Hanseatische Flugzeugwerke Karl Caspar AG

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Former Hansa Flugzuegwerke factory of Karl Caspar from 1911-1914, is separated 1916 from Hansa und Brandenburgische Flugzeugwerke GmbH, and comes back under control of Karl Caspar. Manufactures unspecified aircraft under license plus, in 1918, prototype twin-engined cannon-armed fighter. About September 1918, buys Fokker factory at Travemunde; in 1921 transfers activities to Travemunde factory and becomes Caspar Werke.

becomes Caspar Werke 1921, changes name and location

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Names Hanseatische Flugzeugwerke Karl Caspar AG, Caspar Werke
Country Germany
City Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel; acquired location at Travemunde, 1918, to where it relocates 1921.
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Started aero 1916
Ended aero 1921
Key people Karl Caspar