Flight 1920-11
Flight
Interior views of the cabin of a Sikorsky biplane. On the left the fore part, and on the right looking towards the tail
MODERN CABIN MACHINES: The B.A.T., F.K. 26.
THE STAAKEN MONOPLANE: This machine, which is fitted with four Maybach engines of 260 h.p. each, was briefly described in our issue of October 28. Note the floral decorations
MODERN CABIN MACHINES: The Avro Commercial Triplane.
MODERN CABIN MACHINES: The Vickers-Vimy-Commercial.
The Avro Two-Seater "Baby" Biplane: Three-quarter front view
The Avro Two-Seater "Baby" Biplane: Three-quarter rear view
Avro "Baby" 35 h.p. Green Two-Seater Biplane
MODERN CABIN MACHINES: The Bristol Pullman Triplane. Note division of cabin into separate compartments with corridor.
MODERN CABIN MACHINES: The Bristol Coupe.
The new Curtiss "Eagle" six-passenger biplane, fitted with one 400 h.p. Liberty. Previous models - already illustrated in "Flight" - were fitted with three and two engines respectively
THE F.I.A.T. TWELVE-SEATER BIPLANE: Sectional side elevation of the fuselage, showing cabin arrangement, etc.
The F.I.A.T. Twelve-Seater Biplane: A cross-section through the fuselage (cabin portion)
FIAT Twelve-Seater Triple-Engined Biplane 900 H.P.
THE FIRST CZECH INTERNATIONAL AERO EXHIBITION AT PRAGUE: The Central Aircraft Works' "Sm." machines
The First Czech International Aero Exhibition at Prague: The limousine biplane exhibited by the "Central-Aircraft-Works"
MODERN CABIN MACHINES: The Westland Limousine.
THE DAMBLANC HELICOPTER: Photograph of a scale model of the two direct-lift screws employed on the Damblanc "Alerion."
MODERN CABIN MACHINES: The Martinsyde A.II.
American Sportplane: The W.A.C.O. "Cootie" parasol monoplane
The U.S. Airplane Co.'s "L.C.7" tractor biplane
THE FIRST CZECH INTERNATIONAL AERO EXHIBITION AT PRAGUE: The "Bohemia" B.5 two-seater 40 h.p. sporting biplane, and the C.Ae.C.'s historical section.
The First Czech International Aero Exhibition at Prague: The Avia "B.H." 35 h.p. sporting monoplane. Note the thick, tapering wings
The First Czech International Aero Exhibition at Prague: The "Aero" Co.'s two-seater tractor biplane
THE FIRST CZECH INTERNATIONAL AERO EXHIBITION AT PRAGUE: The Ikarus ''limousine biplane" Brandenburg type