Flight 1929-07
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The Latest R.A.F. Day Bomber. The Hawker Hart with Rolls Royce F. Engine.
THE HOLD OF THE FOKKER F. XIV - "Jupiter" AIR FREIGHTER.
"Bristol" Bulldog All-metal Single Seater Fighters under construction in the Bristol Aeroplane Company's works at Filton.
A 14-seater triple-engined S.A.B.E.N.A. Handley Page.
The photograph shows Capt. Broad behind the Sealed Gipsy Engine which has completed 502.3 flying hours (apart from running up and taxying, which is approximately another 43.75 hours) or 42,695 MILES.
A Luft Hansa Junkers G31, 12-passenger monoplane.
The Hawker Horsley, with Rolls-Royce Condor engine, supplied to the order of the Greek Government.
The latest Instrument Panel, which includes a full range of Dashboard Instruments, Ignition Switch and Aperiodic Compass. All Instruments and the Aperiodic Compass are radiumised for night flying. AS FITTED TO THE BLACKBURN "LINCOCK."
A twin-engined Fokker of the K.L.M. Line.
The Farman F. 190 in flight.
The Hawker Hornet with Rolls Royce F. engine. The fastest single seater fighter in the world.
GLOSTER "GNATSNAPPER" ALL METAL SHIP FIGHTER
The Hawker "TOM-TIT" Training machine with Armstrong Siddeley Mongoose engine, now in production for the Royal Air Force.
Hull in skeleton form of the Supermarine "Southampton" Flying Boat, showing method of building up frame on a deep keel of Duralumin plate.
Seaworthiness Test of "Rohrbach-Romar."
Cellon Dope meets all requirements - it is used for Service Machines, Civil Air Lines and light Aeroplanes, a fine example of which is shown here. "Spartans," built by Simmonds Aircraft, Ltd., are used in many foreign countries, and they are always, of course, doped with CELLON, which gives unvarying satisfaction under the most varying conditions.
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