picture from Bud Carlson

1913 Martin hydro-biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Glenn L. Martin Aircraft Co. formed in 1912 and which built over the years more than 80 different types with more than 11,000 planes, merged in 1995 with Lockheed
Picture from marylandaviationmuseum.org

1913 Martin-Handasyde No.6 or 7
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Helmuth P. Martin and George H. Handasyde
Span: 42' Length: 35'4" Weight allup: 1760 lb
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Martinsyde S-1 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Martinsyde Company
Span: 27'8" Length: 21' Speed: 84 mph
Drawing from Milan Jarovsky

1913 Meller-II pusher biplane (folding wings)
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by Dux factory
Span: 45' Length: 26'7" Loaded Weight: 1565 lb
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Meller-III monoplane with 2 tractor propellers
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by Dux factory
Span: 45' Length: 26'7" Loaded Weight: 1565 lb
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Mo biplane
Country of Origin: Japan Designed and built by Japanese Army
Span: 50'11" Length: 37' Empty weight: 1280 lb Speed: 59 mph
Picture from Yasui Hiko Studio

1913 Morane-Saulier Type "Demoiselle" monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by S.A. des Aeroplanes Morane-Saulier
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Morane-Saulier Type L two- seater parasol monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by S.A. des Aeroplanes Morane-Saulier
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Morane-Saulier Type M single-seater monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by S.A. des Aeroplanes Morane-Saulier
No picture found

1913 Nieuport VI Tandem sea-monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Edouard Nieuport
Length: 22'4" Wing area: 14.8 sq.yard
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Nieuport X 2-seater monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Edouard Nieuport
Span: 40'4" Length: 19' Weight: 880 lb Speed: 72 mph
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Nieuport XI single seater monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Edouard Nieuport
Span: 29'6" Length: 21'4" Weight: 595 lb Speed: 31-50 mph
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Nieuport Sesqui seaplane - tail mounted on two long booms fabricated of compressed paper! Only one built and flown
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Edouard Nieuport
Span: upper 49'3" lower 23' Length: 24'7" Speed: 31-50 mph
No picture found

1913 Nieuport-Dunne flying wing - only one built.
Country of Origin: France/UK Designed and built by Edouard Nieuport and John W. Dunne
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Otto monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Gustave Otto
Span: 49'3"
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Otto "Militärtyp"biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Gustave Otto
Picture from Deutsche Museum

1913 Parsons biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by J. G. Parsons and P. M. Muller
Span: top 39'6" bottom 25' Length: 26'4"
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Partridge-Keller No.1 biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by E.Partridge and H.Keller
Picture: http://www.aerofiles.com

1913 Partridge-Keller trainer biplane - 2-seater
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by E.Partridge and H.Keller
Picture: http://www.aerofiles.com

1913 Paterson No. 2bis sea-biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed by C. C. Paterson Built by Liverpool Motor House Ltd
Span: 32' Length: 32'9"
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Patterson-Francis twin tractor bi-flying boat - 2-seater (picture of a similar but later model)
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Charles Patterson and Roy Francis
Picture: http://www.aerofiles.com

1913 Perry Bradle T1 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by E. W. C. Perry and F. P. N. Bradle
Span: 25'
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Philippon Tandem monoplane - did it fly?
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Phillippon
Span: 17'10" Length: 26'3"
Picture courtesy L.E.Opdycke author French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Placek multiplane
Country of Origin: Czechia? Designed and built by Placek
Picture not yet found. Information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Ponnier D III monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Ponnier
Span: 23' Length: 18' Weight gross: 1100 lb Speed: 124 mph
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Ponnier Type Cavalrie
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Ponnier
Span: 30'2" Length: 17 3"' Weight gross: 825 lb Speed: 37-84 mph
No picture found

1913 Prodam-III 2 seater military monoplane - designed and built during 1913 but first flight early 1914
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Guido Prodam
Span: 36'1" Length: 27'11" Weight empty: 793 lbs Speed: 62 mph
Picture and Information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Radley England No. 2 waterplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by James Radley and Eric England
Span: top51' 7.5" bottom 45'10" Length: 29'9" Hull length: 18'
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 RAF BE 7 experimental biplane
Country of Origin: UK Constructed by Royal Aircraft Factory
Span: 39'6" Length: 27'3"
No picture found

1913 RAF BE 8 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Royal Aircraft Factory
Picture courtesy Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 RAF BS 1 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Royal Aircraft Factory
Span: 27'6" Length: 20'6" Weight allup: 1232 lb Speed: 51-92 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 RAF RE 1 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Royal Aircraft Factory
Span: 34' Weight allup: 1580 lb Speed: 48-78 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 RAF RE 2 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Royal Aircraft Factory
Span: 45'3-1/2" Length: 32'3" Speed: 60-75 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 RAF SE 2 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Royal Aircraft Factory
Span: 27'6" Length: 20'10" Weight allup: 1240 lb Speed: 91-96 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Ratmanoff Tandem 2-seater monoplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Ratmanoff
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Riggs-Wehr biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Guss Riggs and Lloyd Wehr
Span: 32'
Picture courtesy of www.earlyaviators.com

1913 Riggs-Wehr tractor biplane - one of earliest tractors in USA
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by E.Riggs and L.Wehr
Span: 32'
No picture found

1913 Rudlicki R-1
Country of Origin: Poland/Ukraine Designed by J.Rudlicki (Polish) built in Ukraine in 1913, but first flight only early 1914
Span: 29'6" Length: 29'6" Weight: 320 lbs
No picture found

1913 Robinson monoplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by William C. Robinson
No picture found

1913 Roland "Taube" ("Dove") biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Roland
Span: 45'6" Length: 31'9" Weight empty: 1323 lbs Speed: 62 mph
No picture found

1913 Rozental monoplane
Country of Origin: Latvia (Russian Empire) Designed and built by Alfred Rosentals
No picture found

1913 Rumpler monoplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Rumpler Company
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Sandford-Miller biplane (redesigned Howard Wright Farman)
Country of Origin: New Zealand Redesigned and built by Fredrik Sandford and William Miller
Picture unknown source

1913 Schmitt Type 7 biplane - in 1914 this plane broke 43 world records
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Paul Schmitt
Span: upper 57'5" lower 44'3" Weight gross: 3300 lbs Speed: 27-78 mph
Incident variation: between o° and 12°.
Picture courtesy Opdycke L.E. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Schwade 2-seater biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Schwade
Picture courtesy of www.earlyaviators.com

1913 Short No. S60 tractor biplane (sea and land)
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Short Bros.
Span: top 48' bottom 30' Weight allup: 1990 lb Speed: 65 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Short No. S64 tractor seaplane with folding wings
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Short Bros.
Span: top 56' bottom: 40' Length: 39' Weight allup: 3040 lb Speed: 78 mph
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Short No. S68 tractor seaplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Short Bros.
Span: 61' Length: 40'
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913? SIA R2 biplane
Country of Origin: Italy Designed and built by Soc. Ital. Aviazione
Picture from SIA

1913 Sikorsky "Grand" tractor biplane with only two engines,
later the plane became World's first 4 engine plane, now called Russkii Vitiaz (Russian Knight) tractor biplane - crew of 3.The only one built had an unusual end: The plane was destroyed being hit by an engine which broke loose from a passing airplane!
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by I. I. Sikorsky
Span: upper 89' lower: 66' Length: 66' Weight: 8800 lb gross Speed: 56 mph
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Sikorsky "Ilya Mourometz" (Hero in a Russian legend) 4-engine Biplane - Civil luxury airliner up to 16 passengers. The top of the fuselage became an open promenade deck for passengers (see picture)
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by I. I. Sikorsky
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Sikorsky S -9 Monocoque "Kruglyi" (Rounded One)
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by I.I. Sikorsky
Span: 39'4" Loaded Weight: 2182 lb Speed: 62 mph
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Sikorsky S -10 biplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by I.I. Sikorsky
Span: top 55'5" bottom: 39'4" Length: 26'3" Loaded Weight: 2227 lb Speed: 62 mph
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Sikorsky S-10A seaplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by Igor Sikorsky
Span: 45' Length: 34'6" Speed: 56 mph
Picture from Russian Aviation Museum

1913 Sikorsky S -11 "Pulukrugliy" (Half-Round) monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by I. I. Sikorsky
Span: 38'1" Length: 23' Loaded Weight: 2215 lb Speed: 63 mph
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Sopwith Bat Boats Type 1 BB1
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Sopwith Aviation Co.
Span: 41' Length: 30'4" Weight: 1540 lb allup Speed: 60-65 mph

Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Sopwith Bat Boats Type 1 BB2 and BB3 amphibian version
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Sopwith Aviation Co.
Span: 41' Length: 32' dihedral 3 deg

Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Sopwith Biplane Type D 3-seater
Span: 40' Length: 29'6" Weight: 1060/1810 lb Speed range: 40-75 mph
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by T.O.M.Sopwith

Picture from Encyclopedia of World Aircraft

1913 Sopwith HT (Hydro Tractor) biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Sopwith Aviation Co.
Span: 56'4" Twin-Floats: 15' long
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Sopwith Tractor Biplane Type DM hydro and land version
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Sopwith Aviation Co.
Span: 49'6" Length: 31' Weight: 2400 lb allup Speed: 60-65 mph

Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Sopwith Tabloid bi-seaplane
Country of Origin: UK Constructed by Sopwith Aviation Co.
Span: 25'6" Length: 20'4" Weight: 730 lb Speed: 93 mph
Picture from Peter Holloway

1913 Sopwith Tractor Type St.B (Stunt Bus) 2 seater - climb to 1200 ft in 1 minute, fully loaded!
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Shopwith Aviation Co.
Span: 25'6" Length: 30' Weight: 1060 lb allup Speed: 30-92 mph

Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Suranyi-II monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Ference Suranyi
Span: 39'4" Length: 33'8" Weight empty: 705 lbs Speed: 56 mph
Picture courtesy Andor Gibas, Information Gabor Fekecs

1913 Sutro twin tractor hydro-aeroplane - claims speed record of 51 mph
Country of Origin: USA Designed A.Sutro and built by W.Waterman
No picture found

1913 Svachulay Albatrosz IV monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Sandor Svachulay
Span: 29'6" Length: 24'7" Take-off Weight: 418 lb Speed: 56 mph
Picture and information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Svachulay Albatrosz V monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Sandor Svachulay
Span: 29'6 Length: 24'7 Take-off Weight: 375 Speed: 56 mph
No picture but information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Svachulay Kolibri IV monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Sandor Svachulay
Span: 19'8" Length: 16'5" Take-off Weight: 440 lb Speed: 78 mph
No picture but information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Svechnikov - 2 monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by A. N. Svechnikov
Span: 34'9" Length: 20'8" Loaded Weight: 815 lb
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Szekely IV 2-seater "parasol" monoplane - 2nd altitude prize achieving 610 meters
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Mihaly Szekely
Span: 36'1" Length: 28'11" Weight empty: 521 lbs Speed: 44 mph
Picture and Information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 SzekelyVI "BüBü" monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Mihaly Szekely
Span: 39'4" Length: 31'2" Weight empty: 540 lbs Speed: 53 mph
No picture found. Information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Takacs III monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Bela Takacs
Span: 32'10" Length: 26'3" Weight empty: 705 lbs Speed: 50 mph
Picture courtesy Andor Gibas, Information Gabor Fekecs

1913 Takacs IV monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Bela Takacs
Engine: 60 HP six cylinder radial
Picture courtesy Andor Gibas, Information Gabor Fekecs

1913 Takasou No. 3 and 4 biplane
Country of Origin: Japan Designed and built by Takayuki Takasou
Span: 36'9" Length: 36'1" Empty weight: 507 lb Speed: 38 mph
Picture from Yasui Hiko Studio

1913 Teveschenko-5 monoplane
Country of Origin: Russia Designed and built by F. F. Teveschenkov and A. Pishot
Picture from Russian website, currently inaccessible

1913 Thomas Hydro bi-flyingboat - first all-metal hull in USA
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by William and Oliver Thomas
Span: 33' Length: 23'
No picture found

1913 Thomas Nacell pusher biplane
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by William and Oliver Thomas
Span: 37' Length: 27'
No picture found

1913 Thomas Special Type E biplane - altitude record of 13,000 feet
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by William and Oliver Thomas
Span: upper 37' lower 27' Length: 27'
No picture found

1913 Toth IV monoplane - semi-monocoque fuselage
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Jozsef and Kalman Toth
Span: 34'3" Length: 29' Weight empty: 595 lbs Speed: 62 mph
No picture found. Information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Toth V monoplane - tandem 2-seater
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Jozsef and Kalman Toth
Span: 41'11" Length: 32'4" Weight empty: 600 lbs Speed: 50 mph
No picture found. Information from Gabor Fekecs

1913 Trebeudin biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Trebeudin
No picture found

1913 Tsuzuku monoplane No. 3 - built for Revolutionary Government of China
Country of Origin: Japan Designed and built by Tetsaburo Tzusuku
Span: 37'5" Length: 24'7" Weight: 1213 lb gross Speed: 56 mph
Picture by Kantosha Co.Ltd

1913? Union "Pfeil" ("Arrow") Biplane
Country of Origin: Germany Designed and built by Union Works
Picture courtesy of www.earlyaviators.com

1913 Van Meel "Brisk" biplane - first Dutch military airplane
Country of Origin: Holland Designed and built by Marinus Van Meel
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Vickers No. 26 "Pumpkin" biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Vickers Aircraft
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Vickers EFB.2 Type 18 and 18a biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Vickers Aircraft
Span: 38'7" Length: 29'2" Weight allup: 1760 lb Speed: 60 mph Range: 150 miles
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Vickers No. VII monoplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Vickers Aircraft
Span: 34'6" Length: 25' Weight allup: 1200 lb Speed: 70 mph Range: 350 miles
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Vickers No. VIII monoplane - side-by side two seater
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Vickers Aircraft
Span: 34'6" Weight: 700 lb Speed: 45-69 mph Price: £1300
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Vlaicu No. 3 monoplane
Country of Origin: Romania Designed and built by Aurel Vlaicu
Picture from Willem Mar

1913 Voisin Hydravion
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Freres Voisin
Picture from www.ctie.monash.edu

1913 Voisin ICARE biplane- carried 6 passengers S
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Freres Voisin
Span: 73'10" Length: 41' Weight: 4450 lb gross Speed: 68 mph

Picture courtesy Opdycke E.L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Voisin L Series biplane- Voisin most successful series, until 1918 over 6000 were built
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Freres Voisin
Span: 55'9"

Picture courtesy Opdycke E.L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Voisin Petit Blinde (Little Armoured One) biplane
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Freres Voisin
Picture courtesy Opdycke E.L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War

1913 Voisin 13.5 meter pusher biplane - forerunner of Voisin Wartime Pushers
Country of Origin: France Designed and built by Freres Voisin
Span: 44'3"
Picture courtesy Opdycke E. L. author of French Aeroplanes before the Great War
This is the last entry for these very active designers and manufacturers; a summary of their
planes each year may be of interest 1907 - 2, 1908 - 4, 1909 - 1, 1910 - 4, 1911 - 3, 1912 - 2, 1913 - 5; total - 21.
They kept on building planes for many years, of course.

1913 W & T Norman Thompson No. 1 biplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by J. D. C.White and Norman A. Thompson
Span: 30' Length: 24'
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A.Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Washington "Miss Columbia" bi-flyingboat - 2-seater
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Washington Aeroplanes Co.
Span: 38' Length: 29'
Picture: http://www.aerofiles.com

1913 Watson No.3 Biplane - rocking wings.
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by Preston A. Watson
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A. Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Westlake monoplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by A.Westlake
Span: 34' Length: 23'6"
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A. .Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Wight No. 1 seaplane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by J. Samuel Wight and Co.
Span: 44' Length: 30' Weight allup: 2000 lbs Speed: 70 mph Price: £2500
Picture courtesy of M.Goodall and A.Tagg (deceased) authors of British Aircraft before the Great War Published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd.Atglen PA.

1913 Wight No. 2 navy plane
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by J. Samuel Wight and Co.
Span: top 44' bottom 40' Length: 31'6" Weight allup: 2400 lbs Speed: 35-70 mph
Picture courtesy of M.Goodall and A.Tagg (deceased) authors of British Aircraft before the Great War Published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd.Atglen PA.

1913 Williams tractor headless biplane - 2-seater with twin rudders
Country of Origin: USA Designed and built by Osbert and Inez Williams
No picture found

1913 Wong biplane - Was exported to the Federal Malay States
Country of Origin: UK Designed and built by T.K.Wong Ltd
Picture courtesy of Goodall M. co-author with A. Tagg (deceased) of British Aircraft before the Great War Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Atglen

1913 Wright Model CH - Wrights' first hydroplane, modified Model C
Country of origin: USA. Designed and built by Wilbur & Orville Wright.
Picture courtesy of Wright web site www.first-to-fly.com where you will also find more information.

1913 Wright Model E - similar to EX, except only one 7' pusher and 2 large 24" balloon tires.
Country of origin: USA. Designed and built by Wilbur & Orville Wright.
Span:
36' Length: 27.9' Weight: 730 lbs.
Picture courtesy of Wright web site www.first-to-fly.com where you will also find more information.

1913 Wright Model F - first Wright model with fuselage and T-tail.
Country of origin: USA. Designed and built by Wilbur & Orville Wright.
Picture courtesy of Wright web site www.first-to-fly.com where you will also find more information.

1913 Wright Model G - this seaplane had a 38' span.
Country of origin: USA. Designed and built by Wilbur & Orville Wright
Span: 38' Length: 28' Weight: 1200 - 1300 lbs.
.
Picture courtesy of Wright web site www.first-to-fly.com where you will also find more information.

1913 Wroblewski II armoured 2-seater military monoplane - designed and developed during 1913 but first flight early 1914
Country of Origin: Poland/France Designed by Piotr Wroblewski Built in France
No picture found

1913 Zahradnicek monoplane
Country of Origin: Czechia Designed and built by Zahradnicek
Picture not yet found. Information from Milan Javorsky

1913 Zselyi-II monoplane
Country of Origin: Hungary Designed and built by Aladar Zselyi in 1913 but first flight only early 1914!
Span: 32'10" Length: 23' Takeoff weight: 1322 lbs Speed: 106 mph
Picture and information from Gabor Fekecs