Alfred Leblanc

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Alfred Leblanc yn'e cockit (om 1915)

Alfred Leblanc (Parys, 13 april 1869 - 22 novimber 1921) wie in Frânsk loftfeartpionier (ballonfarder en piloat) en yngenieur.[1] Hy wie piloat n° 17 fan Frankryk, dy't op 16 desimber 1909 syn fleanbrevet helle. Hy waard beïerdige op Père-Lachaise yn Parys .

Rekôrs[bewurkje seksje | boarne bewurkje]

  • 1910 - de earste piloat dy't syn fleanbrevet helle by in offisjeel eksamen.[2]
  • 1910 - snelheidsrekord op de ien myl.[3]


Boarnen, noaten en referinsjes[boarne bewurkje]

Boarnen, noaten en/as referinsjes:
  1. Alfred Leblanc, sjoen op 27-12-2010. Early Aviators
  2. Anzovin, Steven, Famous First Facts 2000, s. 25 item 1310, ISBN 0-8242-0958-3
  3. Le Blanc Flies Fast Mile. Covers St. Louis Course in 53 Seconds. Will Be in International Race [1] Alfred Le Blanc, who is to pilot the French balloon Isle de France in the international balloon race for the James Gordon Bennett Cup here next week, established to-day what is said to be a world's record for aeroplane speed over a measured course. With a Blériot monoplane Le Blanc made a mile in 53 seconds, incidentally setting an American speed record. New York Times, 15 oktober 1910. Sjoen 2010-12-28