Louis Charles Breguet (2 January 1880 in Paris – 4 May 1955 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Île-de-France) was a French aircraft designer and builder, one of the early aviation pioneers .
Louis-Charles Bréguet, (born Jan. 2, 1880, Paris—died May 4, 1955, Paris), French airplane builder, many of whose planes set world records, and founder of Air France. Bréguet was educated at the Lycée Condorcet and Lycée Carnot and at the École Supérieure d’Électricité.
Louis Charles Bréguet, French Aviation Pioneer, Engineer and Industrialist, (b. January 2, 1880, Paris, France, d. May 5, 1955) developed an early interest in aviation technology. He developed a wind tunnel in 1905 which would measure and evaluate the effects of airflow on airfoils.
Louis Charles Breguet was born into a family with a tradition in engineering science. He developed an early interest in the fledgling aeronautic technology and in 1905 developed a sophisticated wind tunnel in which he was able to measure and evaluate in depth, the effects of airflow on airfoils.
Jan 22, 2021 · Louis Charles Breguet was an aero inventor. He filed patents from 17, rue du Colonel Moll, Paris. He developed a gyroplane 'based on the principles of' the gyroscope.  And exhibited a 'helicopter-airplane' (the same as the gyroplane?) at the 11th Paris Motor Show in 1908.
Jan 7, 2022 · Louis-Charles Breguet. Breguet Aviation produced planes for France during World War I. That history begins with Louis-Charles Breguet (1880-1955), great-great-grandson of Abraham-Louis and one of early aviation’s major pioneers. Educated in engineering at France’s École supériuere d’électricité, Louis-Charles embarked upon a different ...
The company was founded during 1911 by Louis-Charles Breguet, an early French airplane designer and builder, and his brother, Jacques.  That same year, Bréguet's first airplane established a new speed record during a 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) flight. In 1912, Bréguet constructed his first seaplane.