The Airspeed Consul was a postwar conversion of
surplus Oxford airframes and could carry six passengers.
It filled a useful gap until more modern equipment
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|Lester Stenner, e-mail, 26.09.2012 22:12|
I few many hours in the Consul which was owned by Airwork, and used for Instrument Rating Training, and tests, between 1947 and 1957ish. The only real p[roblem with it was that it could be difficult to start when the engines were hot. Got stuck at Southend once for a couple of hours waiting for wengines to cool down.
|goutou, 20.06.2011 12:18|
It filled a useful gap until more modern equipment became available.
|Bill H, e-mail, 26.03.2010 03:00|
This plane's as pretty as any Beechcraft!
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