International Aviation Meeting 1910
On 17th December 1903, the Wright brothers made four powered flights of ninety-seven seconds in total in a biplane powered by a 12hp engine which they had designed and built themselves. This was celebrated at an International Aviation Meeting (IAM) of 1910. Christchurch History Society has used the drawings, photographs and information within its Archive to put together this compilation to guide the reader to the types of aeroplanes flown at the IAM, together with their duration and capabilities, as recorded in the final results of the competition.
Ian C Andrew 1st Edition 2003 Paperback 34 pages