Flight 1935-04
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SMITH INSTRUMENTS and "HUSUN" COMPASS are standard equipment on the MILES FALCON.
BULLDOG MARK IV. SINGLE SEATER GENERAL PURPOSES DAY AND NIGHT FIGHTER.
READY FOR MARTLESHAM: The first production model of the Handley Page "Heyford" bombers (Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engines) was completed last week, and after constructor's trials was flown to Martlesham for official trials.
THE HAWKER HIGH-SPEED "FURY" modified since its last appearance in public. A later type engine has been fitted and the performance shows a marked increase.
ViCKERS "VINCENT" General Purpose Machine
THE Saro A.27 Flying Boat (Pegasus Engines), illustrated herewith is now in production for the British Air Ministry. Besides the Service type Flying Boats, Saro products include a range of Amphibians adaptable for practically every requirement of civil or service aviation.
THE NEW AVRO 652
THE VICKERS "VILDEBEEST." Fitted with a "Bristol" Pegasus Engine for use either as a bomber or torpedoplane, this aircraft is notable for its weight-carrying capabilities, the disposable load being nearly two tons. The Pegasus-engined "Vildebeest" is in full production in the establishment of Messrs. Vickers (Aviation) Ltd., Brooklands, and has been adopted as standard equipment by the Royal Air Force and by the Government of New Zealand. Already several squadrons operating in various parts of the world are equipped with this machine.
Было построено 37 самолетов Eagle 2, первым был G-ACZT. Этот самолет был оборудован в варианте "люкс".
For the new Avro four-engined monoplane specially built for the Viceroy of India, complete Marconi equipment was selected. This is the combined medium and short wave transmitting and receiving apparatus, Type A.D. 37/38, with Marconi "homing" device, as adopted by Imperial Airways for their "Atalanta" class aeroplanes operating on the Indian and African air routes, and by Qantas Empire Airways, South African Airways, and Lineas Aereas Postales Espanolas.
The Imperial Airway's Liner Aurora of the Atalanta class about to leave Akyab, Burma.