Internationale Flugwoche
Berlin, Germany, May 10th - 16th, 1910

Results:


Dauerflugpreis
For the longest flight during the meeting. In order to encourage flights early in the day, when conditions were normally are favourable, a bonus was granted for those who started their flights earliest. This amounted to ten minutes per hour of difference in starting time.


Pilot
Plane
Time
Prize
Notes
1.
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
2 h 11:29.6
10,000 Mark
Donated by the Kaiserliche Automobil-Club
2.
Paul Engelhard
Wright
1 h 37:18.6
2,000 Mark
Donated by the Luftverkehrs-Gesellschaft
3.
Alfred Frey
Farman
50:23.0
1,000 Mark
Donated by an anonymous sponsor


Totalisationspreis
For the longest total flight time during the meeting.


Pilot
Plane
Time
Prize
Notes
1.
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
5 h 13:34.8
3,000 Mark

2.
Paul Engelhard
Wright
2 h 42:39.0
2,000 Mark



Preis für den kleinsten geflogenen Kreis (10, 12, 14 and 16 May)
For the smallest circle flown. The contest was judged by three observers outside the circle, each from his position measuring the angle between the tangents. The diameters were calculated from these measurements. Prizes were donated by "an anonymous supporter of aviation".


Pilot
Plane
Diameter
Prize
Notes
1.
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
115 m
7,000 Mark

2.
Alfred Frey
Farman
166 m
3,000 Mark

3.
Pierre de Caters
Voisin
194 m




Gleitflugpreis (11, 13 and 15 May)
For the longest glide. Two wires marked with small balloons were arranged ten meters above the ground and 30 metres apart. The flyers had to fly below the wires and stop the engine between them, with the longest distance after the second wire winning.


Pilot
Plane
Distance
Prize
Notes
1.
Pierre de Caters
Voisin
196.27 m
5,000 Mark
Donated by the Kaiserliche Aero-Club
2.
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
174,45 m
2,000 Mark
Donated by an anonymous sponsor


Preis für die Landung auf vorgeschriebenem Platz (11, 13 and 15 May)
For precision landing. After passing over a wire marked with small red balloons ten meters above the ground, the flyers should come to a stop as close as possible to a line 100 meters beyond the wire, with a minimum landing run. The result was calculated by adding the distance from the 100 m line to the length of the landing run, with the lowest sum winning.


Pilot
Plane
Result
Prize
Notes
1.
Pierre de Caters
Voisin
32.32 m
4,000 Mark
Donated by Gustav Krupp von Bohlen-Halbach
2.
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
53.59 m
1,000 Mark
Donated by Gustav Krupp von Bohlen-Halbach
3.
Not awarded


500 Mark
Donated by Deutsche Bioscope-Gesellschaft


Höhenkurven-Preis (10, 12, 14 and 16 May)
Obstacle course above, below and above three wires marked with small balloons ten meters above the ground. The distances between the wires were 50 metres for the first trials and then reduced, with the winner being the one who managed to complete the shortest course.


Pilot
Plane
Result
Prize
Notes
1.
Pierre de Caters
Voisin
40 m
4,000 Mark
Donated by the city of Berlin
2.
Not awarded


1,000 Mark
Donated by the city of Berlin
3.
Not awarded


500 Mark
Donated by an anonymous sponsor


Passagierflugpreis
For longest flight with a passenger during the meeting. The minimum combined weight of pilot and passenger was 150 kg, with ballast added if necessary. In order to encourage flights early in the day, when conditions were normally less favourable, a bonus was granted for those who started their flights earliest. This amounted to ten minutes per hour of difference in starting time.


Pilot
Plane
Time
Prize
Notes
1.
Paul Engelhard
Wright
24:39
2,000 Mark
Donated by the Berliner Verein für Luftschiffahrt
2.
Alfred Frey
Farman
23:28
1,000 Mark
Donated by Terrain-Ges. am Teltowkanal Rudow-Johannisthal


Frühpreis
Daily prizes for the first three laps flown between three o'clock (the time for the start of official flights) and four o'clock, donated by the Flug- und Sportplatz Berlin-Johannisthal GmbH.

10 May:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
1.
Paul Engelhard
Wright
1,000 Mark
2.
Not awarded

500 Mark

11 May:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
1.
Not awarded

1,000 Mark
2.
Not awarded

500 Mark

12 May:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
1.
Paul Engelhard
Wright
1,000 Mark
2.
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
500 Mark

13 May:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
1.
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
1,000 Mark
2.
Not awarded

500 Mark

14 May:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
1.
Pierre de Caters
Voisin
1,000 Mark
2.
Ellery von Gorrissen
Euler
500 Mark

15 May:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
1.
Robert Svendsen
Voisin
1,000 Mark
2.
Robert Thelen
Wright
500 Mark

16 May:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
1.
Pierre de Caters
Voisin
1,000 Mark
2.
Alfred Frey
Farman
500 Mark


Photographier-Preis
For the best photograph taken from an aeroplane in flight. Prizes donated by the Aero-Correspondenz, Berlin.


Prize
Notes
1.
300 Mark
Not awarded?
2.
200 Mark
Not awarded?


Ehrenpreis
Honorary prize offered by the Berliner Verein für Luftschiffahrt to the flyer with the highest total time flown while competing for the Dauerflugpreis, Passagierflugpreis and Frühpreis.

Pilot
Plane
Time
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
4 h 54:54.8


Total prize money won:

Pilot
Plane
Prize
Emil Jeannin
Aviatik
24,500 Mark
Pierre de Caters
Voisin
15,000 Mark
Paul Engelhard
Wright
8,000 Mark
Alfred Frey
Farman
5,500 Mark
Robert Svendsen
Voisin
1,000 Mark
Ellery von Gorrissen
Euler
500 Mark
Robert Thelen
Wright
500 Mark