Two New French Seaplanes: Lioré et Olivier Flying Boats for the South Atlantic and Trans‐Mediterranean Services
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology
Article publication date: 1 May 1934
THE Etablissements Lioré et Olivier, whose plant is located at Argenteuil, near Paris, have completed tests on two new flying boats of interest. These are the LeO H 27 and the LeO H 24‐2, both of which have the same aerodynamic characteristics and are derivations of the LeO H 24, built in 1929 as an experimental type. The H 27 has been built for trans‐Atlantic flights to South America, and will shortly be prepared for its first ocean flight over the route of the old Compagnie Aéropostale. The H 24‐2 was built as a transport machine for the Air France trans‐Mediterranean Service, and after tests at Antibes has already been placed in service between Marseilles and Algeria.
(1934), "Two New French Seaplanes: Lioré et Olivier Flying Boats for the South Atlantic and Trans‐Mediterranean Services", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 6 No. 5, pp. 121-122. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029799
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