Air Pictorial 1964-09
??? - What to see at Farnborough
The Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.2 low-level strike aircraft (two R.R. Speys) on order for the Royal Navy and South African Navy
Hawker Siddeley Trident G-ARPH makes a low pass during the R.A.F.A. North Weald display. The Trident entered service with B.E.A. in March
G-ASKZ, the first Hawker Siddeley Argosy Series 200 freighter, has wider front and rear door apertures than earlier models
On order for R.A.F. Transport Command, the Hawker Siddeley Andover C.1 tactical freighter (prototype G-ARRV illustrated) displays its rear loading doors
One of a batch of Westland Wasp anti-submarine helicopters, similar to the Royal Navy's AS.1, being supplied to the South African Navy
Demonstrating its impressive take-off performance, G-ASGA, the first BAC Super VC10, made its maiden flight on ith May.
Two Hawker Siddeley H.S.125 executive jets will be at the Show. G-ASSI (illustrated) is at present on a sales tour of Canada and the U.S.A.
The world's first operational V/STOL strike-fighter, the Hawker Siddeley P.1127 (XP831), during trials aboard H.M.S. Ark Royal. Nine P.1127s are to form a Triparte (U.K., U.S., German) Evaluation Squadron next January
Twelve Westland Wessex Mk.52s have been ordered by the Iraqi A.F. The Mk.52 is equivalent to the R.A.F.'s Mk.2, which will be at Farnborough
The second Short Belfast C.1 (XR363) long-range strategic freighter. Ten Belfasts have been ordered for R.A.F. Transport Command
Scheduled to fly just after this issue went to press, the prototype BAC TSR-2, XR219, seen here at Boscombe Down, may appear in the flypasts