JULES TYCK
1889-1924
 
 
Jules Tyck
 
 
JULES TYCK
Collection of Jean-Pierre Lauwers
 
 
ONLINE RESOURCES
     If you use the Google search engine on Jules Tyck (8-23-03), you will find about six links.
THE PIONEERS

     This website offers a resum of the history of aviation in Belgium from 1794 to 1996. Included in the story is the following paragraph which mentions Jules Tyck.
 
     "In 1910, the Aero-Club of Belgium organised a flying week in Brussels at the Stokkel Hippodrome. Eleven Belgian pilots were listed on the program : Pierre de Caters, Jan Olieslagers, Charles Van den Born, Joseph Christiaens, Jules Tyck, Jules de Laminne, Nicolas Kinet, Alphonse de Ridder, Joseph d'Hespel, and Alfred Lanser.
     Olieslagers established a new world record flying at a height of 1,524 metres."
 
 
JAN OLIESLAGERS
     This website, which is devoted primarily to the story of Jan Olieslagers, does briefly mention Jules Tyck. The site is written in French, but a machine translation is available directly from the link. If you wish to access the site from here, you can click on:
Jules Tyck
 

 
 
 
 
Jules G.J. Tyck was born in Antwerpen April 26, 1889.
He died in Hauteville , 21 October 21, 1924
from Wikipedia
 

 
 
Editor's Note:
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