Flight 1929-01
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Actual photograph taken from accompanying 'plane, at instant after man had jumped and pulled the rip cord - his Irvin is seen instantly opening.
Lady Bailey with her Moth, at Stag Lane.
Boulton & Paul "Partridge" Single-Seater Fighter, and "Sidestrand" Day Bombers of all-metal construction, fabric covered.
The Boulton & Paul "Partridge" single-seater fighter of all-metal construction.
Boulton & Paul "Partridge" Single-Seater Fighter, and "Sidestrand" Day Bombers of all-metal construction, fabric covered.
A photograph of a Hawker "Horsley" - Rolls "Condor."
The "HORSLEY" Torpedo Bomber, now in production, represents the most efficient and advanced machine of this type. Particulars can be supplied to Colonial and Foreign Governments on application.
The VICKERS "VICTORIA" (Twin Napier "Lion" Engines) TROOP CARRIER used by the ROYAL AIR FORCE FOR THE EVACUATION OF CIVILIANS FROM KABUL to PESHAWAR
Actual photograph taken from accompanying 'plane, at instant after man had jumped and pulled the rip cord - his Irvin is seen instantly opening.
The illustration shows a Fairey III F. - one of a series of machines supplied to the Argentine Navy by the Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd. They were all, of course, doped with Cellon.
The extensive adaptability of the Fairey III.F. aircraft is already well-known. The photograph, however, shows this adaptability extended to a still further degree, by the variety of engines that can be installed, each III.F. aircraft being fitted with a different type of engine, namely, Napier "Lion" XI, Rolls-Royce "F" type, Bristol "Jupiter" VIII, and the Lorraine 12 Ed. The general utility and high efficiency of the Fairey III.F. is already confirmed by the large numbers in use with the Royal Air Force at home and overseas, and with the Air Forces of the Dominions, and of Foreign Governments.
One of the Fairey III.F. (Lorraine engine) aircraft recently supplied to the Argentine Navy undergoing test at our Hamble Works near Southampton.
Few types of all-metal Multi-engined Aircraft are able to continue Flight with one Engine out of action. The Rohrbach Roland is capable of doing so.
A single-seater fighter of outstanding merit incorporating the Hawker patent system of metal construction.
The illustration shows a Supermarine "Solent" - Jaguar Engines.