The high-performance Wessex delivered to Imperial Airways in 1933.
Westland Wessex, 3-engined six-seater
Boulton & Paul Sidestrands as supplied to the Royal Air Force
THE FAIREY "FIREFLY" MK.II
THE FAIREY "FIREFLY" MK.II. ... the premier single-seater fighter in the world to-day, unsurpassed in performance and equally remarkable for its extreme and ready manoeuvrability
HAWKER HIGH SPEED 'FURY' FITTED WITH ROLLS-ROYCE 'KESTREL' ENGINE
Vickers "Vildebeest" (Pegasus engine) for "general purpose" duties. The auxiliary fuel tank increases the range from 625 to 1,250 miles.
Avro 626. Cheetah or Lynx Engine. For the entire instruction of pilots and observers. For each alternative duty, standard service armament and equipment is used and in all cases both pilot instructor and pupil are accomodated.
Avro Tutors (Lynx) in Formation.
Avro Tutor. Lynx Engine. The success with which the Avro Tutor completed three years of official trials in competition with every other British training aeroplane has been confirmed by the selection of the Tutor by the British Air Ministry as the new standard training aeroplane of the Royal Air Force.
Avro Cadet. Genet Major Engine. The qualities essential to the complete flying instruction of war pilots are present in the Cadet to a degree which is unparalleled at such economical initial cost. The Cadet is standard equipment for the training of Royal Air Force Reserve pilots at Air Service Training Limited.
OVER MOUNT EVEREST: Westland Aircraft fitted with wooden Airscrews.
The Short Singapore III 4 Rolls-Royce "Kestrel" engines.
WINNER OF THE KING'S CUP AIR RACE, 1933 CAPT. GEOFFREY DE HAVILLAND FLYING A D.H. LEOPARD MOTH DOPED WITH "TITANINE"
The Royal party leaving the Aurora.
Vickers Supermarine "Scapa" Rolls-Royce Kestrel engines.