File:Enrico Cobioni 1912.JPG

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English: Italian pilot Enrico Cobioni shortly before leaving Vizzola Ticino for Milan on April 14, 1912. The Vizzola Ticino-Milan-Vizzola Ticino raid took 55 minutes and was completed successfully.
Source Giovanni Celoria, Tre anni di aviazione nella brughiera di Somma Lombardo (5 aprile 1910 – 5 aprile 1913), Milano, Stab. Tip. Unione Cooperativa, 1913. (Ristampato in edizione anastatica a cura di Romano Turrini, Trento, Il Sommologo – Museo dell'Aeronautica G. Caproni – Comune di Arco, 2004).
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