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Armstrong Whitworth F.K.3 Armstrong Whitworth F.K.3

1915


Armstrong Whitworth F.K.5

1915

Armstrong Whitworth F.K.5

Armstrong Whitworth F.K.6 Armstrong Whitworth F.K.6

1916

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Designed by the talented Dutchman Frederick Koolhoven, the FK.8 was basically a scaled-up version of ...

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Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8

1916

Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8

Armstrong Whitworth F.K.9 Armstrong Whitworth F.K.9

1916

The F.K.9 two-seat fighter-reconnaissance quadruplane was built by Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd as ...

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Derived from the F.K.9, but embodying considerable redesign, the F.K.10 two-seat fighter-reconnaissance quadruplane retained virtually no more ...

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Armstrong Whitworth F.K.10

1917

Armstrong Whitworth F.K.10

Armstrong Whitworth Armadillo Armstrong Whitworth Armadillo

1918

The Armadillo, designed by F Murphy, who had succeeded F Koolhoven as chief designer to Armstrong Whitworth, ...

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The Ara was designed in 1918 to use the extremely promising ABC Dragonfly nine-cylinder air-cooled radial ...

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Armstrong Whitworth Ara

1918

Armstrong Whitworth Ara

Armstrong Whitworth Siskin II Armstrong Whitworth Siskin II

1922

Derived from the Siddeley S.R.2 Siskin, a single-seat fighter of 1919 built by the Siddeley ...

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Armstrong Whitworth Wolf

1923

Armstrong Whitworth Wolf

Armstrong Whitworth Awana Armstrong Whitworth Awana

1923


Embodying considerable redesign by comparison with the Siskin II, the Siskin III featured an enlarged upper ...

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Armstrong Whitworth Siskin III

1923

Armstrong Whitworth Siskin III

Armstrong Whitworth Siskin IIIA Armstrong Whitworth Siskin IIIA

1925

By comparison with the Siskin III, the Siskin IIIA introduced a number of major design changes, ...

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In its original prototype form the Armstrong Whitworth Atlas flew for the first time on ...

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Armstrong Whitworth Atlas

1925

Armstrong Whitworth Atlas

Armstrong Whitworth Ajax Armstrong Whitworth Ajax

1925


The Siskin V actually preceded the Siskin IIIA and was essentially a progressive development of the ...

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Armstrong Whitworth Siskin V

1925

Armstrong Whitworth Siskin V

Armstrong Whitworth Ape Armstrong Whitworth Ape

1926

To advance the science of aerodynamics, the Royal Aeronautical Establishment (RAE) commissioned an 'infinitely adjustable' aeroplane from ...

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Armstrong Whitworth Argosy

1926

Armstrong Whitworth Argosy

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.14 Starling Armstrong Whitworth A.W.14 Starling

1927

Designed by J Lloyd to meet the requirements of Air Ministry specification F.9/26, the A.W.14 Starling ...

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The only prototype flown on 5 April 1930. No production.

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Armstrong Whitworth Aries

1930

Armstrong Whitworth Aries

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.14 Starling II Armstrong Whitworth A.W.14 Starling II

1930

The A.W.14 Starling II bore no relationship to the original Starling apart from a common design ...

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Developed as a private venture to meet the requirements of both N.21/26 and F.9/26, the A.W.16 ...

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Armstrong Whitworth A.W.16

1931

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.16

Armstrong Whitworth Atalanta Armstrong Whitworth Atalanta

1932


One prototype, first flown on 26 February 1934. No production.

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Armstrong Whitworth A.W.19

1934

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.19

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.35 Scimitar Armstrong Whitworth A.W.35 Scimitar

1934

A refined development of the A.W.16, the A.W.35 Scimitar was powered by a Panther VII engine ...

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Armstrong Whitworth A.W.23

1935

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.23

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.38 Whitley Armstrong Whitworth A.W.38 Whitley

1936

Most extensively built of all Armstrong Whitworth aircraft was the Whitley heavy bomber, designed to ...

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Armstrong Whitworth A.W.29

1936

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.29

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.27 Ensign Armstrong Whitworth A.W.27 Ensign

1938

The Ensign class of airliner was designed to an Imperial Airways specification for a new ...

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Conceived originally by the Bristol company as a medium bomber, the design was taken over ...

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Armstrong Whitworth A.W.41 Albemarle

1940

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.41 Albemarle

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52G Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52G

1946


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52

1947

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.55 Apollo Armstrong Whitworth A.W.55 Apollo

1949

The Armstrong Whitworth AW.55 Apollo was designed as a competitor to the Vickers Viscount in ...

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Designed by Armstrong Whitworth later incorporated into Hawker Siddeley Group. The first prototype flew on January ...

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Armstrong Whitworth A.W.650 Argosy

1959

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.650 Argosy



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