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ⓘ Blackburn-Walker biplane




Blackburn-Walker biplane
                                     

ⓘ Blackburn-Walker biplane

The Blackburn-Walker biplane was a pioneer aeroplane built in Great Britain in 1909 by Harold Blackburn and Albert Walker. It is not known whether it actually flew.

                                     
  • repairer in Doncaster. Blackburn moved to London around 1909. In association with Albert Walker he built the Blackburn - Walker biplane a tailless three - bay
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  • powered flight in Scotland, an 80 - yard 75 m hop at 4m altitude in a canard biplane built with his brother Frank at Stirling, before crashing. 25 December
  • was responsible for a number of important aircraft, including the Moth biplane which revolutionised general aviation in the 1920s the 1930s Fox Moth
  • made to base Airco DH.4 light bomber biplanes at RNAS Anglesey. From August to November 1918, eight Airco DH.6 biplanes of No. 255 Squadron RAF were based
  • the 1930s built by Canadian Vickers. It was a twin - engine, equal - span biplane The hull was of metal and the rest of the structure of fabric - covered
  • missions. The specification envisioned an aircraft, either a monoplane or biplane which would have to have performance equal to the recently delivered Short
  • Flight with Blackburn Blackburn reconnaissance aircraft, No. 440 Flight Supermarine Seagull flying boats and No. 460 Flight with Blackburn Dart torpedo
  • Fleet. She conducted flying trials with the Fairey IIID reconnaissance biplanes for the next several months. Hermes participated in the fleet review conducted
  • endurance record, flying nonstop for 16 hours 20 minutes in an Aviatik biplane The flight, from Mulhouse to Munich, Germany, covered a distance of 1
  • List of fighter aircraft Peter G. Lawrence MBE had been a test pilot at Blackburn Aviation and a racing pilot. Allward 1983, p. 6. Allward 1983, p. 8. Derek

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