Farman Fighting Types

Farman Two Seater

The Farman Brothers were among the pioneers in French aviation, Henri Farman winning several of the prizes offered in the first years of aviation development with his early machines. He came to this country for one of the International meets but, being a very conservative flyer, proved a disappointment to American spectators. From this beginning, the Farman establishment has grown to a factory which has 5000 employes and which is said to produce ten machines a day, all of the parts being turned out of the same plant.

Specifications from Practical Aviation

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