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Blackburn Second Monoplane Blackburn Second Monoplane

1911


The Mercury was the third aircraft built by Robert Blackburn. Powered by a 50hp Isaacson radial ...

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Blackburn Mercury

1911

Blackburn Mercury

Blackburn Type E Blackburn Type E

1912

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Blackburn First Monoplane

1912

Blackburn First Monoplane

Blackburn Single-Seat Monoplane Blackburn Single-Seat Monoplane

1913


Blackburn Type I

1913

Blackburn Type I

Blackburn Type L Blackburn Type L

1914


Harris Booth Air Department of the Admiralty (or A.D.) designed this distinctly odd anti-airship fighter for ...

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Blackburn A.D. Scout

1915

Blackburn A.D. Scout

Blackburn White Falcon Blackburn White Falcon

1915


Technically a fighter, the Blackburn TB was one of the most specialized aircraft ever built - ...

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Blackburn T.B.

1915

Blackburn T.B.

Blackburn General Purpose Blackburn General Purpose

1916


Designed by Harris Booth, who was also responsible for the A.D. Scout, the Blackburn single-seat fighter ...

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Blackburn Triplane

1917

Blackburn Triplane

Blackburn R.T.1 Kangaroo Blackburn R.T.1 Kangaroo

1918

The Blackburn Kangaroo was originally designed as a naval reconnaissance and bomber seaplane, but was ...

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The state of aircraft carriers, or more correctly, aircraft-carrying ships in 1916 was such that a ...

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Blackburn Blackburd

1918

Blackburn Blackburd

Blackburn N.1B Blackburn N.1B

1918


Blackburn Sidecar

1919

Blackburn Sidecar

Blackburn T.1 Swift Blackburn T.1 Swift

1920


The Dart was the FAA's standard single-seat torpedo bomber from 1923 to 1933. Similar to ...

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Blackburn T.2 Dart

1921

Blackburn T.2 Dart

Blackburn R.1 Blackburn Blackburn R.1 Blackburn

1922

The Blackburn was an ugly carrier-borne Fleet spotter-reconnaissance biplane, accommodating a pilot in an open ...

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Blackburn Pellet

1923

Blackburn Pellet

Blackburn T.4 Cubaroo Blackburn T.4 Cubaroo

1924

Two prototypes, first flown in 1924. No production.

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The Blackburn Bluebird was the first British side-by-side two-seater to enter production and 79 were built ...

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Blackburn L.1 Bluebird

1924

Blackburn L.1 Bluebird

Blackburn R.2 Airedale Blackburn R.2 Airedale

1925


Blackburn T.3 Velos

1925

Blackburn T.3 Velos

Blackburn R.B.1 Iris Blackburn R.B.1 Iris

1926

The five-seat Iris was an elegant biplane flying-boat. The first of only eight built flew ...

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The Ripon was a torpedo-bomber with a steel-tube fuselage and wooden wings, first flown as ...

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Blackburn T.5 Ripon

1926

Blackburn T.5 Ripon

Blackburn T.R.1 Sprat Blackburn T.R.1 Sprat

1926


A clean single-seat biplane designed by F A Bumpus and B A Duncan as a private ...

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Blackburn F.1 Turcock

1927

Blackburn F.1 Turcock

Blackburn B.T.1 Beagle Blackburn B.T.1 Beagle

1928


Blackburn F.2 Lincock

1928

Blackburn F.2 Lincock

Blackburn 2F.1 Nautilus Blackburn 2F.1 Nautilus

1929

A two-seat shipboard fighter-reconnaissance aircraft designed by F A Bumpus to Specification 0.22/26, the Nautilus was ...

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Designed for production in Japan. The first prototype flown on 28 December 1929.

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Blackburn T.7B / 3MR4

1929

Blackburn T.7B / 3MR4

Blackburn B-1 Segrave Blackburn B-1 Segrave

1930

Four-seat cabin monoplane powered by two 89kW de Havilland Gipsy Ills or similar engine. Six ...

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Blackburn R.B.2 Sydney / C.B.2 Nile

1930

Blackburn R.B.2 Sydney / C.B.2 Nile

Blackburn B-2 Blackburn B-2

1932

Two-seat (side-by-side) all-metal biplane trainer with a monocoque fuselage and fabric-covered wings. Entire output of ...

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Two prototypes, first flown on 8 March 1932. No production.

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Blackburn B-3

1932

Blackburn B-3

Blackburn C.A.15C Monoplane Blackburn C.A.15C Monoplane

1932


Blackburn C.A.15C Biplane

1932

Blackburn C.A.15C Biplane

Blackburn B-5 Baffin Blackburn B-5 Baffin

1933

This aircraft was an improved version of the Ripon with a 421kW Bristol Pegasus radial ...

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A development of the Iris, the Blackburn R.B.3A Perth was built to replace the earlier ...

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Blackburn R.B.3A Perth

1933

Blackburn R.B.3A Perth

Blackburn B-6 Shark Blackburn B-6 Shark

1933

The Shark was a carrier-borne torpedo biplane with a buoyant metal-skinned fuselage and a 521.5kW ...

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One prototype, first flown on 28 November 1934. No production.

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Blackburn B-7

1934

Blackburn B-7

Blackburn F.3 / F.7/30 Blackburn F.3 / F.7/30

1934


Blackburn B-9 / H.S.T.10

1936

Blackburn B-9 / H.S.T.10

Blackburn B-24 Skua Blackburn B-24 Skua

1937

The Skua was the Fleet Air Arm's first fighter/dive-bomber and its first operational monoplane. The ...

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The Botha was designed for Coastal Command RAF as a three-seat twin-engined reconnaissance-bomber, able to ...

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Blackburn B-26 Botha

1938

Blackburn B-26 Botha

Blackburn B-25 Roc Blackburn B-25 Roc

1938

The Roc was a two-seat Fleet fighter/dive-bomber developed from the Skua but with a wider ...

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Blackburn B-20

1940

Blackburn B-20

Blackburn B-37 Firebrand Blackburn B-37 Firebrand

1942

The Firebrand was originally designed and built to Specification N.11/40 as a single-seat Fleet fighter ...

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The first prototype flew on April 1, 1947.

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Blackburn B-48 Firecrest

1947

Blackburn B-48 Firecrest

Blackburn B-54 / Y.A.5, B-88 Blackburn B-54 / Y.A.5, B-88

1949

The first prototype, two-seat B-54 with the Rolls-Royce Griffon 56 piston engine and counterrotating propellers ...

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Based on "Hamilcar" cargo glider built by General Aircraft. The first prototype G.A.L. 60 flew on ...

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Blackburn B-101 Beverley

1949

Blackburn B-101 Beverley

Blackburn (Hawker Siddeley) B-103 "Buccaneer" Blackburn (Hawker Siddeley) B-103 "Buccaneer"

1958

The Buccaneer was built to fulfil the Naval Staff Requirement NA 39 issued in 1953 ...

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