Flight 1937-07
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FOR JUGO-SLAVIA. Hawker Fury (Rolls-Royce Kestrel V Engine), one of a squadron supplied to the Royal Jugo-Slav Air Force.
On June 2nd four British military nursing sisters were flown non-stop from Calshot to Gibraltar to assist in tending the wounded from the German cruiser 'Deutschland'
The Avro 626 Trainer provides for the complete training of all flying personnel, and has proved economical both in cost and operation. The photograph shows one of a number of these trainers recently supplied to the Brazilian government. Avro training aircraft are now used by eighteen foreign governments.
The de Havilland Albatross Intercontinental Liner, powered by four de Havilland Gipsy Twelve engines driving de Havilland controllable constant-speed airscrews.
The de Havilland Company have once again shown their complete confidence in our equipment by selecting Dowty Oleo-Pneumatic Shock Absorber Struts for the main undercarriage and tail wheel for the "Albatross."
Press photo of the successful Monospar actually taken during the competition. The MONOSPAR AMBULANCE.
The Imperial Airways flying-boat Caledonia, like all the other craft in its class designed to operate on the great trunk routes of the British Empire, is equipped with controllable-pitch airscrews manufactured in England by the de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.
"Caledonia" - Imperial Airways Empire Flying Boat (4 Bristol Pegasus Engines) averaged 162 miles per hour between Botwood (Newfoundland) and Foynes (Ireland) on her return flight from New York to Southampton.
Imperial Airways Flying Boat "CALEDONIA" (manufactured by Short Bros. (Rochester & Bedford) Ltd. and fitted with Bristol "Pegasus" Engines)
Klemm "KL32" equipped with SH 14A4
The Pan American Airways flying-boat Clipper III, like all the other mainliners in the fleet of this great undertaking, is equipped with airscrews of similar type, manufactured in the United States by The Hamilton Standard Propeller Co.
The 1937 Cabin Cub