|Designer||Emile Eugene Dupont|
|First flight||Jan 1916 |
|Number built||10 |
|Engine||Gnome 9C rotary|
|Max Speed||167 km/h (104 mph) |
|Climb||100m in 4:40 |
The diminutive Ponnier M.1 was test-flown by Nungesser (who crashed it) and other pilots and was found unacceptable, so it was never purchased by Aviation Militaire. However, Belgium was at the time having a hard time obtaining sufficient Nieuport fighters, so they placed an order for thirty M.1s. They were found to be difficult to fly, even after various adjustments were effected, and only ten were delivered. They may have never made it to the front lines. 
For more information, see Wikipedia:Ponnier M.1.
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Miniatures and Models
- Shapeways: Kampfflieger
- Davilla, p.423.