Flight 1925-01
Flight
The Fairey III-D Amphibian Seaplane: We show here a "close-up" of this machine - which was described in "Flight" for October 16 last - showing the Rolls-Royce "Eagle IX" engine, Fairey-Reed metal tractor screw, and the float gear. This machine has been sent to British Guiana.
THE FOCKE-WULF A.16: Three-quarter front view. The engine is a 75 h.p. Siemens radial air-cooled.
THE FOCKE-WULF A.16: Side view, showing entrance door to cabin.
THE FOCKE-WULF A.16: Three-quarter rear view.
Focke-Wulf Monoplane 75 hp Siemens-Halske Engine
DE HAVILLANDS IN AUSTRALIA: Our photographs were taken on the occasion of a flight from Winton to Longreach and back, when the Federal Prime Minister, Mr. Bruce, Mrs. Bruce and a party were the passengers. Above are seen the two machines at Longreach aerodrome. On the left the Prime Minister and Mrs. Bruce are seen conversing with Mr. Fysh, while on the right the D.H.50 is seen taking off from Winton. Note the flat and apparently unlimited aerodrome.
Front view of the Avia B.H.17, fitted with 300 h.p. Hispano-Suiza engine.
The Avia B.H.17 undergoing sand-loading tests. A factor of safety of 12-5 was reached, and then the wings did not break until the load had been sustained for three minutes.
A New Blackburn: Three-quarter front view of the school seaplane, fitted with Napier "Lion" engine, which was flown very successfully recently.
Side view of the Blackburn school seaplane. Note the back-swept wings.
The Fairey oleo-pneumatic undercarriage as fitted on the "Fawn," "Flycatcher," etc. The travel of the wheels is exceptionally long, and the machines can be pancaked from a considerable height without damage.
THE BUILT-UP STEEL-PLATE ENGINE MOUNTING OF THE FAIREY "FLYCATCHER": The engine plate is in four sections, the details of the construction and method of joining being shown in the sketches.
SOME INTERESTING DETAILS ON THE FAIREY "FLYCATCHER": 1, the pilot's cockpit is provided with sliding panels working in grooves and locked in any position by the spring catches shown in 2. In 3 are shown the rudder pedals, which are adjustable to suit pilots of different height. 4 shows the tail-skid assembly of the " Flycatcher." Rubber discs, working in compression provide the springing. Details are given in 5, 6, and 7.
Another view of the Canadian Vickers "Vedette." The pilot is Flying Officer Plenderleith, of world-flight fame.
The Canadian Vickers "Vedette" flying boat taxying. The machine was designed for fire patrol and photographic survey work.
The Canadian Vickers "Vedette" in flight. The machine can be fitted with either Rolls-Royce "Falcon" or Wolseley "Viper."
Canadian Vickers "Vedette" Type C.V.I
The "L.P.W." monoplane glider, built last year by members of the Lancashire Aero Club, and which, fitted with a motor-cycle engine, will be used this year as a "taxi-instruction" 'bus.
A NEW DE HAVILLAND AIR LINER: The fuselage of the D.H.54 in course of construction at the Stag Lane Works of the de Havilland Aircraft Company. The men alongside give some idea of the size of the machine, which will carry 14 passengers. The power plant is to be a Rolls-Royce "Condor."
A "Revolutionary" Design from Russia: The "Parabola" monoplane, constructed by Cheranovsky, which flew well at the Second Soviet Union Glider Competitions. It is seen in flight from below.
The "Parabola" Monoplane Glider: The general design of this "all-wing" glider will be gathered from the accompanying sketch, which is a three-quarter rear view from above.
GLIDING IN SOVIET RUSSIA: View taken at the Second 'Soviet Union Glider Competitions held at Feodossia (Crimea) last September. On the photo is seen the "Kpir" monoplane, constructed by the Kieff Polytechnic Students' Club, starting off piloted by Jakovtchouk.
GLIDING IN SOVIET RUSSIA: View taken at the Second 'Soviet Union Glider Competitions held at Feodossia (Crimea) last September. On the photo will be seen Sernov on the "Artamonoff" monoplane (lower) and the "Kpir" (upper) in full flight.
GLIDING IN SOVIET RUSSIA: View taken at the Second 'Soviet Union Glider Competitions held at Feodossia (Crimea) last September. On the photo will be seen Sernov on the "Artamonoff" monoplane (lower) and the "Kpir" (upper) in full flight.
GLIDING IN SOVIET RUSSIA: View taken at the Second 'Soviet Union Glider Competitions held at Feodossia (Crimea) last September. On the photo the "Red Flyer of Leningrad" starting.
The Feiro "Dongo" school machine: Three-quarter front view. Note the X-struts.
The Feiro "Dongo" school machine: This side view gives a good idea of the pronounced stagger.
Feiro "Dongo" School Machine 60 hp Rotary Engine
THE AEROMARINE MODEL EO SPORT FLYING-BOAT: Front and side views and, inset, in flight. It is fitted with a 70-80 h.p. Anzani 6A3 engine.
An American Commercial Limousine: The Kinner 5-passenger biplane employed by Dr. T. C. Young, of Glendale, Cal. It is fitted with a 198 h.p. Renault engine.