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Flight 1927-05
Flight
THE NEW YORK - PARIS FLIGHT: The Ryan monoplane "Spirit of St. Louis," fitted with a 220 h.p. Wright "Whirlwind" engine, on which Capt. Charles Lindbergh flew from New York to Paris in 33 1/2 hours.
THE NEW YORK - PARIS FLIGHT: Capt. Charles Lindbergh, Legion of Honour, who piloted, single-handed, his Ryan monoplane 3,600 miles across the Atlantic, from New York to Paris. This photograph was transmitted by telephone wires from St Louis to New York.
BRISTOL "JUPITERS" IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA: This successful air-cooled radial engine has found favour in several foreign countries, and our illustration show the "Jupiter" installed in Czecho-Slovakian machine, the Avia B.H.33 high-altitude single-seater fighter (Series VI engine);
BRISTOL "JUPITERS" IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA: This successful air-cooled radial engine has found favour in several foreign countries, and our illustration show the "Jupiter" installed in Czecho-Slovakian machine, the Avia B.H.26 two-seater fighter.
AN EASTER TOUR ON A D.H. "MOTH": These photographs show Mr. D. Kittel in the cockpit of his machine, and inset, starting on his flight.
THE MIDLAND CLUB "AT HOME": Two views taken on the occasion of a successful aerial "At Home," held last Sunday, at Castle Bromwich, showing some of the machines lined up for a handicap race for three cups presented by the Club Council.
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: Event 4, the Light Aeroplane Utility Race for the "Flight" Cup. The winners; (left), Flight-Lieut. G. I. Thomson and his passenger, Mr. McCracken, of the Hampshire Club. They wheeled their "Moth" out of its "hangar" (top), unfolded its wings, took off, flew one circuit, landed, re-folded, and pushed the machine back in the hangar (bottom) all in 7 mins. 14 secs.
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: The race for the Wakefield Challenge Cup. Four D.H. "Moths" go away in a "bunch."
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: Event 6, the President's Cup Race. The Midland and Newcastle Club "Moths," with five others behind, completing the first lap;
The arrival at Stag Lane of the Duchess of Bedford and Captain Barnard in the D.H. "Moth" on May 12.
THE MIDLAND CLUB "AT HOME": Two views taken on the occasion of a successful aerial "At Home," held last Sunday, at Castle Bromwich, showing some of the machines lined up for a handicap race for three cups presented by the Club Council.
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: Major L. P. Openshaw well away on the Westland "Widgeon III."
THE FLIGHT TOWARDS INDIA: Three photographs of the Hawker "Horsley" in flight, piloted by Lieut. Bulman, during tests at Brooklands.
FLIGHT TOWARDS INDIA: These three views show the Hawker "Horsley" with Rolls-Royce "Condor" engine on which Lieuts. Carr and Gillman are attempting a non-stop flight from England to India. The machine, it will be seen, has undergone remarkably small external changes, and is to outward appearances almost identical with the standard service type of machine in use by the R.A.F. To have managed to stow some 1,100 gallons of petrol into the machine without spoiling its remarkably clean lines is something of an achievement.
THE FLIGHT TOWARDS INDIA: Bringing the Hawker "Horsley" out of its hangar at Grantham on the morning of the start, and wheeling it towards the aerodrome.
THE FLIGHT TOWARDS INDIA: The Hawker "Horsley" being taxied across the aerodrome to the starting point, followed by interested onlookers.
THE TENSEST MOMENT OF THE CRANWELL - BANDER ABBAS FLIGHT: The Hawker "Horsley" taking off from the Cranwell aerodrome. The start had to be made at an angle with the prepared course, owing to a change in the wind direction, and the machine was bumped into the air by the sloping side of a gully.
The Flight Towards India: Flight-Lieut. Charles R. Carr, D.F.C., and Flight-Lieut. Leonard E. M. Gillman, by the Hawker "Horsley'' with Rolls-Royce "Condor" engine, on which they are attempting a nonstop flight from England to India. Lieut. Carr is chief pilot, while Lieut. Gillman is second pilot and navigator.
A Responsible Position: The Rolls-Royce "Condor III" engine, as installed in the Hawker "Horsley"
FUSELAGE OF THE HAWKER "HORSLEY": This view shows the seating accommodation, tanks and engine counting. Three more petrol tanks were housed in the top plane, giving a total petrol capacity of 1,100 gallons
THE PETROL TANKS OF THE "HORSLEY": On the left, the deck fairing tank. In the centre, the aft fuselage tank, and on the right the front fuselage tank.
The centre-section tank of the Hawker "Horsley."
THE PRODUCTION TYPE "AVIAN": One of the first Avro "Avians" to be completed under quantity production conditions was purchased by the R.A.E. Aero Club of Farnborough (the amateur designers and constructors of the "Hurricane" and "Sirocco" machines), and was used, almost immediately after delivery, for racing in the various events at the Bournemouth Easter Meeting. This is the machine shown in the photograph, the registration letters being G-EBQN. The engine is a "Cirrus" Mark II.
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: Event 6, the President's Cup Race. Bert Hinkler well away on his Avro "Avian" ("Cirrus"), with new landing chassis.
FIRST BRITISH LIGHT 'PLANE WORLD'S RECORD: This was established last week by Mrs. Eliott-Lynn in an Avro "Avian" with A.D.C. "Cirrus Mark II" engine.
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: Event 6, the President's Cup Race. Longton on the Blackburn "Bluebird."
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: A few of the many machines that took part in the programme.
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: Event 3, Flying boat v. Land 'plane. Three Supermarine "Southampton" flew over the aerodrome, at which a formation of 5 Gloster "Gamecocks" ascended and chased them away.
SEEN AT THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: One of Service Events; Flight-Lieut. H. C. Calvey gives a demonstration of Eccentric flying;
SEEN AT THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: One of Service Events; Flight-Lieut. C. R. Smythe. F. O. C. W. Byas, and Sergt.-Pilot E. H. Wells, give some fine Stunting in Formation on Gloster "Gamecocks."
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: The first two home, who were, however, disqualified - Uwins on the Bristol "Brownie" and Le Poer Trench on "Halton I"
SPEED AND MANOEUVRABILITY: These views of the Fairey IIIF in flight, piloted by Capt. Norman Macmillan, give some idea of the way this machine can be "thrown about." The Cairo-Cape-Cairo flight was carried out by four machines of this type.
THE FAIREY IIIF MACHINE WITH NAPIER "LION" ENGINE: The R.A.F. Flight from Cairo to the Cape and back, which has just been successfully concluded, was carried out on machines of this type. The IIIF has quite a resemblance to the Fairey "Fox."
THE SERVICE AFRICAN FLIGHT: The four Fairey III.F biplanes, fitted with Napier "Lion" engines, on which the R.A.F. flight from Cairo to Cape Town and back is being carried out under the command of Air-Commodore Samson, C.M.G., D.S.O., A.F.C. Our picture shows the machines starting from Heliopolis on March 30. They reached the Cape on April 21, and are scheduled to start the return journey on May 9, arriving back at Cairo on May 22.
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: The first two home, who were, however, disqualified - Uwins on the Bristol "Brownie" and Le Poer Trench on "Halton I"
THE PARIS - NEW YORK FLIGHT: Our Photograph shows the P. Levasseur "Avion Marin" three-seater exhibited at the last Paris Aero Show. The actual machine used was somewhat modified to take larger tanks, and the front cockpit removed. The insets show: Left, Captain Nungesser; and, right, Captain Coli.
THE ROHRBACH "ROCCO": On the left, the crew getting on board for the first test flight. The pilot on this occasion was Herr Landmann. On the right, the machine on the beach. Note the two trolleys used for beaching the machine, which are attached outside the wing struts and support the machine from there. Above, a view of the machine in flight. On its first test flight the "Rocco" is reported to have got "unstuck" in 10 seconds! The engines are Rolls-Royce "Condors."
THE ROHRBACH "ROCCO": The two larger views show the central portion of the hull, the mountings and cowlings of the two Rolls-Royce engines, and the wing bracing struts. In the lower left-hand corner is a view of the hull being transported through the streets of Berlin, the nose having the appearance of the bows of a liner. In the top right-hand corner a view of the hull, upside-down, being hoisted by a crane.
THE ROHRBACH "ROCCO": This view of the hull lying on its side gives a good idea of the placing of the cockpit, hatch covers, etc. Note the longitudinal flutings which stiffen the deck so as to enable the crew to walk along it.
Rohrbach "Rocco" 2 Rolls-Royce "Condor III" Engines
THE HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: Event 3, Flying boat v. Land 'plane. Three Supermarine "Southampton" flew over the aerodrome
METAL CONSTRUCTION: These photographs show the first of the Supermarine Southamptons to be fitted with an all-metal hull. This is of slightly different shape and is claimed to weight some 500 lbs. lighter than the corresponding wooden hull. By the time the water soakage is taken into consideration, the difference in weight becomes even more pronounced, and the saving is reflected in either greater useful load or an increased range. The two engines are Napier "Lions."
THE FIRST AERO FILLING STATION: The Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd., have recently established a petrol filling station - the first in this country - at Brooklands, where aircraft, like the Henderson's Flying School Avro shown in our illustration, can fill up with "Pratts'" Spirit speedily and easily.
HAMPSHIRE AIR PAGEANT: The Amphibian Element. Two views of the Supermarine "Sheldrake" (Napier "Lion")
BRISTOL "JUPITERS" IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA: This successful air-cooled radial engine has found favour in several foreign countries, and our illustration show the "Jupiter" installed in Czecho-Slovakian machine, the Avia B.H.21 single-seater fighter;