Dimensions of the various parts depend upon the plan adopted and the size of the main plane.
There were three wheels—two under the main plane and the third under the tail for starting and alighting.
It was driven by a 100-horsepower Gnome motor and a propeller 10 feet in diameter, which was placed at the rear of the main plane.
The engine was just under and at the front of the main plane, driving a single propeller.
The main plane has a spread of 29 feet, and has a total supporting surface of 129 square feet.
The operator sat just to the rear and above the engine so he could look out and over the top of the main plane.
The passengers were seated underneath the main plane on the framework which extended out to the rear.
The balance in this machine is preserved by large hinged ailerons at the outer rear edges of the main plane.
Two other vertical surfaces between the main plane gave the machine the appearance of three box kites side by side.
A rudder, to keep the machine in a straight course, can be added underneath the centre of the main plane.