This Week’s Hints to help you along:
- What may be the world’s first flying saucer.
- Couldn’t compare to the popular Blériot planes.
- An innovative design from a designer who would go far.
- It is either English, French, German or American?
So do you know what this aircraft is?
Post a REPLY below with your best guess!
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4 thoughts on “The First Flying Saucer?”
The Umbrella Plane or McCormick-Romme plane in 1911, built by Chance Vought.
McCormick – Romme Cycloplane – “Umbrella Plane”
Ii is the Umbrella plane from Romme and Chance Vought as a consultant in 1911.
Correct! The “Umbrella Plane”!