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Bristol 143

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Bristol 143A three-view drawing (800 x 453)

 ENGINE2 x 500hp Bristol Aquila I
    Take-off weight4994 kg11010 lb
    Empty weight3178 kg7006 lb
    Wingspan17.17 m56 ft 4 in
    Length13.16 m43 ft 2 in
    Height3.73 m12 ft 3 in
    Wing area43.57 m2468.98 sq ft
    Max. speed403 km/h250 mph
    Range2013 km1251 miles

Leroy McVay, 01.08.2011

Air Classics magazine vol 47, no.8 shows Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum partial restoration of the Bolingbroke. Can I.D. by faring on main gear and cockpit.

Barry, 11.01.2011

John the aeroplane you are thinking of is the Bristol Type 142 noted elsewhere on this site.

John Daniell, 04.03.2010

Originally ordered by Lord Rothermere and christened 'Britain First' it was faster than the best RAF fighters of the day. It led eventually to the Bristol Blenheim bomber.

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