Air International 1982-02
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Fighter A to Z
The H.220 in definitive form.
The H.220 as exhibited at the Paris Show in November 1936 with Renault inline engines.
The H.220-2 photographed at Avord on 24 April 1939.
The H.220-2 photographed at Avord on 24 April 1939.
The H.220 in the form in which it was first flown, with the definitive vertical tail dotted.
The NC 600 which was evolved from the H.220-2 and was flown for the first time on 15 May 1940.
The H.31 was a contender in the 1923 C1 programme, but offered an inferior performance to all other competitors.
The H.110 was comparatively radical in employing a twin-tailboom configuration and a pusher engine.
The H.110 was comparatively radical in employing a twin-tailboom configuration and a pusher engine.