Flight, June 1935
NEW and EXPERIMENTAL TYPES at HENDON
Vickers G.P. Biplane: Designed to perform the duties of a General Purpose aeroplane, or to be used as a day and night bomber or as a torpedo-carrier, this machine is a single-engined tractor biplane of
all-metal construction, duralumin being the chief structural material. The pilot is placed ahead of the wings, and his cockpit is closed by a transparent roof. Handley Page slots and Frise ailerons are fitted. The undercarriage has Vickers oleo-pneumatic shock absorbers and Vickers wheel brakes. The wing span is 73 ft. 7 in., the length 38 ft. 6 in., and the gross weight 10,000 lb.