H. L BROOK FLYING A STANDARD MILES FALCON (GIPSY MAJOR) Accomplished the amazing performance by flying from AUSTRALIA to ENGLAND in 7 DAYS 19 hours 50 mins.
A Great Combination The A.W. Scimitar all metal single seater fighter with SIDDELEY PANTHER Engine
HAWKER FURY ROLLS-ROYCE KESTREL ENGINE
The GLOSTER "GAUNTLET" Bristol "Mercury" VI Engine. General Purpose Fighter as adopted by the Royal Air Force and the Royal Danish Army Air Service.
The Blackburn Shark (Tiger Engine) which is being supplied to the Royal Air Force for the Fleet Air Arm.
The SARO LONDON, fitted with two “Bristol” Pegasus engines, is a twin-engined flying boat designed for open-sea reconnaissance and coastal defence. Constructed by Saunders Roe, Ltd., the London has accommodation for a crew of six - two pilots, a navigator, an engineer, a rigger and a wireless operator, and it carries a very full equipment, including wireless. Standard equipment of the Royal Air Force. A flight of five of these machines, in formation, is on its way to Australia, on a goodwill visit.
The Arethusa, an Imperial Airway's Liner of the Atalanta class at Rangoon.
This is one of the Imperial Airways machines, all of which are fitted with Marconi Wireless equipment.
BOULTON PAUL P.71.A TWIN-ENGINED COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT AS SUPPLIED TO IMPERIAL AIRWAYS LTD.