Flight 1929-05
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The photograph shows the Fairey long range Monoplane (Napier Engine) which left Cranwell at 10.37 a.m. on April 24th and landed at Karachi at 1.15 p.m. on April 26th, thus completing a non-stop flight of 4,130 miles in 50 hours 38 mins. The pilots of the machine for this flight were Squadron Leader A. G. Jones-Williams and Flight Lieutenant N. H. Jenkins. This machine was specially built by the Fairey Aviation Co. for the Air Ministry.
THE chassis members, the engine-carrying nose, and other of the vital tubular parts of the Fairey Long Range Monoplane (Napier Engine), are made from A and P Tubes, and the wonderful achievement of this machine adds another to the long list of A and P-assisted air records
AVRO-10
The new All-Metal "Bluebird" has been chosen by National Flying Services Limited as one of the two makes of light aeroplanes to be adopted as their first standard training machines
Gloster Gamecock II
The "Golden Ray" - the new fast Air Union Service to Paris
A photograph of the Dashboard of the Supermarine "Southampton" Twin-engined Flying Boat (a number of which have been supplied to the Argentine Navy) showing a range of Smith's Instruments and the "Husun" Compass. The Revolution Indicators supplied with these Machines are of,the large dial type, and are fitted to the Engine Nacelles.