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Type I Role Experimental aircraft National origin France Manufacturer Louis Breguet Designed by Louis Breguet First flight 28 June 1909 The Breguet Type I (also known simply as the Breguet Tractor Biplane[1]) was an experimental aircraft built in France in 1909, Louis Breguet's first fixed-wing aircraft design.[1][2] The frame design was essentially a rectangular prism, with two upper and two lower longerons braced at a number of points along their length. Both sets of longerons supported a set of wings and a horizontal stabiliser, with the vertical bracing at the tail end carrying a pair of rudders. Each of the lower longerons was fitted with a tailwheel and the main undercarriage consisted of a single unit with dual wheels fitted underneath the lower set of wings, framed by a pair of skids. This lower set of wings also carried outrigger wheels near its tips. A gondola mounted above the lower wings contained a set for the pilot and a mount for a V-8 engine that powered the aircraft via a tractor-mounted propeller.[2] The framework was largely of steel.[3] Unlike modern fixed-wing aircraft, pitch control was achieved by pivoting the wings themselves, rather than by the use of elevators.[4] The machine was displayed in an unfinished state at the Olympia Aero Show in London in March 1909[3] and first took to the air on 28 June.[2] Breguet himself flew this aircraft in the Reims Aviation Meet in September,[5] but crashed when the machine was caught in a gust of wind and dashed to the ground. Breguet himself was unharmed.[2] Specifications Data from Hartmann 2005, p.6 General characteristics Crew: One pilot Length: 9.15 m (30 ft 0 in) Wingspan: 13.70 m (44 ft 11 in) Wing area: 40.0 m² (404 ft²) Empty weight: 580 kg (1,300 lb) Gross weight: 800 kg (1,800 lb) Powerplant: 1 × Renault V-8, 45 kW (60 hp) Performance Maximum speed: 60 km/h (40 mph) Notes ^ a b Grant 2002, p. 64 ^ a b c d Hartman 2005, p.6 ^ a b "The First British Aero-Show" 1909, 177 ^ "Types of Flyers" 1909, 360 ^ Massac Buist 1909, 539 References "The First British Aero Show". Flight: 171–73. 27 March 1909. http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1909/1909%20-%200169.html. Retrieved 2008-12-07.  "Types of Flyers and Sketches of some Leading Models". Flight: 360–62. 19 June 1909. http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1909/1909%20-%200358.html. Retrieved 2008-12-07.  Grant, R.G. (2002). Flight: The complete history. New York, New York: Dorling Kindersley Limited.  Hartmann, Gérard (2005). "Les premiers appareils Breguet". La Coupe Schneider et hydravions anciens/Dossiers historiques hydravions et moteurs. http://www.hydroretro.net/etudegh/breguet.pdf. Retrieved 2008-12-07.  Massac Buist, H. (4 September 1909). "The Flying Races at Rheims". Flight: 537–41. http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1909/1909%20-%200535.html. Retrieved 2008-12-07.  v • d • e Aircraft produced by Breguet Aviation Breguet Aerhydroplane • Breguet-Richet Gyroplane Type I • Type II • Type III • 4 • 5 • 6 • 12 • 14 • 16 • 17 • 19 • 20 • 22 • 26 • 27 • 230 • 280 • 390 • 460 • 470 • 482 • 500 • 520 • 690 • 730 • 890 • 790 • 940 • 960 • 1000 • 1050 • 1150 v • d • e Lists relating to aviation General Timeline of aviation · Aircraft (manufacturers) · Aircraft engines (manufacturers) · Rotorcraft (manufacturers) · Airports · Airlines (defunct) · Civil authorities · Museums Military Air forces · Aircraft weapons · Missiles · Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) · Experimental aircraft Accidents/incidents General · Military · Commercial (airliners) · Deaths Records Airspeed · Distance · Altitude · Endurance · Most-produced aircraft