Jane's All the World Aircraft 1938
All the world's aeroplanes
A Twin-engined Bomber of the Z.K.B.26 type, large numbers of which have been supplied to the Spanish Government.
The Armstrong Whitworth "Whitley" Heavy Bomber (two Armstrong Siddeley "Tiger" engines).
The Armstrong Whitworth "Whitley" Heavy Bomber (two Armstrong Siddeley "Tiger" engines).
The Armstrong Whitworth "Whitley" Mk.IV Heavy Bomber (two Rolls-Royce "Merlin" engines).
Поступление серийных истребителей Bf 109B в строевые подразделения Люфтваффе началось в феврале 1937 года. Производство быстро перенесли из Аугсбурга в Регенсбург, освободив основной завод фирмы для дальнейших работ по совершенствованию конструкции самолета.
The B.F.W. Bf.109 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (950 h.p. Daimler-Benz engine).
The B.F.W. Bf.109 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (950 h.p. Daimler-Benz engine).
The B.F.W. Bf.109 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane.
The Bristol "Blenheim" High-performance Bomber Monoplane (Two Bristol "Mercury" engines).
A DAZZLER: A production-type Bristol Blenheim medium bomber (two Mercury VIIIs) "dazzle-painted " for entry into the Service. If the "paint-job" is as dazzling as the performance the machine should be practically invisible.
The Bristol "Blenheim" Bomber (Two Bristol "Mercury VIII" engines).
The Fiat C.R.32 Single-seat Fighter Biplane (550 h.p. Fiat A.30R.A. engine).
The Fokker D.21 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Bristol "Mercury" engine).
A front view of the Fokker D.21 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Bristol "Mercury" engine).
Один из первых экземпляров пассажирского самолета Douglas DST
The Douglas D.S.T. Commercial Transport (two 850 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engines).
The Douglas DC-3 Commercial Transport.
SHIPPING IT GREEN: The latest Dornier naval flying boat as supplied to the German and the Dutch Governments during rough weather trials in the North Sea. This boat is said to have a very fine performance (top speed 212 m.p.h.) and as supplied to Holland will have Pegasus or Cyclone engines.
The Brewster F2A-1 Single-seat Fighter with undercarriage retracted.
The Brewster F2A-1 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (850 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
Этот же самолет, вид спереди.
The Brewster F2A-1 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (850 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Curtiss "Hawk" Type IV Single-seat Fighter Biplane (745 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Fiat G.50 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (850 h.p. Fiat A.74R.C.38 engine).
The Fiat G.50 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (850 h.p. Fiat A.74R.C.38 engine).
The Curtiss P-36A Single-seat Fighter (1,100 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engine).
The Curtiss "Hawk" 75 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (840 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Heinkel He.112 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (660 h.p. Junkers "Jumo 210" engine).
The Handley Page "Hampden" Medium Bomber (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
The Handley Page "Hampden" Medium Bomber (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
The Henschel Hs.126 Two-seat Reconnaissance Monoplane (870 h.p. B.M.W. 132 Dc engine).
The Hawker "Hurricane" Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Rolls-Royce "Merlin" engine).
The Hawker "Hurricane"
The Junkers Ju.52/3M Transport Monoplane (three B.M.W. 132 engines).
8 августа 1935г.: в этот день впервые поднялся в воздух прототип Morane-Saulnier MS.405 - предшественник серийного истребителя MS.406.
The Morane-Saulnier 406 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ygrs engine).
В полете первый опытный Потэ-630-01
The Potez 63 Fighter-Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two 670 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 14Hb engines).
The Potez 63 Fighter-Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two 670 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 14Hbs engines).
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 High-performance Monoplane (three 750 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 126RC.34 engines).
One of the three Savoia-Marchrtti SM.79 Monoplanes which flew in formation from Rome to South America in January, 1938.
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Three-engined Bomber Monoplane (three 750 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 126RC.34 engines).
The Supermarine "Spitfire" Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Rolls-Royce "Merlin" engine).
Two views of the Supermarine "Spitfire" Single-seat Fighter.
The Navy Type 96 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane.
Хотя после Перл-Харбора самолеты B4Y использовались в качестве учебных, разведка союзников продолжала считать их боевыми самолетами, присвоив кодовое обозначение «Jean». Устаревшие бомбардировщики D1A2 и B4Y1 действовали весьма эффективно.
Three Navy Type 96 Two-seat Shipboard Bomber Biplanes.
D.500. Первая опытная машина.
The Dewoitine D-500 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (500 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Xbrs engine).
14 августа 1934г.: первый полет под управлением Марселя Доре выполнил истребитель Dewoitine D.510; самолеты данного типа накануне начала войны все еще состояли на вооружении нескольких эскадрилий ВВС Франции.
The Dewoitine D-510 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs engine).
The Vultee V-11-GB Three-seat Attack-Bomber Monoplane (900 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Fairey "Battle" Two-seat Day Bomber (Rolls-Royce "Merlin" engine).
The Complete Mayo Composite Aircraft ready for its first test flight.
A series of non-consecutive pictures taken from a cinematograph film showing the first publuc separation of the Mayo Composite Aircraft.
The Upper Component of the Mayo Composite Aircraft (four Napier "Rapier V" engines).
The Mayo Composite Aircraft.
The Mayo Composite Aircraft.
The Fiat B.R.20 Heavy Bomber (two 1,000 h.p. Fiat A.80RC.41 engines).
The Beechcraft 18D Six-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two 330 h.p. Jacobs L-6 engines).
The Lockheed 12A Six-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two 450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engines).
A close-up view of the nose of the T.B.3 (A.N.T.6) Bomber Monoplane (four 680 h.p. M-17 engines).
Один из первых экземпляров PZL P.43 для ВВС Болгарии, на варшавском аэродроме "Океньче", март 1937г.
P.43 - экспортный вариант P.23. Большая часть их строилась для Болгарии, хотя часть машин была реквизирована для ВВС Польши после начала войны.
The P.Z.L. P-43 Three-seat Long-range Bomber-reconnaissance Monoplane (Gnome-Rhone 14No engine).
Бомбардировщик PZL P.37B Los.
The P.Z.L. P.27 Medium Bomber (two P.Z.L. "Pegasus" engines).
The Consolidated PBY Patrol Flying-boat. This view shows the beaching chassis and the lowered wing-tip floats.
The Consolidated PBY Patrol Flying-boat (two 1,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engines).
The Westland "Lysander" Two-seat Army Co-operation Monoplane (Bristol "Mercury" engine).
The Westland "Lysander" Two-seat Army Co-operation Monoplane (Bristol "Mercury" engine).
The Westland "Lysander."
The Heinkel He.111 Ten-passsenger Commercial Monoplane (two 1,070 h.p. Daimler-Benz DB.600 engines).
The Heinkel He.111K Twin-engined Bomber (two 1,070 h.p. Daimler-Benz DB.600 engines).
The Focke-Wulf "Condor" Twenty-six-passenger Commercial Monoplane (four 720 h.p. B.M.W. 132 Dc engines).
The Focke-Wulf "Condor" Twenty-six-passenger Commercial Monoplane.
The A.N.T. 9 Nine-passenger Monoplane (three 365 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engines).
Один из первых И-16 в Испании
The I.16 Single-seater Fighter Monoplane, large numbers of which have been taking part in the Spanish Civil War on the Government side. The machine shown was one of many which have been captured by the Nationalists.
The Arado Ar.96 Two-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (240 h.p. Argus As.10C engine).
The Kalinin K-5 Ten-seat Commercial Monoplane (450 h.p. M-15 engine).
The Amiot 143-M Military Monoplane (two Gnome-Rhone 14 Kdrs engines).
The Avia 534 Single-seat Fighter Biplane (650 h.p. Hispano-Suiza engine).
The Airspeed "Oxford" Advanced Training Monoplane (two 375 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah X" engines).
The Fleet Two-seat Primary Training Biplane (125 h.p. Kinner B-5 engine).
The Armstrong Whitworth "Ensign" Imperial Air-liner (four Armstrong Siddeley "Tiger" engines) seen from below.
The Armstrong Whitworth "Ensign" Imperial Air-liner (four Armstrong Siddeley "Tiger" engines).
The Arado Ar.95-See Two-seat General Purposes Seaplane (880 h.p. B.M.W. 132Dc engine).
The Arado Ar.95-Land Two-seat General Purposes Biplane (880 h.p. B.M.W. 132Dc engine).
The Vultee V-12 Two-seat Attack Monoplane (Wright "Cyclone" GR-1820-G105A engine).
The Bellanca "Senior Pacemaker" Transport Monoplane (420 h.p. Wright R-975E-3 engine).
The Canadian Vickers-Northrop "Delta" Seaplane (Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Mitsubishi "Hato" Air-survey Monoplane (400 h.p. Mitsubishi A-5 engine).
The Hawker "Henley" Two-seat Day Bomber and Target-Towing Monoplane (Rolls-Royce "Merlin" engine).
The Amiot 340 High-performance Bomber Monoplane (two 1,100 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 14Ha engines).
The Amiot 340 Long-range Monoplane.
The Cant Z.501 Four-seat Reconnaissance Flying-boat (840 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini "Asso" XI R.C.15 engine).
The Dornier Do.17 Bomber Monoplane seen from above.
The Dornier Do.17 Bomber Monoplane (two 950 h.p. Daimler-Benz DB600 engines).
Another view of the Dornier Do.17 Bomber Monoplane.
The Dornier Do.17 Bomber Monoplane seen from below.
Геринг (слева) и Удет наблюдают за взлетом Ханны Райч
The Focke Helicopter hovering close to the ground.
Нашумевший полет в «Дойчландгалле»
The Focke Helicopter flying sideways inside the Deutschland Halle, Berlin.
The Cant Z.506B Bomber Seaplane (three 770 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 126R.C.34 engines).
The Fairey "Fox" Mk.VI Two-seat Fighter-reconnaissance Biplane (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ydrs engine).
The Fairey "Kangourou" Biplane (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ydrs engine) arranged as a Single-seat Fighter.
The Fairey "Kangourou" Biplane (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ydrs engine) arranged as a Single-seat Fighter.
The Gloster "Gladiator" Single-seat Multi-gun Fighter (Bristol "Mercury IX" engine).
The Hawker "Fury" Mk.II Single-seat Fighter Biplane (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engine).
The Macchi C.200 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane.
The Fokker G.1 Attack-Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane (two 750 h.p. Hispano=Suiza 80-02 engine)..
Two views of the Fokker G.1 Attack-Bomber-Reconnaissance Monoplane, the lower view showing the Fokker conical turret in the tail of the central nacelle.
The Koolhoven F.K.58 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (1,100 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 14AA engine).
The P.Z.L. P.XXIV.F Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (Gnome-Rhone 14Ksf engine).
The Seversky P-35 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (950 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engine).
The Bloch 150 Single-seat Fighter.
The Caudron C.710 Light Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (450 h.p. Renault 12 Roi engine).
The Ikarus IK-2 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs engine).
The Vickers "Wellesley" Long-range Bomber Monoplane (Bristol "Pegasus" engine).
The Vickers "Wellington" Long-range Bomber Monoplane (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
The Junkers Ju.86 Commercial Monoplane (two 715 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Hornet" engines).
The sole Ju 86Z-7 supplied to Sweden, for operation as a mail carrier and therefore without fuselage windows.
The Junkers Ju.86K Twin-engined Bomber Monoplane (two Junkers "Jumo 205" heavy-oil engines).
The Bergamaschi "Libeccio" Light Transport Monoplane (two 430 h.p. Piaggio P.VII engines).
The Caproni Ca.135 High-performance Bomber Monoplane (two 900 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini "Asso" XI R.C.40 engine).
The Fokker T.5 Long-distance Bomber Monoplane (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
The first T V seen during initial flight testing and prior to the application of the serial number 850
The Fokker T.5 Long-distance Bomber Monoplane (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
Two views of the Douglas B-18 Bomber Monoplane (two 1,000 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
The Martin 139W Bomber Monoplane (two 740 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
Three views of the Martin 139W Bomber Monoplane (two 740 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
The Martin Model 166 Twin-engined Bomber (two 1,050 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engines).
The Farman F.223-1 Mail-carrier (four Hispano-Suiza 12Xirs engines).
The LeO 45 High-performance Bomber Monoplane (two 1,100 h.p. Hispano-Suiza engines).
The LeO 45 Bomber Monoplane (two 1,100 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 14Ha engines).
The Navy Type 96 Twin-engined Coastal Reconnaissance and Bomber Monoplane.
The Renard R.31 Two-seat Reconnaissance Monoplane (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engine).
A Danish-built Gloster "Gauntlet" Single-seat Fighter Biplane (Bristol "Mercury" engine).
The Hawker "Hind" Two-seat Day Bomber (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engine).
The Hawker "Hector" Two-seat Army Co-operation Biplane (Napier "Dagger" engine).
The Fieseler "Storch" Slotted and Flapped Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (240 h.p. Argus As.10c engine).
The Fieseler "Storch" in a characteristic attitude
The Gotha Go.145 Two-seat Training Biplane (240 h.p. Argus As.10C engine).
The Breda 65 Two-seat Light Bomber-Fighter Monoplane (870 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14Krsd engine).
The Ro.37-bis Two-seat Reconnaissance Biplane (700 h.p. Piaggio P.X.R. engine).
The Anbo 41 Two-seat Observation Monoplane (Bristol "Pegasus" engine).
The Fokker C.10 Two-seat Fighter-Reconnaissance Biplane (Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs engine).
A front view of the Fokker C.10 Two-seat Reconnaissance Biplane (Bristol "Pegasus" engine).
The North American O-47 Three-seat Observation Monoplane (Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The portly aeroplane is the new North American observation machine adopted by the U.S. Army Air Corps. Windows are provided in the "belly" for the observer. The engine is a Cyclone G.
The North American O-47 Three-seat Observation Monoplane (Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Northrop 8A-1 Two-seat Attack-Bomber Monoplane (875 h.p. Bristol "Pegasus" engine).
The Letov S-528 Two-seat General Purpose Military Biplane (Gnome-Rhone 14Krsd engine).
The Aero 204 Eight-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two 360 h.p. Walter "Pollux" engines).
The Mitsubishi "Karigane" High-performance Monoplane (550 h.p. Nakajima "Kotobuki III" engine).
The Blackburn "Shark" Torpedo-Spotter-Reconnaissance Biplane (Armstrong Siddeley "Tiger" engine).
The Fairey "Seafox" Two-seat Reconnaissance Seaplane (375 h.p. Napier "Rapier" engine).
The Fairey "Seafox" Two-seat Reconnaissance Seaplane.
The Saro "London" Open-sea Reconnaissance and Coastal Patrol Flying-boat (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
The Short "Singapore III" Open-sea Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engines).
The Short "Sunderland" Long-range Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
A close-up view of the nose of the Short "Sunderland" Reconnaissance Flying-boat.
"Стрэнрир" британских ВВС в полете
With two Pegasus X engines the Supermarine Stranraer biplane flying boat has a performance comparable with that of some foreign monoplane boats in the same class.
A close-up of the Supermarine "Stranraer" Flying-boat (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
The Supermarine "Walrus" Amphibian Flying-boat (Bristol "Pegasus" engine).
The Dornier Do.18 Long-range Flying-boat (two 500-560 h.p. Junkers "Jumo 205" heavy-oil engines).
Another view of the Dornier Do.18 showing the mounting of the Junkers engines.
The Dornier Do.22 Reconnaissance-Torpedo-Bomber Seaplane (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ybrs engine).
The Heinkel He.115 Seaplane (two B.M.W. 132 engines) which put up eight International Records for Speed over various distances and carrying various loads in March, 1938.
The Ro.43 Fighter-Reconnaissance Seaplane (700 h.p. Piaggio P.X.R. engine).
The Noorduyn "Norseman" Military Trainer as supplied to the R.C.A.F.
The Noorduyn "Norseman" Transport Monoplane on skis (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp" engine).
The Fokker C.11W Two-seat Reconnaissance Seaplane (Wright "Cyclone" SR-1820-F2 engine).
The M.F.11 Three-seat Naval Reconnaissance Seaplane (600 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Panther" engine).
The Consolidated XPB2Y-1 Patrol Flying-boat (four 1,050 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engine).
The Curtiss SOC-1 "Seagull" Two-seat Scout-Observation Biplane (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp" engine).
The Grumman J2F-1 General Purposes Amphibian (775 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Grumman G-21 Commercial Amphibian (two 450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engines).
The Hall PH-2 Coastguard Patrol and Rescue Flying-boat (two 750 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
The Sikorsky S-43 Commercial Amphibian (two 750 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Hornet" engines).
The Latecoere 298 Torpedo Seaplane (880 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs engine).
The Loire-Nieuport 21- Shipboard Fighter Seaplane (720 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 9Vbs engine).
Опытный SIM-XIVH, 1938г.
The Rogojzrsky Sim-XIV-H Twin-engine Observation Seaplane (two 240 h.p. Argus As.10C engines).
The Avro "Anson" Coastal Reconnaissance Monoplane (two 310 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah IX" engines).
The Blackburn "Skua" Two-seat Dive Bomber (Bristol "Perseus" engine).
The Blackburn "Skua" Dive Bomber Monoplane with wings folded.
The Fairey "Swordfish" Torpedo-Spotter-Reconnaissance Biplane (Bristol "Pegasus" engine).
The Fairey "Swordfish" Torpedo-Spotter-Reconnaissance Biplane (Bristol "Pegasus" engine).
The Fairey P.4/34 Two-seat Day Bomber Monoplane (Rolls-Royce "Merlin" engine).
The Douglas TBD-1 Torpedo-Bomber Monoplane (850 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engine).
The Vought SB2U-1 Two-seat Scout-Bomber Monoplane (700 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp Junior" engine).
The Bristol "Bombay" Bomber-Transport Monoplane (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
Adopted by the R.A.F. as the standard type of bomber transport, the Bristol Bombay has medium supercharged Pegasus engines. Despite the fixed undercarriage and the demands of the specification, the performance is excellent.
The D.H."Dragon-Rapide" (two 200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six" engines).
Серийный "Хэрроу" I в полете
The Handley Page "Harrow" Heavy Bomber (two Bristol "Pegasus" engines).
До поступления специальных самолетов бразильцы использовали для борьбы с подводными лодками легкие бомбардировщики "Валти" V11GB, многоцелевые "Корсары" и FW 58 (на фото)
The Focke-Wulf "Weihe" Monoplane equipped with nose turret for fighting and bombing training.
Большую часть из 46 легких самолетов Fh 104, построенных "Siebel" до мая 1942 года, взяли себе Люфтваффе, где они использовались в качестве связных.
The Siebel Fh.104A Five-seat Cabin Monoplane (two 240 h.p. Hirth HM.508 engines).
Two Bergamaschi "Ghibli" Colonial Monoplanes (each with two 200 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 115 engines).
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.75 Commercial Monoplane (three 750 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 126RC.34 engines).
A Douglas DC-2 Monoplane as used by the U.S. Army Air Corps for transport duties.
The Caudron "Goeland" Six-passenger Cabin Monoplane (two 220 h.p. Renault "Bengali-Six" engines).
The Nakajima A.T. Ten-seat Commercial Monoplane (two 460 h.p. Nakajima "Kotobuki IIb" engines).
The Heinkel He.270 Four-passenger Transport Monoplane (910 h.p. Daimler-Benz 600 engine).
He 70B, D-UBYL, стал прототипом для Не 70F, имевшего пулеметное вооружение.
The Heinkel He.270K Two-seat Bomber-reconnaissance Monoplane (910 h.p. Daimler-Benz 600 engine).
The Bloch 131 Multi-seat Fighter Bomber Reconnaissance Monoplane (two Gnome-Rhone 14No engines).
The Bloch 131 Fighter-bomber Monoplane.
The Ae.C.1 Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Mongoose" engine).
The Ae.C.2 Two-seat Training Monoplane (165 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Ae.C.3 Two-seat Light Monoplane (140 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Genet Major" engine).
The Ae.M.O.1 Two-seat Military Training Monoplane (240 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Ae.T.1 Five-passenger Cabin Monoplane (450 h.p. Argentine-built Lorraine engine).
The Fairey "Feroce" Single-seat Multi-gun Fighter (925 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Yers engine).
The Renard R.36 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (910 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Yers engine).
The S.A.B.C.A. 30 Two-seat Light Monoplane (40 h.p. Sarolea "Aiglon" engine).
The Stampe-et-Vertongen S.V.4-B Two-seat Light Biplane (130 h.p. D.H."Gipsy-Major" engine).
The Stampe-et-Vertongen S.V.5 Two-seat Advanced Training Biplane (340 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah" engine).
The Tipsy S.2 Single-seat Light Monoplane with enclosed cockpit (32 h.p. Sarolea "Albatross" engine).
The Tipsy B Two-seat Light Monoplane with enclosed cockpit (60 h.p. Walter "Mikron II" engine).
The British Tipsy Two-seat Light Monoplane (62 h.p. Walter "Mikron" engine).
The Tipsy BC Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane with enclosed cockpit (60 h.p. Walter "Mikron II" engine).
The Muniz M-7 Two-seat Primary Training Biplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy Major" engine).
The Muniz M-9 Two-seat Advanced Training Biplane (200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six" engine).
The D.A.R.6 Two-seat Training Biplane (85 h.p. Walter "Vega" engine).
The more powerful version of the D.A.R.6 (145 h.p. Walter "Mars" engine) which is intended for advanced and aerobatic training.
The Arpin Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (68 h.p. Salmson engine).
The Avro "Tutor" Two-seat Training Biplane (215 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Lynx" engine).
The Avro "Seatutor" Two-seat Training Seaplane (215 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Lynx" engine).
The Bristol 138A Monoplane (Bristol "Pegasus" engine) which put up a World's Height Record of 53,937 ft. on June 30, 1937.
The Chilton Single-seat Light Monoplane (32 h.p. Carden engine).
The Canadian D.H. "Tiger-Moth" Two-seat Training Biplane fitted for Winter flying.
The D.H. "Tiger-Moth" Training Seaplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The D.H. "Queen Bee" Wireless-controlled Target Aeroplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The D.H.86B Commercial Transport (four 200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-six" engines).
The D.H. "Hornet Moth."
The D.H. "Dragonfly" Five-seat Cabin Biplane (two 130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engines).
Two views of the D.H. "Albatross" four-engined Long-range mail-carrier (four D.H. "Gips-Twelve" engines).
The D.H. "Albatross" Four-engined Long-range Mail-carrier (four D.H. "Gips-Twelve" engines).
The D.H. "Moth-Minor" Two-seat Light Monoplane (90 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Minor" engine).
The D.H. "Moth-Minor" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (90 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Minor" engine).
The D.H. "Moth-Minor" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (90 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Minor" engine).
A drawing of the D.H.95 All-metal Commercial Monoplane (two Bristol "Perseus" engines).
The Deekay "Knight" Light Cabin Monoplane.
The Fairey "Hendon" Night Bomber (two Rolls-Royce "Kestrel VI" engines).
The G.A. Monospar "Universal" Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (two 90 h.p. Pobjoy "Niagara" engines).
The Gloster F.5/34 Single-seat Multi-gun Fighter Monoplane (Bristol "Mercury IX" engine).
The Gordon "Dove"
The Hafner A.R.III Mark II Single-seat Experimental Gyroplane (Pobjoy "Niagara" engine).
The Hawker "Demon" Two-seat Fighter Biplane (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engine) as supplied to the Australian Government.
J9933 (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engine), the first production aircraft, was retained by Hawker's for trials. Shown fitted with Frazer-Nash "lobster-back" turret later adopted for the Demon
The Heston "Phoenix" Five-seat Cabin Monoplane (200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six engine).
The Kay Single-seat Light Gyroplane (75 h.p. Pobjoy "R" engine).
The Luton "Buzzard"
The Luton "Minor"
The Miles R.R. Trainer (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engine).
The Miles R.R. Two-seat Fighter Training Monoplane (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel XVI" engine).
The Miles "Monarch" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The Miles "Monarch" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The Miles "Monarch"
The Mosscraft Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (95 h.p. Pobjoy "Niagara" engine).
The Mosscraft Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (95 h.p. Pobjoy "Niagara" engine) with open cockpits.
Two views of the Percival Q-6 Six/seven-seat Cabin Monoplane.
The Percival Q-6 Twin-engined Cabin Monoplane (two 200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six" engines).
A sectional drawing of the Percival Q-6 monoplane.
The Percival Q-6 Monoplane.
The Percival "Gull-Six" Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six" engine).
The Percival "Mew Gull" Single-seat Cabin Monoplane (200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six" engine).
The Percival "Vega Gull" Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (200 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six" engine).
The Short "Empire" Commercial Flying-boat (four Bristol "Pegasus X" engines).
The Short "Empire" Commercial Flying-boat. Note the partly-extended Gouge wing-flaps.
The Short "Empire" Flying-boat "Caledonia" which was used, in company with the sister-ship "Cambria," on the experimental trans-Atlantic survey during 1937.
The T.K.2 Single-seat Light Monoplane (137 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" Series II engine).
The Wicko Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The Wicko Monoplane.
The Fairchild 82 Transport Monoplane (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp" engine).
The Fairchild 82 Transport Monoplane as a Seaplane (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp" engine).
The Fleet Twin-engined Transport (two 330 h.p. Jacobs L-6BM engines).
The Fleet Twin-engined Transport Seaplane (two 330 h.p. Jacobs L-6BM engines).
The Avia 122 Single-seat Advanced Training Biplane (350 h.p. Avia Rk.17 engine).
A batch of Benes-Mraz Be.50 "Beta-Minor" Two-seat Light Monoplanes (85/95 h.p. Walter "Minor" engines).
The Benes-Mraz Be.51 "Beta-Minor" Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85/95 h.p. "Walter "Minor" engine).
The Benes-Mraz Be.51 "Beta-Minor" Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (85/95 h.p. "Walter "Minor" engine).
The Benes-Mraz Be.550 "Bibi" Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (60 h.p. "Walter "Mikron" engine).
The Benes-Mraz Be.252 "Beta-Scolar" Two-seat Training Monoplane (160/180 h.p. Walter "Scolar" engine).
The Praga E.114 Two-seat Light Monoplane (36/40 h.p. Praga B engine).
The Praga E.115 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (65/79 h.p. Praga "D" engine).
The Praga E.210 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (two 85/95 h.p. Walter "Minor" engines).
The Praga E.214 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (75 h.p. Pobjoy engine).
The Praga E.241 Two-seat Advanced Training Biplane (340 h.p. Walter "Pollux II" engine).
The Praga E.40 Two-seat Training Biplane (85/95 h.p. Walter "Minor" engine).
The Praga E.45 Single-seat Fighter Biplane (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel XVI" engine).
The Tatra T.1 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (100 h.p. Tatra engine).
The Bucker "Jungmann" Two-seat Training Biplane (80 h.p. Hirth HM.60R engine).
The Tatra T.131 Two-seat Training Biplane (90 h.p. Tatra engine).
The Zlin XII Two-seat Light Monoplane (45 h.p. Persy engine) in its open and closed forms.
The "Tuisku/T" Two-seat Advanced Trainig Biplane (215 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Lynx" engine).
The "Viima II" Two-seat Light Training Biplane (150 h.p. Siemens Sh.14A engine).
The "Viri" Light Single-seat Monoplane (37 h.p. Szekely engine).
The Loire-Nieuport 161 Single-seat Fighter (860 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Ycrs engine).
The Loire-Nieuport 102 Long-distance Commercial Flying-boat (four 720 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Xbrs engines).
The Bloch 160 Commercial Monoplane (four Hispano-Suiza 12X engines).
The Bloch 220 Sixteen-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two 915 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14N engines).
The Bloch 220 Commercial Monoplane.
The Bloch 300 Commercial Monopane.
The Potez 56 Transport Monoplane (two 185 h.p. Potez 9Ab engines).
The Potez 56-T.3 General Purposes Monoplane (two 240 h.p. Potez 9E engines).
The Potez 661 Twelve-passenger Commercial Monoplane (four 220 h.p. Renault 6-Q engines).
The Potez-C.A.M.S. 141 Open-sea Reconnaissance Flying-boat (four 920 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Y engines).
The Potez-C.A.M.S. 160 Flying-boat (six 40 h.p. Train engines).
The Potez-C.A.M.S. 160 Flying-boat. This boat is an experimental flying scale-model of the projected Potez-C.A.M.S. 161.
The Hanriot H-220 Fighter-bomber-reconnaissance Monoplane (two 560 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14M engines).
The Hanriot H-230 Advanced Training Monoplane (two 170 h.p. Salmson 6TE engines).
The LeO H-46 Torpedo-bomber Seaplane.
The LeO H-47 Long-distance Commercial Flying-boat (four 880 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 12Y engines).
The LeO H-47 Commercial Flying-boat.
The LeO H-24-6 Commercial Flying-boat.
The Romano R.82 Two-seat Training Biplane.
The Romano 110 Multi-seat Fighter
The Dewoitine D-338 Twenty-four-passenger Monoplane (three 645 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 9V engines).
The Amiot 150-BE Torpedo-Bomber-Reconnaissance Seaplane (two 740 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 14Krsd engines).
The Amiot 150-BE Torpedo-Bomber Seaplane.
The Breguet 462-B-4 "Vultur" Multi-seat Fighter Monoplane (two Gnome-Rhone 14No engine).
The Caudron "Luciole" Two-seat Light Biplane (140/150 h.p. Renault "Bengali" engine).
The Caudron "Aiglon" Two-seat Light Monoplane (140 h.p. Renault "Bengali-Junior" engine).
The Caudron "Simoun" Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (220 h.p. Renault "Bengali-Six" engine).
The Kellner-Bechereau E.D.5 Two-seat Light Monoplane (60 h.p. Train engine).
The Latecoere 582 Reconnaissance Flying-boat.
The Mauboussin 123 Two-seat Light Monoplane (60 h.p. Salmson engine).
The S.F.C.A. Maillet 20 Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (180 h.p. Regnier engine).
The S.F.C.A. Lignel 20 Two-seat Light Monoplane (220 h.p. Renault "Bengali" engine).
The S.F.C.A. "Taupin" Single-seat Tandem Monoplane (30 h.p. Mengin engine).
The Salmson "Cri-Cri" Two-seat Light Monoplane (60 h.p. Salmson 9ADr engine).
The B.F.W. Me.108B Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (240 h.p. Argus As.10C engine).
The Blohm & Voss Ha.139 Trans-Atlantic Seaplane (four 510 h.p. Junkers "Jumo 205" heavy-oil engines).
A front view of the Blohm & Voss Ha.139 Seaplane.
The Blohm & Voss Ha.139 Seaplane taking-off.
The Bucker "Jungmeister" Single-seat Training Biplane (160 h.p. Siemens Sh.14A engine).
The Darmstadt D.29 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Siemens Sh.14A engine).
The Darmstadt D.29 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Siemens Sh.14A engine).
The Dornier Do.26 Long-range Postal Flying-boat (four 600 h.p. Junkers "Jumo 205" heavy-oil engines)..
A close-up view of the Dornier Do.26 showing the rear engines tilted for taking-off.
A front view of the Dornier Do.26 Long-range Postal Flying-boat.
The Focke-Wulf "Steiglitz" Two-seat Training Biplane (150 h.p. Siemens Sh.14A engine).
A Swedish-built Focke-Wulf "Stieglitz" Two-seat Training Biplane.
The Focke-Wulf "Stosser" Single-seat Training Monoplane (240 h.p. Argus As.10C enigne).
The Gotha Go.146 four-seat cabin monoplane (two 200 h.p. Hirth HM.508E engines).
The Gotha Go.149 Single-seat Monoplane (240 h.p. Argus As.10C engine).
The Gotha Go.150 Light Twin-engined Cabin Monoplane (two 50 h.p. Zundapp engines).
The Heinkel He.116 Long-range Mail and Freight-carrier (four 240 h.p. Hirth HM.208 engines).
The Heinkel He.118 Two-seat Dive-bomber and Attack Monoplane (910 h.p. Daimler-Benz 600G engine).
Моноплан Henschel Hs 121 коммерческого успеха не имел.
The Henschel Hs.121 Single-seat Training Monoplane (240 h.p. Argus As.10C engine).
The Henschel Hs.122 Two-seat General Purposes Monoplane (610 h.p. Siemens SAM.22B engine).
Разработчики Henschel Hs 124 пытались создать многоцелевой самолет и рассматривали его как истребитель-бомбардировщик, разведчик и самолет непосредственной поддержки войск. Изображенный Hs 124 V2 отличался от первого прототипа наличием звездообразных двигателей BMW вместо Jumo 210 с перевернутым V-образным блоком цилиндров, а также предложенным вариантом вооружения в составе двух 20-мм пушек.
The Henschel Hs.124 General Purposes Monoplane (two 870 h.p. B.M.W. 132Dc engines).
The Junkers Ju.160 Six-passenger Cabin Monoplane (750 h.p. B.M.W. 132A engine).
The Junkers Ju.90 Four-engined Commercial Monoplane (four Junkers "Jumo 205" hevay-oil engines).
A drawing of the Junkers Ju.90 wich shows the arrangement of the passenger accomodation.
The Klemm L.25 Two-seat Light Monoplane (70/80 h.p. Hirth H.M.60R enigne).
The Klemm L.25 Two-seat Light Seaplane (70/80 h.p. Hirth H.M.60R enigne).
The Klemm K.L.32 Three-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (130/150 h.p. Siemens Sh.14a engine).
The Klemm Kl.35B Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (100 h.p. Hirth H.M.504 engine).
The Klemm Kl.35B Two-seat Light Monoplane with open cockpits.
The Moller "Stomo 3" Single-seat Light Cabin monoplane (18 h.p. Kroeber M.4 engine).
The Siebel "Hummel" Light Cabin Monoplane.
The M.19 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The M.21 Single-seat Advanced Training Biplane (160 h.p. Siemens Sh.14A engine).
A line of W.M.13 Two-seat Light Biplanes (130 h.p. W.M. Sport III engines).
The Beltrame "Colibri" Tail-first Monoplane.
В стандартной конфигурации Са 308 был рассчитан на двух сидящих рядом членов экипажа в закрытой кабине и шесть пассажиров в салоне.
The Bergamaschi "Borea" Six-passenger Cabin Monoplane (two 200 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 115 engines).
The Breda 25 arranged as a Single-seat Advanced Training Biplane (220 h.p. Romeo "Lynx" engine).
The Breda 44 Six-passenger Cabin Biplane (two 155 h.p. Colombo S.63 engines).
The Breda 64 Two-seat Light Bomber-Fighter Monoplane (650 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 125 RC engine).
PURELY DESTRUCTIVE: This is one of the new Italian "assault" machines (actually the Breda 64) whose duty in war time would be to shoot up, bomb, or otherwise destroy enemy personnel and materiel of every description, including aeroplanes. The pilot is extremely well situated and his machine guns are placed in the wings.
The Breda 79S Four-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (200 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 115 engine).
The Breda 82 High-performance Bomber Monoplane (two 1,000 h.p. Fiat A.80 R.C.41 engines).
The C.A.N.S.A. "Lictor 130" Light Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The Cant Z.509 Long-range Postal Seaplane (three 1,000 h.p. Fiat A.80RC.41 engines).
The Cant Z.1012 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (three 120 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 110 engines).
The Caproni C.101 Bomber Monoplane (three 370 h.p. Piaggio "Stella VII" engines).
The Caproni Ca.111 Long-distance Reconnaissance Monoplane (850 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini engine).
The Caproni Ca.113 Two-seat Advanced Training Biplane (370 h.p. Piaggio "Stella" engine).
The Caproni Ca.124 Reconnaissance Seaplane (900 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini "Asso" XI R.C.15 engine).
The Caproni Ca.134 Two-seat Reconnaissance Biplane (900 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini "Asso" XI R.C.40 engine).
The Fiat G.18V Eighteen-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two 1,000 h.p. Fiat A.80RC.41 engine).
Four views of the Jona J-6 Sesquiplane, the two middle views showing the tilting upper wing.
При проектировании M.C.77 использовались наработки Кастольди в области аэродинамики - машина получилась элегантной, с башенной стрелковой установкой и "аэродинамически чистым" размещением двигателя.
The Macchi M.C.77 Bombing and Reconnaissance Flying-boat (750 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini "Asso" engine).
The Macchi C.94 Twelve-passenger Flying-boat (two 770 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
The Macchi C.99 Reconnaissance Flying-boat (two 836 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini "Asso" XI RC.15 engines).
The Magni "Vale-1937" Single-seat Monoplane (130 h.p. Farina T.58 enigine).
The Ro.41 Single-seat Fighter Biplane (390 h.p. Piaggio P.7 engine).
The Ro.51 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (840 h.p. Fiat A.74RC.38 engine).
The Nardi F.N.305 Two-seat Light Monoplane (180 h.p. Fiat A.70S engine).
A three-quarter rear view of the Nardi F.N.305 Monoplane showing the fully-depressed flaps and ailerons.
The Nardi F.N.310 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (180 h.p. Fiat A.70/S engine).
The Nardi F.N.315 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (260 h.p. Hirth H.M.508C engine).
The Piaggio P-32 Mk.II Heavy Bomber (two 1,020 h.p. Piaggio P.XI.RC.40 engines).
The Ca.405 "Procellaria" High-performance Bomber Monoplane (two 850 h.p. Isotta-Fraschini "Asso" XIR.C.40 engine).
The S.A.I. 2S Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (185 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 115 engine).
The S.A.I.3 Two-seat Light Monoplane (85 h.p. Fiat A.50 engine).
The Saiman 202 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane(130 h.p. Alpha-Romeo 110 engine).
The Saiman L.B.2 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (110 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 115 engine).
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.83 Commercial Monoplane (three 750 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 126RC.34 engines).
The Kawasaki Army Type 93 Bomber Biplane (600/700 h.p. Kawasaki-B.M.W. VI engine).
A JAPANESE BOMBER. A single Kawasaki B.M.W. IX, also of 700 h.p., is used in the Kawasaki biplane. The top speed of the machine is 161 m.p.h.
The Mitsubishi "Otori" Twin-engined High-performance Monoplane (two 550 h.p. Nakajima "Kotobuki III" engines).
The Nakajima A.F. Two-seat Communications Biplane.
The Nakajima AN-1 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (550 h.p. Nakajima engine).
The Tatikawa R-5 Two-seat Light Biplane (130 h.p. Cirrus-Hermes IV engine).
The Tatikawa Army Type 95-1 Two-seat Advanced Training Biplane (350 h.p. Type 95 engine).
The Tatikawa Army Type 95-3 Two-seat Primary Training Biplane (150 h.p. Type 95 engine).
The Tatikawa Light Ambulance Biplane (130 h.p. Hermes IV engine).
The Tatikawa T.S.1 Single-seat Light Monoplane (28 h.p. Scott "Flying Squirrel" engine).
The Koken Long-range Monoplane (800 h.p. Kawasaki engine) built by the Tokyo Gasu Denki K.K. which holds the World's Record for Distance Covered Over a Closed Circuit.
The V.E.F. I-12 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (90 h.p. Cirrus "Minor" engine).
The "Scheldemusch" Light Single-seat Biplane (40 h.p. Praga "B" engine).
The "Scheldemusch" Light Single-seat Flyinhg-boat (40 h.p. Praga "B" engine).
The Fokker S.9 Two-seat Training Biplane (165 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Genet-Major" engine).
The Fokker S.9 Two-seat Training Biplane (168 h.p. Menasco "Buccaneer" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.46 Two-seat Training Biplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.50 Twin-engined Commercial Monoplane (two 400 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.51 Two-seat Advanced Training Biplane (350 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.52 Two-seat General Purposes Biplane (800 h.p. Bristol "Mercury" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.52 Two-seat General Purposes Biplane (800 h.p. Bristol "Mercury" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.53 "Junior" Two-seat Light Monoplane (60 h.p. Walter "Mikron II" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.54 Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" Series II engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.55 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (1,000 h.p. Lorraine "Sterna" engine driving two airscrews in opposite directions).
The Koolhoven F.K.56 Two-seat Light Reconnaissance Monoplane (420 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.57 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (two 205 h.p. D.H."Gipsy-Six" Series II engines).
The Walraven 4 Two-seat Light Training Monoplane (60 h.p. Walter "Mikron II" engine).
A front view of the Walraven 4 Two-seat Light Training Monoplane.
The M.F.10 Two-seat Advanced training seaplane (280 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah" engine).
A Faucett-Stinson Eight-seat Commercial Monoplane (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp" engine).
Оснащенный лицензионным двигателем Wright Whirlwind, L.W.S. 2 не строился серийно, несмотря на свои высокие для санитарного самолета характеристики.
LWS-2 (Lubelska Wytwornia Samolotow - Lublin Aircraft Manufacturing Establishment). Built in the winter of 1936/37 at the former Plage & Laskiewicz Aircraft Works in Lublin, the LWS-2 was designed as an ambulance in competition with the later successful RWD-13.S high-wing monoplane. Thus the LWS-2 (SP-ATP, c/n. 1/1) never progressed beyond this prototype form, despite the fact that its predecessor, the Lubiin R-XVI.B, won the first prize and the Maurice Raphael Cup at the 1933 International Medical Congress held in Madrid. The LWS-2 carried a load of 1,100lb., comprising pilot, medical attendant and two stretcher cases. Powered by a 220-h.p. Skoda-Wright Whirlwind radial, and with an а.u.w.of 3,700 lb., the LWS-2 cruised at 115 m.p.h.for a range of 320 miles. Maximum speed 130 m.p.h. Span 42 ft. 2i in.; length 29 ft, 10 in.; height 9 ft, 4 in.
The earlier PWS-16bis was first flown in 1933, and some sixty were constructed for training squadrons of the Polish air arm. The performance and dimensions of the PWS-16bis were in many respects similar to the later PWS-26.
The P.W.S. 26 Two-seat Advanced Training Biplane (220 h.p. P.Z.L. "Whirlwind" engine).
The P.Z.L. "Wicher" Fourteen-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two 850 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
The RWD-8 Two-seat Training Monoplane (110 h.p. P.Z. Inz. Junior engine).
The RWD-10 Single-seat Training Monoplane (110 h.p. P.Z. Inz. Junior engine).
The R.W.D.-11 Six-passenger Cabin Monoplane (two 200 h.p. Walter "Major-Six" engines.
The RWD-13 Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (120/130 h.p. Walter "Major" engine).
The RWD-15 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (205 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Six" Series II engine).
The RWD 16 bis Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (90 h.p. Cirrus "Minor" engine).
The RWD-17 Two-seat Training Monoplane (120 h.p. Walter "Major" engine).
The I.A.R.15 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (600 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 9Krse engine).
The I.A.R.15 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (600 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 9Krse engine).
The I.A.R.23 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (340 h.p. Hispano-Suiza 9Qa engine).
The I.A.R.24 Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (395 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 7Kd engine).
The S.E.T. XV Single-seat Fighter Biplane (500 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 9Krsd engine).
The S.E.T. 7K Two-seat Observation Biplane (400 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 7Ksf engine).
The S.E.T. 10 Two-seat Light Biplane (135 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).
The A.N.T. 35 Ten-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two M-85 engines).
В отличие от незакапотированной силовой установки у самолета "Сталь-2" двигатель машины "Сталь-3" был закрыт кольцом Тауненда. На некоторых самолетах этого типа устанавливался и рядный ПД М-17.
The Stal-3 All-steel Commercial Monoplane (480 h.p. M-22 engine).
The Alcor C-6-1 Six-passenger Light Commercial Monoplane (two 250 h.p. Menasco C-6-S engines).
The Beechcraft D17R Four-seat Cabin Biplane (450 h.p. Wright engine).
The Beechcraft F17D Four/five-seat Cabin Biplane (330 h.p. Jacobs engine).
The Bell XFM-1 "Airacuda" Multi-gin Fighter Monoplane (two 1,000 h.p. Allison engines).
The new Bell multi-seater fighter - America's latest - exemplifies the possibilities of the liquid-cooled engine for pusher installations. The power plants are actually the new vee-twelve Allisons with turbo-blowers.
The Bell XFM-1 "Airacuda" Multi-gin Fighter Monoplane (two 1,000 h.p. Allison engines).
The Bellanca "Junior" 14-9 Three-seat Cabin Monoplane (90 h.p. Le Blond engine).
The Bellanca 28-90B General Purposes Monoplane (900 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engine).
The Bellanca 28-92 Monoplane (one 420 h.p. Ranger (in nose) and two 250 h.p. "Menasco" engines).
The Bellanca "Aircruiser" Commercial Sesquiplane (760 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Bellanca Twin-engined Bomber (two 715 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
There is a very distinct resemblance shown by the Bellanca bomber to some of the commercial "heavy-weights" produced by the company.
The Boeing XB-15 Four-engined Bomber (four 1,000 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp Senior" engines).
The Boeing 314 Trans-oceanic Flying-boat (four 1,000 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
The Brewster XSBA-1 Two-seat Scout-bomber Monoplane (750 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Cessna "Airmaster" Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (145 h.p. Warner "Super-Scarab" engine).
The Curtiss A-18 Twin-engined Attack Monoplane (two 930 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Curtiss SBC-3 Two-seat Scout-Bomber (Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engine).
The Curtiss-Wright 19R Two-seat Military Monoplane (450 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Curtiss-Wright A-19R Training Monoplane (420 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Douglas DC-4 Forty-two-passenger Commercial Transport (four 1,150 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Hornet" engines).
The Douglas DC-4 Forty-two-passenger Commercial Transport in its normal attitude on the ground.
The Fairchild Model 24J De Luxe Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (145 h.p. Warner "Super-Scarab" engine).
The Fairchild Model 24K De Luxe Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (165 h.p. Ranger engine).
The Fairchild 45 Five-seat Cabin Monoplane (two 320 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engines).
The Fleetwings "Sea Bird" Four-seat Amphibian Flying-boat (285 h.p. Jacobs L-5 engine).
The Grumman F2F-1 Single-seat Fighter Biplane (650 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp Junior" engine).
Несмотря на потерю первого и второго прототипов, ВМС США видели явное превосходство XF3F-1 над F2F-1. На фотографии - серийный F3F-1 из состава истребительной эскадрильи 6B (на фюзеляже видна ее эмблема "Кот Феликс"),
The Grumman F3F-1 Single-seat Fighter Biplane (650 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp Junior" engine).
The Gwinn "Aircar" (95 h.p. Pobjoy "Niagara" engine).
Like the Model 111, the Gwinn Aircar was a strange-looking aeroplane and the pair are worth comparison. The view from the Aircar cockpit must have been extremely limited. The first Aircar was produced in 1937 and was powered by a Pobjoy Niagara II engine. A second Aircar was also completed and had a Niagara V engine. The makers claimed that it was impossible to spin or stall the aircraft. The elevators were restricted to a total movement of 8 1/2 degrees and there was no rudder. DATA: Span 24 ft., length 16 ft. 3 in.; weight, empty 1,099 lb., loaded 1,532 lb.; maximum speed 118 m.p.h., cruising speed 103 m.p.h.; range 495 miles. Accommodation was for two persons in side-by-side seats.
The Hall XPTBH-1 Patrol-Torpedo-Bomber Seaplane (two Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engine).
The Howard DGA-11 Four-seat Cabin Monoplane (450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engine).
The Howard DGA-8 Four-seat Cabin Seaplane (320 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Kellett YG-1A Two-seat Direct-Control Autogiro (225 h.p. Jacobs L-4-MA engine).
The Lockheed "Electra" Ten-passenger Commercial Monoplane (two 450 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engines).
The Lockheed 14 Twelve-passenger Commercial Transport (two 750 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Hornet" engine).
The Lockheed 14 Twelve-passenger Commercial Transport (two 750 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Hornet" engine).
The Luscombe "Phantom" Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (145 h.p. Warner "Super-Scarab" engine).
The Luscombe "Fifty" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (50 h.p. Continental A-50 engine).
The Martin Model 156 Trans-oceanic Flying-boat (four 1,000 h.p. Wright "Cyclon" engines).
The Monocoupe Type 90A Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (90 h.p. Lambert R-266 engine).
The North American NA-16-1A Two-seat General Purposes Monoplane (550 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp" engine).
The North American BT-9B Two-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (400 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The North American NJ-1, the U.S. Naval version of the BT-9B.
The Northrop BT-1 Two-seat Dive-Bomber Monoplane (750 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp Junior" engine).
The Pitcairn PA-33 (Army YG-2) Two-seat Observation Autogiro (420 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Pitcairn PA-34 (Navy XOP-2) Two-seat Observation Autogiro (420 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Porterfield "Zephyr" Two-seat Light Monoplane (37 h.p. Continental A-40-4 engine).
The Porterfield 35 Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (70 h.p. Le Blond engine).
The Rearwin "Speedster" Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (125 h.p. Menasco C-4 engine).
The Rearwin "Sportster" Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (70 h.p. Le Blond engine).
The Roos "American Eaglet" Two-seat Light Monoplane (45 h.p. Szekely engine).
The Rose "Parrakeet" Single-seat Biplane (35 h.p. Continental A-40 engine).
The Ryan S-T Two-seat Light All-metal Monoplane (125 h.p. Menasco C-4 engine).
The Ryan S-C Three-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (145 h.p. Warner "Super-Scarab" engine).
The Security "Airster" Two-seat Cabin Monoplane (125 h.p. Security S-5 engine).
"Конвой Файтер" в полете
The Seversky 2-PA-L Two-seat Convoy Fighter (1,000 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engine).
The Seversky BT-8 Two-seat Basic Trainer Monoplane (350 h.p. Wright R-975E engine).
The Sikorsky S-42-B Commercial Flying-boat (four 750 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Hornet" engine).
The Sikorsky XPBS-1 Patrol-Bomber Flying-boat (four 1,050 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engines).
The Sikorsky XPBS-1 Patrol-Bomber Flying-boat (four 1,050 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp" engines).
The Spartan "Executive" Four-Five-seat Cabin Monoplane (300 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engine).
The Stearman 73L3 Two-seat Training Biplane (225 h.p. Lycoming R-680-C1 engine).
The Stearman 76C3 Two-seat Light Military Biplane (420 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Stearman S-76D1 Two-seat General Purposes Seaplane (320 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engine).
The Stearman-Hammond Model "Y-1S" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (150 h.p. Menasco C-4S engine).
The Stinson "Reliant" Model SR-10ED Five-seat Cabin Monoplane (320 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine).
The Stinson "Reliant" Five-seat Cabin Seaplane (245 h.p. Lycoming engine).
The Swallow Coupe Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (125 h.p. Menasco C-4 engine).
The Timm T-840 Six-seat Commercial Monoplane (two 420 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engines).
The Vought SBU-2 Two-seat Scout-Bomber Biplane (700 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Twin-Wasp Junior" engine).
The Vought V-150 Single-seat Fighter Monoplane (525 h.p. Pratt & Whitney "Wasp-Junior" engine).
The Waco Model N Series Four-seat Cabin Biplane with tricycle undercarriage.
The Waco Model C Series Four/Five-seat Cabin Biplane.
The Wako Model S Series Four/five-seat Cabin Biplane.
The Waco Model D Two-seat Military Biplane.
Even though it was designed expressly for military duties the Model D resembles in a number of ways the Waco civil types.
The Waco Model F-T Two-seat Training Biplane.
The Wateman "Arrowbile" Two-seat Roadable Cabin Monoplane (100 h.p. Studebaker-Waterman engine).
The Wateman "Arrowbile" with wing detached.
The Rogozarsky P.V.T. Two-seat Training Monoplane (420 h.p. Gnome-Rhone 7K engine).
The Rogojarsky
The Rogojarsky Sim-XII-H Two-seat Light Training Seaplane (200 h.p. Walter "Major-Six" engine).
The Rogojarsky Sim-XI Single-seat Advanced Training Monoplane (145 h.p. Bramo Sh.14A engine).
The Cant Z.506 Commercial Seaplane (three 770 h.p. Alfa-Romeo 126R.C.34 engines).
The Piper "Cub" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (40 h.p. Continental A-40 engine).
В армейской авиации японцы активно использовали разведчики Ki-4
Оснащенный 640-сильным (477 кВт) радиальным ПД Ha-8, самолет Тип 94 мог развивать скорость до 300 км/ч. Размах его крыла составлял 12,00 м, а максимальная взлетная масса - 2500 кг.
A batch of Army Type 94 Two-seat Reconnaissance Biplanes.
The Ark-3 Flying-boat (two 630 h.p. M-25 engines) which holds a Height Record of 30,050 ft. carrying a load of 1,000 kg. (2,200 lbs).
The Aero 100 Two-seat General Purposes Military Biplane (650 h.p. Avia Vr.36 engine).
The Aeronca "Chief" Model KM Two-seat Light Monoplane (50 h.p. Menasco M-50 engine).
A close-up of the Abrams "Explorer" showing the pilot's position, photographic compartment and tricycle undercarriage.
The Abrams "Explorer".
The Ago Ao.192 "Kurier" Six-passenger Cabin Monoplane (two 240 h.p. Argus As.10C engines).
The Airspeed "Envoy" Monoplane (two 375 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah IX" engines).
The Airspeed Convertible "Envoy" in its Military form (two Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah IX" engines).
The Mitsubishi "Hinazuru" (Airspeed license) Commercial Monoplane (two 240 h.p. Mitsubishi "Lynx" engines).
The Airspeed "Queen Wasp" Wireless-controlled Target Aeroplane (Armstrong Siddeley "Cheetah" engine).
The Hawker "Nimrod" Single-seat Fleet Fighter (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engine).
The Lockheed XC-35 Experimental Stratosphere Monoplane (Two supercharged Pratt & Whitney "Wasp" engines).
The Boeing B-17 Four-engined Bomber (four 1,000 h.p. Wright "Cyclone" engines).
The Bulte-Guldentops Two-seat Training Biplane (120 h.p. Cirrus-Hermes engine).
The Koolhoven F.K.49 Twin-engined Survey Monoplane (two 305 h.p. Ranger engine).
The G.A. "Cygnet" Two-seat Light Cabin Monoplane (130 h.p. D.H. "Gipsy-Major" engine).