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Albatros Commercial Airplane L 73

Description: The Albatros was a two engine commercial biplane carrying 2 pilots, eight passengers, and 160 KG of baggage. The framework is metal, the wings having plywood and fabric over the steel tubing. The L 73 was the first 2 engine biplane to be made in Germany.
Date: September 1926
Creator: Rühl, Karl & Wiederhold, Hasso

All-Metal Junkers Airplane, Type F 13

Description: Circular describing the all-metal Junkers airplane, specifically the F 13 type. The primary characteristics of the airplanes are the thick cantilever Junkers wing without stay-wires and the all-metal construction. A description of the design, flight characteristics, and some photographs are provided.
Date: May 1926

Avia Pursuit Airplane B.H. 21

Description: Built by the 'Czecho-Slovakian' aircraft factory, AVIA, the B.H. 21, has a top speed of 250 MPH, and carries 120 kg of gasoline and 20 kg of oil, giving it a radius of action of 600-650 km. It is equipped with a Hispano-Suiza engine capable of 300 HP. Details of the design, structure, wings, stabilizer, fuselage, controls, fuel tanks, landing gear, tail, characteristics, performances, drawings, and photographs are provided.
Date: November 1926
Creator: Serryer, J.

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 1926

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

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

The Farman Commercial Airplane "Jabiru"

Description: Circular presenting a description of the Farman Jabiru F 3X, which was designed to satisfy the requirements of the aerial-navigation companies. Details regarding the power, wing, fuselage, landing gear, construction, engines, fuel tanks, characteristics, performance, drawings, and photographs are provided.
Date: September 1926

German Training Airplane, Arado "Ar. S.I."

Description: Circular presenting a description of the Arado Ar. S.I., which is a wireless biplane that is both physically attractive and highly performing. A description of the components, controls, construction, characteristics, flying qualities, drawings, and photographs are provided.
Date: May 1926
Creator: Manigold, G.

The Handley Page "Hamlet"

Description: The Hamlet is a three engine high wing monoplane of comparatively small size, fitted with three Bristol Lucifer series IV engines of 130 HP. each, and designed to carry a pilot and four passengers. Details of the layout, wings, slot and flap gear, fuselage, characteristics, performance, and drawings are provided.
Date: November 1926

The New De Havilland Commercial Airplane: The D.H. 66 With Three Bristol "Jupiter" Engines

Description: The D.H. 66, constructed at Stag Lane Works of the De Haviland Aircraft Company built for Imperial Airways, Ltd. The fuselage has an all steel construction while the wings are made with box spars of wood and spruce ribs. It has a biplane tail and encloses the stabilizer trimming gear in a casing which serves to streamline the rear portion of the fuselage, but which is not part of the main structure. It weighs 9060 lbs. empty and 2500 lbs. after fueling with a total loaded weight of 14,700 lbs.
Date: July 1926