Flown for the first time in June 1928, the Type 110 was
designed by M Dutartre as a contender in the so-called
"Jockey" lightweight interceptor contest in which it
competed against nine other types. Two prototypes
were built, these being of all-metal construction and
powered by the 500hp Hispano-Suiza 12Mb 12-cylinder
liquid-cooled engine, the first prototype having fabric
and the second metal wing skinning. Basically a parasol
monoplane, the Type 110 was fitted with a jettisonable
aerofoil-section fuel tank inserted in the fuselage
aft of the main undercarriage members in the form of
stub wings. Armament comprised two Vickers guns.
On 1 July 1929, the first prototype was destroyed in an
accident and no further development was undertaken.
|A three-view drawing (1635 x 1020)|
| Take-off weight||1500 kg||3307 lb|
| Wingspan||10.50 m||34 ft 5 in|
| Length||6.50 m||21 ft 4 in|
| Height||2.83 m||9 ft 3 in|
| Wing area||21.00 m2||226.04 sq ft|
| Max. speed||296 km/h||184 mph|
| Range||500 km||311 miles|
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