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Fairey Hamble Baby Fairey Hamble Baby


The Fairey Campania two-seat seaplane got its name from the ex-Cunard ocean liner Campania which ...

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Fairey Campania

1917

Fairey Campania

Fairey F.2 Fairey F.2

1917

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Fairey N9

1917

Fairey N9

Fairey III Fairey III

1917

One of the criticisms of early Fairey aircraft was aimed at their appearance, for they ...

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Fairey F.128

1917

Fairey F.128

Fairey N10 Fairey N10

1917


Fairey Pintail

1920

Fairey Pintail

Fairey Flycatcher Fairey Flycatcher

1922

Built to Air Ministry Specification 6/22, the prototype of what became named the Fairey Flycatcher ...

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Developed from the Pintail, the Fawn was a light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft designed to ...

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Fairey Fawn

1923

Fairey Fawn

Fairey N.4 Fairey N.4

1923


Fairey Fremantle

1924

Fairey Fremantle

Fairey Fox Fairey Fox

1925

Potentially one of the most exciting aircraft to serve with the RAF in the 1920s, ...

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Fairey Ferret

1925

Fairey Ferret

Fairey Biplane Firefly Fairey Biplane Firefly

1925


In 1926 a proposal was made that the RAF should attempt a non-stop flight to ...

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Fairey Long Range Monoplane

1928

Fairey Long Range Monoplane

Fairey Fleetwing Fairey Fleetwing

1929


Twin 447kW Rolls-Royce Kestrel Vl-engined cantilever low-wing monoplane heavy night bomber, 14 of which were ...

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Fairey Hendon

1930

Fairey Hendon

Fairey Gordon Fairey Gordon

1931

The Fairey Gordon was almost identical to the Fairey IIIF, except for having a 391kW ...

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The Seal was the Fleet Air Arm version of the Gordon and was operated as ...

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Fairey Seal

1931

Fairey Seal

Fairey Swordfish Fairey Swordfish

1934

Of all aircraft regarded as anachronisms the Fairey Swordfish torpedo-bomber must be the supreme example, for even back ...

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One S.9/30 prototype, first flown on 22 February 1934. One TSR.1 prototype, first flown on ...

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Fairey S.9/30 / TSR.1

1934

Fairey S.9/30 / TSR.1

Fairey G.4/31 Fairey G.4/31

1934

One prototype, first flown on 29 March 1934. No production.

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Fairey Fantome

1935

Fairey Fantome

Fairey Battle Fairey Battle

1936

Best remembered as the first RAF aircraft to shoot down a German aircraft during World ...

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The Seafox was a light two-seat (the rear cockpit enclosed) reconnaissance catapult seaplane, best remembered ...

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Fairey Seafox

1936

Fairey Seafox

Fairey Fulmar Fairey Fulmar

1937

The Fulmar was a two-seat Fleet fighter armed with eight 7.7mm Browning machine-guns, four in ...

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Two prototypes, first flown on 13 June 1937. No production.

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Fairey P.4/34

1937

Fairey P.4/34

Fairey Albacore Fairey Albacore

1938

The Albacore torpedo-bombing biplane was first flown in prototype form on 12 December 1938. During ...

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The Barracuda was the first monoplane torpedo bomber to go into service with the FAA. ...

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Fairey Barracuda

1940

Fairey Barracuda

Fairey Firefly Fairey Firefly

1941

The Firefly - which in its prototype form first flew on 22 December 1941 - ...

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The first prototype flew on July 5, 1945.

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Fairey Spearfish

1945

Fairey Spearfish

Fairey Gannet Fairey Gannet

1949

Built to the requirements of a carrier-based anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft, Fairey's prototype was known ...

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Fairey F.D.1

1951

Fairey F.D.1

Fairey F.D.2 Fairey F.D.2

1954

The Delta 2 was built to investigate the characteristics of flight and control at transonic ...

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Fairey Gannet A.E.W.3

1958

Fairey Gannet A.E.W.3



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