For the Type 149 Bolingbroke (later Blenheim IV) a lenghtened but still blunt nose was introduced, allowing for a radio operator/navigator ahead of the pilot, but the windscreen position was found to be too far from the pilot's eyes, leading to design of the "stepped" nose with the added refinement of an assymetric scalloping to improve the view for landing.
Imperial Airways introduces the first of its fleet of fourteen new Ensign air liners - the biggest in Europe and the most comfortable in the world. Observation corridor, smoking cabin and kitchen aboard. Four engines for security, and London-Paris 80 minutes’ flying
Looking across the Medina estuary to West Cowes
Группа "энсонов" из 217-й эскадрильи
ESCORT: A fine impression of Ansons escorting the royal yacht, Enchantress, during Their Majesties' recent visit to France. The formation is flying a figure 8 in order to keep in the vicinity of the vessel.
A.R.E. 100. Short and Medium Wave Transmitter Receiver and Control Unit
A NEW DEPARTURE IN PURSUIT AIRCRAFT FOKKER D.23: HIGH-SPEED TWIN-ENGINED SINGLE SEAT FIGHTER