Jane's All the World Aircraft 1975
Buccaneer S Mk.2 modified by Marshall of Cambridge as an MRCA avionics development aircraft
McDonnell Douglas TF-15A Eagle, fitted with Fast Packs
Bell JetRanger with belly-mounted spray system designed by Omniflight of Janesville, Wisconsin
Agusta-Bell 212ASW anti-submarine and anti-shipping helicopter, first of 28 ordered for the Italian Navy
Panavia 200 MRCA, photographed during its first flight on 14 August 1974
Amphibious version of the Britten-Norman Islander, for which PADC will provide a float installation centre
Yakovlev Yak-42 short-range airliner (three Lotarev D-36 turbofan engines)
Dassault-Breguet Falcon 50 extended-range three-turbofan light transport
Ex-Air Canada Viscount testbed for the UACL PT6A-50 engine intended to power the de Havilland Canada DHC-7 "quiet STOL" transport
Shorts SD3-30, with wheels and flaps down, during its first test flight on 22 August 1974
M-15 turbofan-powered agricultural biplane, designed jointly by Polish and Soviet engineers, in its production form
Saab 37 Viggen testbed for the 30 mm Oerlikon KCA internally-mounted gun specified for the JA 37 interceptor
Sportavia Fournier RF-6 Sportsman
Scottish Aviation Bulldog Srs 200, with retractable landing gear
Feasibility version of Teledyne Ryan mini-RPV