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The Avro "Avian" Airplane : 65 HP. Armstrong-Siddeley "Genet" engine

Description: The Avro Avian, designed by Mr. Chadwick of A.V. Roe & Co., Ltd. has a very low structural weight (estimated at 750 lbs. empty) but with sufficient structural integrity to be eligible of an "Aerobatics" certificate from the British Air Ministry. It can be configured as a monoplane, or a biplane with seaplane floats. It is designed for economical production.
Date: October 1, 1926
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The A. B. Flygindustri "K 37" (Swedish Junkers) : a low-wing all-metal military airplane

Description: Report discusses the characteristics of the K 37 all-metal long-wing monoplane and its use for long-distance scouting, as a day bomber, and as a heavy fighting airplane. Its engines, climbing capacity, action radius, bombing installation, fuselage, controls, and landing gear are explored in depth.
Date: October 1929
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The Bristol "Badminton" Airplane

Description: The Bristol Badminton, Type 99 airplane has a radial aircooled engine (a Bristol Jupiter 9 cylinder 450 HP.) and three fuel tanks. It is a single seat biplane weighing 1,840 lbs. empty and 2,460 lbs. loaded. A description of the design, components, photographs, and drawings are provided.
Date: October 1926
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Westland "Wessex" Commercial Airplane (British): A High-Wing Semicantilever Monoplane

Description: Circular presenting a description of the Westland Wessex, which differs from other airplanes of its class because of the mounting of the outboard engines on outriggers from the fuselage and the placing of the engines in such a way that the slipstream does not interfere with the movement of the wing. A description of the design, flight characteristics, blueprints, and photographs are provided.
Date: October 1930
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The De Havilland "Tiger Moth": A Low Wing Monoplane

Description: With a speed of 186.5 M.P.H. and an operational altitude of 20,000 feet the De Havilland Tiger Moth has caused comment as it was introduced just before the King's Cup race of 1927. It is a single seater with unusual control configuration due to the cramped cockpit area.
Date: October 1927
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The De Havilland "Moth"

Description: Officially designated D.H. 60, De Havilland's Moth is a small, simply made, 770 lb. aircraft. It has had it's fittings reduced in number to assist in this, seats 2 (including pilot) and uses a Cirrus 60 HP. engine.
Date: October 1926
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