Established 1922. Specialized in trainer aircraft. Early type designations signified that Alfred Renard was chief designer. In April 1923 flew RSV.32-90 and developed several biplane types and parasol monoplanes. Greatest success was S.V.4 series of two-seat trainer biplanes, built from 1933 and famed for maneuverability and strength. Type was also built by SNCAN (q.v.) in France. S.V.5 was military multipurpose type; S.V.7 a bomber/reconnaissance biplane; S.V.10 a two-seat twin-engined military multipurpose type for Belgian Government. Although the company's Antwerp factory was destroyed in Second World War the name lives on in aerobatic flying.

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