Ateliers d'Aviation Edouard Surcouf, Blériot et Voisin
Appears to have built Blériot No. 1, Voisin-Blériot glider seaplane, 1905. Also appears to have built the Filiasi Hydroplane, 1906, named for its customer as became its tradition, and the next three Blériot seaplanes. None of these were successful. Apparently with the other partners out of the way, Gabriel and Charles formed their own manufacturing firm, Appareils d'Aviation Les Freres Voisin on 5 Nov 1906, and assumed the factory on Rue de la Ferme.
SD296 does not mention the Ateliers d'Aviation and instead dates Appareils d'Aviation Les Frères Voisin as 1905.
|Names||Ateliers d'Aviation Édouard Surcouf, Blériot et Voisin|
|City||Rue de la Ferme, Billancourt, Paris;|
|Key people||Édouard Surcouf, Louis Blériot, Gabriel Voisin, Charles Voisin|