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1910 British and Colonial Aeroplane Co formed a flying school, with premises at Brooklands, near London, and Larkhill on Salisbury Plain. This flying school was regarded as one the best in the world, between 1910 and 1914. By 1914, 308 of the 664 Royal Aero Club certificates issued had been gained at the Company's schools.

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