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  1. Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik in 1914, with Otto C.I aircraft parked outside the hangar Gustav Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik was a pioneering German aircraft producer during the early part of the 20th century. Founded in 1910 by Gustav Otto in Bavaria, the firm was reorganized on 7 March 1916 into Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (BFW).

  2. Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik - Wikipedia Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik Gustav Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik was a pioneering German aircraft producer during the early part of the 20th century. Founded in 1910 by Gustav Otto in Bavaria, the firm was reorganized on 7 March 1916 into Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (BFW).

  3. Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik Gustav Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik, va ser una empresa pionera en la fabricació d'aeronaus formada per Gustav Otto el 1910. Posteriorment va ser reorganitzada com Bayerische Flugzeugwerke que va ser fusionada, l'any 1922, a BMW AG . Inicis

  4. Otto-Flugzeugwerke → Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik – None of the cited sources mention any entity called Otto-Flugzeugwerke, while they all mention Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik. Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik is currently a redirect to this article; the sources suggest it should be the other way around. Sincerely, SamBlob 01:02, 9 January 2012 (UTC)

  5. Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik in 1914, with Otto C.I aircraft parked outside the hangar Gustav Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik was a pioneering German aircraft producer during the early part of the 20th century. Founded in 1910 by Gustav Otto in Bavaria, the firm was reorganized on 7 March 1916 into Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (BFW).

  6. Gustav Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik was a pioneering German aircraft producer during the early part of the 20th century. Founded in 1910 by Gustav Otto in Bavaria, the firm was reorganized on 7 March 1916 into Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (BFW).[1] In 1917, a Bavarian aircraft engine maker called Rapp Motor

  7. yamm.finance › wiki › Gustav_Otto_FlugmaschinenfabrikOtto Flugmaschinenfabrik

    In 1911 Gustav moved the company and renamed it "Gustav Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik". The official entry appears as No. 14/364: "Gustav Otto in Munich, flying machine factory, office at 72 Karlstrasse." Shortly afterwards, Otto moved the workshop from its original location at 37 Gabelsberger Strasse to new premises at 135 Schleissheimer Strasse.