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Airspeed AS.4 Ferry Airspeed AS.4 Ferry

1932

Ten-passenger biplane airliner of 1932 with cranked lower wings attached to the upper fuselage. Powered ...

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Five-six-seat cantilever low-wing cabin monoplane with a retractable landing gear. Powered by an Armstrong Lynx ...

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Airspeed AS.5 Courier

1933

Airspeed AS.5 Courier

Airspeed A.S.6 Envoy Airspeed A.S.6 Envoy

1934

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One Envoy modified for the 1934 MacRobertson Trophy Race from England to Australia.

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Airspeed Viceroy

1934

Airspeed Viceroy

Airspeed Queen Wasp Airspeed Queen Wasp

1937

Designed as a radio-controlled and unmanned target aircraft, first flown as a piloted aircraft in ...

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The 'Ox-box', as the Oxford became known to members of the RAF, was originally designed ...

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Airspeed Oxford

1937

Airspeed Oxford

Airspeed AS.39 Fleet Shadower Airspeed AS.39 Fleet Shadower

1940

The Royal Navy envisaged a need for an aircraft that could shadow enemy fleets at ...

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Prototype tandem two-seat cantilever low-wing monoplane trainer, powered by a 544kW Bristol Mercury VIII engine.

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Airspeed AS.45 Cambridge

1941

Airspeed AS.45 Cambridge

Airspeed AS.51, AS.52/53, AS.58 Horsa Airspeed AS.51, AS.52/53, AS.58 Horsa

1941

High-wing military transport gliders with accommodation for 30 equipped troops or freight, including vehicles. The ...

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The Airspeed Consul was a postwar conversion of surplus Oxford airframes and could carry six passengers. It ...

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Airspeed AS.65 Consul

1946

Airspeed AS.65 Consul

Airspeed A.S.57 Ambassador Airspeed A.S.57 Ambassador

1947

The first Brabazon Committee, in its February 1943 report, recommended the Type IIA as a ...

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