BlériotXI. This Swedish-built machine was manufactured under license by AB Enoch Thulins Aeroplanfabrik (AETA) at Landskrona in 1918. As such it is designated a Thulin A. The aircraft was used by the Thulin flying school for a year before being sold to the O'Conor family. It is not believed to have been subsequently flown and was stored in a disassembled state in a boathouse. Mickael Carlson acquired the remains in 1989, and the aircraft was restored with the first post-restoration flight taking place in the spring of 1991. The aircraft has subsequently appeared at a number of airshows, and on July 25, 1999 made a commemorative flight across the channel on the 90th anniversary of Bleriot's crossing (and completing the flight 7 minutes faster than Bleriot on twice as much horsepower). In 2006 the aircraft was brought to New Zealand to participate in the Warbirds over Wanaka airshow.