Developed from the Lorraine-Hanriot LH.10, the Hanriot H.16 was a trainer with a 120-hp Renault 4P engine of which 44 examples were built for the French air force in 1934. Of these, the final 29 were completed to H.16/1 or H.161 standard, supposedly as observation aircraft. By 1937 they were given to the Aviation Populaire flying clubs. Photo from: Paul Altayrac collection
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