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Aeroplane Monthly 1985-12
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J.Stroud - Wings of Peace (2)
The prototype Westland IV with Cirrus III engines.
Imperial Airways’ Cirrus Hermes-engined Westland IV at Croydon.
Cobham's Westland IV after being fitted with five-cylinder Genet Majors, seen on the golf course at St Mary’s, Scilly, in 1936.
The prototype Wessex, and first of four for Sabena.
The high-performance Wessex G-ABEG with seven-cylinder Genet Major IAs.
Imperial Airways’ Westland IV at Croydon after conversion to high-performance Wessex.
PSIoWA’s special Wessex, with raised crew compartment and modified tail unit, at Portsmouth, with Jersey Airways' D. H. Dragon G-ACMO St Ouen’s Bay on the right.
PSIoWA's Wessex G-ABVB over Southsea en route to the Isle of Wight in the distance.
Believed to be the last Wessex, G-ACIJ, with cowled engines, before delivery to Egypt.
WESTLAND WESSEX FOR EGYPT: A Westland Wessex, with accommodation for six passengers and pilot and navigator, has just been supplied by the Westland Aircraft Works to the Egyptian Army Air Force for transporting high officials in Egypt. The machine was submitted for acceptance tests at Heston and the guaranteed figures comfortably attained. On March 15 the machine set out for Egypt, the trip being made via Paris, Marseilles, Nice, Cagliari, Sardinia, Tunis, Tripoli, Cairo. Taking it in easy stages the machine arrived at Cairo on March 21. The pilot was Mr. D. P. Cameron, who has made this trip several times before.
Imperial Airways’ charter fleet line-up at Croydon in 1933. Right to left: Westland Wessex G-ACHI and G-AAGW, Avro Ten G-ABLU Apollo, and Desoutter I ambulance G-ABMW Air Taxi No.6.
KEITH WOODCOCK'S painting shows Portsmouth, Southsea and Isle of Wight Aviation's special Wessex G-ABVB.
Westland 1929 drawing of the Westland V project.
PSIoWA’s special Wessex, with raised crew compartment and modified tail unit, at Portsmouth, with Jersey Airways' D. H. Dragon G-ACMO St Ouen’s Bay on the right.
Imperial Airways’ charter fleet line-up at Croydon in 1933. Right to left: Westland Wessex G-ACHI and G-AAGW, Avro Ten G-ABLU Apollo, and Desoutter I ambulance G-ABMW Air Taxi No.6.
Imperial Airways’ charter fleet line-up at Croydon in 1933. Right to left: Westland Wessex G-ACHI and G-AAGW, Avro Ten G-ABLU Apollo, and Desoutter I ambulance G-ABMW Air Taxi No.6.