Vliegweek van Antwerpen
Antwerp, Belgium, October 23rd - November 2nd 1909

1
Voisin "De Caters No. V"
Pilot: Pierre de Caters
Engine: 50 hp Vivinus I-4
De Caters brought two planes to the meeting. This one was used in Berlin and Frankfurt and the Berlin race number 8 can still be seen. (1)

1
Voisin
Pilot: Pierre de Caters
Engine: 50 hp Vivinus I-4
This is one of de Caters' replacement planes, looking factory-fresh. (1)

2
Voisin
Pilot: Henri Rougier
Engine: 50 hp ENV V-8
(2)

3
Wright
Pilot: Paul Wilford
Engine: 30 hp Bariquand & Marre I-4
(3)
4
Voisin
Pilot: Alfred Nervø
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
Damaged his plane at Frankfurt and had to cancel his appearance.

Photo wanted!
5
Voisin
Pilot: Fritz Schlüter
Engine: ?
Did not make any flights, sold the airplane to de Caters during the meeting.

6
Blériot XI
Pilots: Jan Olieslagers
Engine: 25 hp Anzani 3-cyl.
(4)

7
Druet
Pilot: Léon Druet
Engine: ?
It is not certain that this photo was taken at the Antwerp meeting. It might show an earlier version of the plane. (5)

8
Tips
Pilot: Maurice Tips
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
The plane could only make short flights in a straight line and was probably only displayed at the Antwerp meeting. (6)

9
Bulot
Pilot: Walther Bulot
Engine: Anzani 3-cyl.?
Did probably not fly. (4)
10
?
Pilot: Gabriel Poulain
Engine: ?
Did not participate.

11
Voisin "Octavie No. 3"
Pilot: Henri Brégi
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
Louis Paulhan's plane. The photo looks like it has been retouched and might not actually show Brégi's plane. (2)

Photo wanted!
12
Blériot XI
Pilot: Crahay
Engine: 25 hp Anzani 3-cyl.

13
Blériot XI
Pilot: Léon Molon
Engine: 25 hp Anzani 3-cyl.
(7)
?
Pilot: Lebauche?
The reports in "Flight" mention a pilot named Lebauche. This is probably an error, since the flights of this "Lebauche" match those of Brégi in other reports, and Brégi isn't mentioned in the "Flight" reports. We don't know of any early pilot by the name of Lebauche.