Flight 1920-08
Flight
RETRIBUTION: Three Fokker biplanes have attacked an S.E.5 at 12,000 feet, and with a blazing petrol tank it falls in pieces. Swiftly two more S.E.5s and a Sopwith Camel race to avenge the duel, and a Fokker biplane is seen in its last dive, with the engine hit and the pilot shot dead. From an original drawing by Roderic Hill
RETRIBUTION: Three Fokker biplanes have attacked an S.E.5 at 12,000 feet, and with a blazing petrol tank it falls in pieces. Swiftly two more S.E.5s and a Sopwith Camel race to avenge the duel, and a Fokker biplane is seen in its last dive, with the engine hit and the pilot shot dead. From an original drawing by Roderic Hill
The Fokker V-45 passenger machine
Three-quarter front view of the Fokker V-45
A Fokker passenger-carrying monoplane, 185 h.p. B.M.W. engine. General arrangement, sketch
The Avro Commercial triplane, type 547A, 240 h.p. Siddeley-Puma engine, for four passengers
Пассажирская "Антилопа" стала одним из последних самолетов, выпущенных под знаменитой маркой "Сопвич".
The Sopwith "Antelope," 180 h.p. Hispano-Suiza engine
AT OLYMPIA: The Vickers Vimy-Commercial, two 375 h.p. Rolls-Royce "Eagle" engines
THE CENTRAL AIRCRAFT CO.'S FLYING SCHOOL AT NORTHOLT: Two of the School's Avros;
RETRIBUTION: Three Fokker biplanes have attacked an S.E.5 at 12,000 feet, and with a blazing petrol tank it falls in pieces. Swiftly two more S.E.5s and a Sopwith Camel race to avenge the duel, and a Fokker biplane is seen in its last dive, with the engine hit and the pilot shot dead. From an original drawing by Roderic Hill
THE "ALULA" WING: Our photo, shows an experimental machine, built by the Blackburn Co. and flown by their pilot, Capt. Clinch, for ascertaining full-size figures for the wing. The high position of the plane is used to get it out of the propeller slip stream
THE BRISTOL "SEELY PUMA" BIPLANE: Three-quarter rear view
THE BRISTOL "SEELY PUMA" BIPLANE: Three-quarter front view
The "Centaur 2a," two 160 h.p. Beardmore engines
THE LOUGHEAD SINGLE-SEATER SPORT-'PLANE: It is fitted with a 25 h.p. 2-cyl. opposed water-cooled engine, and the lower plane is pivoted so as to serve as an air-brake as well as for lateral balancing.
Front view of the Loughead single-seater Sport-'plane, with wings folded.
THE WESTLAND 6-SEATER LIMOUSINE: Note the petrol tanks underneath the lower plane. The Westland limousine won the Air Ministry trials for commercial aeroplanes. One of these machines has been used with great success in Newfoundland by Capt. S. Cotton.
The Westland 6-seater Limousine: View of the mounting of the 450 h.p. Napier-Lion aero engine
THE BEARDMORE W.B.10: Our photograph shows the construction of the all-metal fuselage
THE CENTRAL AIRCRAFT CO.'S FLYING SCHOOL AT NORTHOLT: A lady pupil off for a flip
THE CENTRAL AIRCRAFT CO.'S FLYING SCHOOL AT NORTHOLT: Some C.A.C.-built school-'buses;
Three-quarter front view of the Aeromarine 10-passenger Aerial Yacht (6F-5-L type) "New Jersey"
Interior view of the fore passengers'-cabin on the Aeromarine Aerial Yacht, "New Jersey"
The Austin "Kestrel," 200 h.p. Beardmore engine
Three-quarter front view of the W.K.F. Sporting Biplane
Three-quarter rear view ot the W.K.F. Sporting Biplane
Plan view of the W.K.F. Sporting Biplane, showing the main planes in skeleton
THE W.K.F. SPORTING BIPLANE: Diagrammatic sketch of the simple control gear for the ailerons and elevators
W.K.F. Sporting Biplane 35 H.P. Haacke Engine