While René Hanriot had created several pre-war aeroplanes starting in 1907, his company, Aeroplanes Hanriot et Cie, only built planes under contract until coming up with the famous Hanriot H.D.1. As time wore on, Hanriot played less of a role in aeroplane design and passed the torch to M. Pagny and in 1913 A. Ponnier, designer of the ill-fated Ponnier M.1. Hanriot returned to business in mid-war and recruited Pierre Dupont to design the HD-1 (Hanriot-Dupont 1).
Production aircraft from the Great War or shortly thereafter include:
- Davilla, p.270
- Bruce'66, pp. 1-6.