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This website is devoted to collecting and providing information on the aircraft of a remarkable man, Louis Bleriot, who changed history with his pioneering flight from France to England across the English Channel on July 25, 1909.  

Click the map to read several accounts of that achievement:


 A dedicated community of aviation history enthusiasts preserves his memory today by restoring his surviving original planes, creating functional replicas of his unique designs and sharing their fascinating experiences with others.

The Bleriot XI Monoplane-1909


Roger Freeman, a Pilot and president of the Vintage Aviation Historical Foundation, flies a replica of a 1909 French Bleriot airplane during the organization's second annual meeting at the Old Kingsbury Aerodrome near Seguin, where there are plans to build a museum.

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