Fairey P.4/34


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Fairey P.4/34

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

Fairey P.4/34

 ENGINE1 x 1030hp Rolls-Royce Merlin I (later II)
  Take-off weight3989 kg8794 lb
  Empty weight2908 kg6411 lb
  Wingspan14.43 m47 ft 4 in
  Length12.19 m40 ft 0 in
  Height4.29 m14 ft 1 in
  Max. speed456 km/h283 mph
  Ceiling8108 m26600 ft
  Range1481 km920 miles

Fairey P.4/34A three-view drawing (1319 x 1071)

Klaatu83, e-mail, 05.03.2011 16:23

Originally intended to replace the Fairey Battle light bomber, this airplane was re-modeled into a two-seat carrier-based fighter and became the Fairey Fulmar.


Peter, e-mail, 04.11.2010 04:55

In 1936 my father(15 /16 yo)accompanied his uncle to Manchester for a job interview. While walking passed a factory with an open gate they saw a modern aircraft sitting unaccompanied and walked in. They looked all round and touched it. Eventually a guard came out and told them off because it was a military secret. Great uncle Bob said if such a secret why was it just sitting there in the open. The guard mumbled and ordered them to leave. Dad has always believed it was a Fulmar, which he was later to see in action in the Med, but the date suggests it was this aircraft.


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