The Blériot Bl.111 braced monoplane airliner had a wing of mixed wood and metal construction covered with fabric, the fuselage was of all-wood construction with plywood covering. Only three were produced, however, re-engined several times, they were developed into the following versions:
Bl.1111 (c/n 01).
First flown 1928, fitted with a 280 hp Hispano-Suiza 6Mbr, registered F-ALZE
Bl.1112 (c/n 02).
First flown October 1, 1929, fitted with a 240 hp Lorraine 7Me Mizar, registered F-ALND
Bl.1113 (c/n 02).
First flown March 12, 1930, fitted with a 420 hp Gnome-Rhone 9Ady, sold to the Spanish Republican forces on August 20, 1936
Bl.1114 (c/n 01).
First flown October 16, 1930, fitted with a 400 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Jb, first French designed and produced aircraft fitted with a manually operated retractable undercarriage
Bl.1115 (c/n 01).
First flown October 16, 1932, fitted with a 500 hp Hispano-Suiza 12Mbr, later flown fitted with a 500 hp Gnome-Rhone 14K
Bl.1116 (c/n 1).
First flown May 1934, fitted with an 840 hp Gnome-Rhone 14Kbrs, registered F-ANJS, sold to the Spanish Republican forces in August 1936