Flight 1921-02
Flight
THE VICKERS "VIKING" AMPHIBIAN: Some "snaps" taken during the recent Air Ministry Trials. The machine is seen taxying on the water.
THE VICKERS "VIKING" AMPHIBIAN: Some "snaps" taken during the recent Air Ministry Trials. The machine is shown manoeuvring on the water.
THE VICKERS "VIKING" AMPHIBIAN: Some "snaps" taken during the recent Air Ministry Trials. The machine is seen in full flight.
THE VICKERS "VIKING" AMPHIBIAN: Some "snaps" taken during the recent Air Ministry Trials. The machine is shown clearing the balloons in the landing test.
The Vickers "Viking" on the Thames
A Supermarine flying - boat, belonging to the Norske Luftfartrederi, outside Bergen, Norway.
SUPERMARINES IN NORWAY: The photograph on the left shows one of the Supermarine boats used by the Norske Luftfartrederi, and on the right is a view of Stavanger taken from the Supermarine boat.
THE SPERRY "MESSENGER"BIPLANE: Three-quarter front view.
THE SPERRY "MESSENGER" BIPLANE: Three-quarter rear view.
Sperry 'Messenger' biplane 60 hp Lawrence engine
An all-year daily service is being flown, and has been in operation some time, by the Aeromarine West Indies Airways Co. between Key West and Havana, a distance of about 100 miles, which takes a little over an hour by air. The views show one of the six 11-passenger flying-boats employed on this service, taking on passengers and in flight. This is a similar service to the new one mentioned in "Flight" the other week by the Transair Co.
The N.A.V.6 Limousine: Three-quarter front view.
THE N.A.V.6 LIMOUSINE: Three-quarter rear view.
General arrangement drawings of the Dutch N.A.V.6 four-seater limousine.