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|Stephanie Lawton, e-mail, 07.02.2018 21:31|
Hi I work as a volunteer Exhibition Officer at the Solway Aviation Museum, Carlisle, Cumbria (Registered Charity)
I would like to ask if you would grant me permission to use the image of the Hunting H126 aircraft in a display I am putting together for next year. (Percival time-line)
|Barry, 24.06.2016 15:45|
Power plant 1 x 4,000 lb thrust Bristol Siddeley Orpheus BOr.3 Mk. 805 turbojet.
Span 45'4" Length 50'2" Height 15'6" Wing area 221 sq ft
Empty weight 8,240 lb Max take off weight 10,740 lb
|johnturner, e-mail, 21.02.2011 15:17|
Whilst an air traffic controller at Luton where the aircrfat was built. It did engine runs and taxi trials at Luton before doing flight trials at RAE Bedford flown by Dizzy Addicott (call sign Lima 23)
|Ralph Heywood, e-mail, 31.05.2009 13:38|
The H.126 was an English experimental aircraft designed and built by Hunting Aircraft in order to test the concept of blown flaps, or as they were known in Britain, "jet flaps". Only one aircraft was built, being flown in a series of one-hundred test flights at the Royal Aircraft Establishment's Aerodynamics Flight at RAE Bedford. It was then sent to the United States for wind tunnel testing by NASA, and eventually made its way to the museum at RAF Cosford.
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