Flight 1938-04
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THE WESTLAND LYSANDER: "Bristol" Mercury engine. Two- seat high-wing braced monoplane specifically for army co-operation, with high performance and manoeuvrability to cope with high-speed attack. With enclosed and heated full-vision cockpits, and slots and flaps for the slow landings and quick take-offs essential to army co-operation types. Fixed undercarriage of clean design. In quantity production by Westland Aircraft Ltd.
The Armstrong-Whitworth “Ensign” air liner, the first of a fleet now being built for Imperial Airways, is fitted with Marconi AD57/5872 equipment
The attractive low-wing monoplane is the Miles Peregrine.
SARO LONDONS OF No. 204 SQUADRON ARRIVING AT SYDNEY ON 26th JAN. 1938 IN CONFORMITY WITH THE SCHEDULE AFTER THEIR FLIGHT FROM PLYMOUTH
The de Havilland Aircraft Company Limited announce that they are engaged on the production of a twin-engined transport aircraft of metal construction, for deliveries in 1939.
SOMETHING NEW FOR THE PRIVATE OWNER: The Miles Monarch two-three seater, which was illustrated for the first time in last week’s issue, flying near Reading. Its lines are distinctly familiar, though one or two interesting innovations will appear in due course.
The recent introduction of the "Bloch 220" on Air France European Services permits faster times as well as greater comfort. On its first flight this machine smashed the London-Paris record by completing the journey in 51 minutes. Air France offers the European and World traveller a network of regular services which takes him or her to the four corners of the earth or as near there as it is possible to fly.
Three-engined high-speed commercial aeroplane for long distance service (civil version of the world-famous S.M 79 which won the Istres - Damascus - Paris race). ACCOMMODATION FOR 10 PASSENGERS. CRUISING SPEED 380/400 Kms.p.h. (236/248 m.p.h.). RANGE UP TO 2000 Kms.