Blackburn C.A.15C Monoplane
1932
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Blackburn C.A.15C Monoplane

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Blackburn C.A.15C Monoplane

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Barry, 31.03.2016

Powered by 2 x 400 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar IVC engines it first flew 4th October 1932. After extensive and varied trials at the R.A.E. Farnborough for automatic pilot and wireless systems as K2421 and serving for a few months as an R.A.F. taxi it was broken up at the end of 1937.
Span 86'0" Length 55'3" Height 16'9"Empty weight 8,818 lb
Gross weight 13,074 lb
Maximum speed 128 mph Cruising speed 110 mph Range 350 m
Service ceiling 13,500 ft Initial climb 665 ft/min

Stefan spett, 14.08.2008

The C.A.15Cs were built to make a fair comparison between biplanes and monoplanes. The experiment was inconclusive.

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