Bleriot Before WW I
Bleriot During WW I
Bleriot after WW I
- Bleriot I (1901) Unmanned ornithopter powered by a carbonic acid engine.
- Blériot II (1905) Biplane floatplane glider built for Blériot by Gabriel Voisin. Crashed on first attempt at flight and abandoned.
- Blériot III (1906) Tandem-wing biplane powered by 24 hp (18 kW) Antoinette engine. Not successful.
- Blériot IV (1906) Modification of Type III, powered by two Antoinette engines. Not successful.
- Blériot V (1907) Single-seat, single-engine monoplane of canard configuration.
- Blériot VI (1907) Single-seat, single-engine aircraft of tandem wing configuration.
- Blériot VII (1907)
- Blériot VIII (1908)
- Blériot IX (1908) Tractor configuration monoplane. Never flown. Preserved in the collection of the Musée de l'Air in Paris.
- Blériot X (1908) canard configuration biplane, never flown.
- Blériot XI (1909) Single-seat, single-engine tractor configuration monoplane. The type in which the first flight across the English Channel was made. Blériot XI
- Blériot XII (1909) Single-seat, single-engine high-wing monoplane.
- Blériot XIII (1910) Five-seat pusher configuration biplane.
- Blériot XIV (1910) Two-seat monoplane.
- Blériot XX (1910) Single seat monoplane with elongated triangular tailplane.
- Blériot XXI (1911) Two-seat military monoplane with elongated triangular tailplane. Exhibited at the 1911 Paris Aero Salon. One example was flown the 1912 British Military Aeroplane Competition.
- Blériot XXIII (1911) Racing monoplane with narrow-chord wings powered by a 100 hp (75 kW) Gnome. Flown by Alfred Leblanc in the 1911 Gordon Bennett Trophy competition, coming second.
- Blériot XXIV (1911) The Bleriot Limousine, similar to the Type XIII but with an enclosed passenger cabin. Exhibited at the 1911 Paris Aero Salon.
- Blériot XXV (1911) Single-seater pusher canard monoplane.
- Blériot XXVI (1911) Single-seater pusher canard triplane. One built, probably not flown.
- Blériot XXVII (1911) Single-seat racing monoplane powered by a 50 hp (37 kW) Gnome. One built, exhibited at the 1911 Paris Aero Salon. Preserved and on display at the RAF Museum.
- Blériot XXVIII Populaire (1911) A version of the Type XI with a modified engine cowling, powered by a 35 hp (26 kW) Anzani. Exhibited at the 1911 Paris Aero Salon
- Blériot XXIX (1912) Unbuilt pusher two-seat military observation monoplane.
- Blériot XXIX (1912) Unbuilt sports monoplane.
- Blériot XXXIII (1912) Two-seat canard monoplane powered by a 70 hp (52 kW) Gnome.
- Blériot XXXVI (1912) Two-seat military monoplane, exhibited at the 1912 Paris Aero Salon. Circular section fuselage with a streamlined cowling enclosing the engine, rudder in two parts above and below the fuselage, and an undercarriage consisting of a pair of wheels on a cross-axle mounted on V-struts supplemented by a single central skid projecting forward.
- Blériot XXXVII (1913) Development of the Type XXV. Crashed at Buc on 25 November 1913, killing the pilot, Edmond Perreyon
Bleriot During WW I
- Blériot 67 Four-engined bomber, single prototype only.
- Blériot 73 Four-engined bomber, single prototype only.
- Blériot 74 Four-engined bomber, single prototype only.
Bleriot after WW I
- Blériot 75 (1919) Four-engined airliner, developed from the Type 74
- Blériot 115 (1923) Four-engined airliner.
- Bleriot 118 (1925) Twin-engined amphibian flying-boat fighter aircraft.
- Blériot 106 (1924) Single-engined cabin monoplane.
- Blériot 135 (1924) Development of the Type 115.
- Blériot 155 (1925) Four-engined airliner.
- Blériot 165(1926) Four-engined airliner.
- Blériot 127 (1929) Twin-engined bomber.
- Blériot 195 (1929) Four-engined Monoplane Mail-carrier in both land and floatplane configurations.
- Blériot 110 (1930) Single-seat, single-engine high-wing long-distance monoplane.
- Blériot 111 (1929) Four-seat passenger transport aircraft.
- Blériot 125 (1931) Twin-engined airliner carrying passengers in twin fuselages.
- Bleriot 290 (1931) Single-engine light amphibian flying boat.
- Blériot 5190 (1933) Four-engine parasol-wing monoplane flying boat, intended as a transatlantic mail carrier.