The 1,200 Gallon "De Bergue" Riveted Wing Tank in course of construction for the "Mercury" (The Short-Mayo Upper Component).
HIGH PERFORMANCE: One of the Hawker Hind day Bombers (Kestrel V. Engine) supplied to the Portuguese Air Force.
UNDERGOING TESTS. The first Hawker Hind for the Royal Jugo-Slav Air Force (Kestrel XVI Engine.)
SARO "LONDONS" OVER GIBRALTAR returning to England on a non-stop flight upon the completion of co-operation exercises with the Fleet.
THE 'NORSEMAN' AT STAVANGER
Modern insistence on Safety and Comfort demands that the large transport aeroplane of to-day be given two or more engines. Every reason exists for giving the smaller machine the same advantages. Pioneering, the Monospar was the first practical, small twin-engined aeroplane and it is to-day the liveliest and least expensive 4-seater in its class.
SHORT SCION SENIOR. 8-10 SEATER LAND OR SEAPLANE. 4 POBJOY NIAGARA ENGINES. CRUISING SPEED 127 M.P.H.
The Miles Whitney Straight (Gipsy Major) which Brig.-Gen. Lewin brought into second place.