The "popular" model of Deperdussin was produced in quantity
and was a great improvement over the earlier Bleriot type machines.The
Deperdussen has enough power and reliability to be able to make
sustained cross-country flights and was also ideal for training. Therefore
the aircraft equipped several flying schools, One of these aircraft
third in the 1911 Daily Mail Circuit of Britain contest. During
the course of it's life the Deperdussin was fitted with several
different engines and seating arrangements. Versions of the Deperdussin
were user by the military during 1912 and up to World War One.
Shown above is the exploded view of the Deperdussin
This Model is included on the
Model of the Deperdussin B Submitted by Bob Martin. Thanks Bob!