Flight 1935-01
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"Bristol" Bulldog Mk.IV
The "Bristol" Bulldog Mark IV
The A.W. Scimitar all metal single seater fighter
Истребители "Фьюри" 1 в полете, 1-я эскадрилья Королевских ВВС, июль 1933 г.
A formation of Hawker Fury Is of No 1 Squadron up from Tangmere in July 1933.
The Blackburn Torpedo Spotter Reconnaissance Tiger engined land and seaplane which is being supplied to the Royal Air Force for the Fleet Air Arm.
A Panther engined Fairey Seal seaplane of the Fleet Arm being placed on its catapult aboard one of HM.'s. battleships.
SHORT SINGAPORE III FLYING BOATS, FITTED WITH FOUR ROLLS-ROYCE ENGINES
The machines illustrated include a new delivery of "Cadets" to the famous "Air University" of Air Service Training Ltd. This school, which is the only one of its kind in the world, maintains the high standard of its flying instruction by using Avro aeroplanes equipped with Siddeley engines.
Rotating loop aerial of the new Marconi "homing" device on the Imperial Airways liner "Hengist."
3 seater cabin de luxe. Retractable undercarriage. Speed range 45-170 m.p.h. ?1259 with Gipsy Major. ?1475 with Gipsy Six.
The "Overseas Envoy" with its Townend ring-cowled "Lynxes."
BLACKBURN "PERTH" FLYING-BOAT 3 ROLLS-ROYCE "BUZZARD" ENGINES
"SCION" This machine has a take-off run of 120 yards - landing run 100 yards Fitted with two Pobjoy Niagara Engines which use less petrol per h.p. than any other air-cooled engine, thereby enabling this machine to give maximum mileage for minimum cost.
Why "Chassis-borne"? This phrase is aptly employed to signify a structure similar to that in the motor car, or to the keel of a ship; a strong primary arrangement of braced girders (the Monospar system), surrounded by a light superstructure. The superstructure gives high aerodynamic efficiency and an outstanding propensity for cheap repairs by not necessarily fully skilled or licenced engineers, and provides for easy modification to suit a multitude of purposes; it also protects the primary structure from many of the expensive and serious accidents which frequently occur on the best regulated of aerodromes.
SHORT-ROLlS-ROYCE GIANT FLYING BOAT FITTED WITH 6 ROLLS-ROYCE BUZZARD' ENGINES WEIGHT 35 TONS