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Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2803.pdf...458 FLIGHT, 30 October 1959 TURBOFANS . . . n Fig. 9 (below). First of the new turbofans by Bristol Siddeley to be illustrated, the BE.58 is unusual among such engines in having but two stages of turb...
1959 - 2803.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2055.pdf...m B.E.A.'s VISCOUNT REPLACEMENT 102 IN last week's issue preliminary details weregiven of the new British short-range, 80/95-seat jet airliner ordered for service in 1964 by British European Airways. ...
1959 - 2055.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 1948.pdf...FLIGHT, 28 August 1959 91 Dimensions of the new D.H.I21 are: span, 89ft Win; wing area, 7,350 sq ft; sweepback C/t chord), 35 deg; length, 104ft; fuselage diameter, 12ft V/i'w (outside), lift 7'Ain (i...
1959 - 1948.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2130.pdf...FLIGHT, 4 September 1959 RB.I4I Now in a very advanced state of development and about tostart bench tests, the 141 is specifically planned to be the optimum engine for subsonic transport propulsion. I...
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Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2120.pdf...FLIGHT, 4 September 1959 139 British Aero Engines I ALVIS LTD. Holy head Road, Coventry. Telephone: Coventry 25501 Leonldes In production for many years as the only British aero engine in the500 h.p. ...
1959 - 2120.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2233.pdf...Highlights and Sidelights * V of the Static Show WHHBS At r* Bristol Siddeley BE.58 Rolls-Royce RBI41 210 FLIGHT, 11 September 1950 Engines Bristol Siddeley BE.58 In last week'sissue we announced firs...
1959 - 2233.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 1876.pdf...FLIGHT, 21 August 1959 57 AIR COMMERCE 121 ON THE DOTTED LINE AT B.E.A.'s headquarters at Keyline House on August 12 acontract for a smaller D.H.121 (105,000 ib v. 123,000 lb) was signed between Sir A...
1959 - 1876.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 0294.pdf...23 January 1959 143 Twin parachutes are now deployed by Tu-104s on landing, OS seen here at Schiphol in snow conditions. See story on this page TU-104 REVERSE THRUST FROM the U.S.S.R. comes news of Tu...
1959 - 0294.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 1813.pdf...26 FLIGHT, 14 August 1959 AIR COMMERCE MOMENTOUS WORDS—1O NE of die biggest sticks which can be waved at I.A.T.A. bythe British Government is the threat to fix its own fares on overseas cabotage route...
1959 - 1813.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2360.pdf...Rotofs constant-speed drive—the G.E. design built under licence is particularly competitive on the score of weight ACCESSORY POWER English Electric ore to supply both constant-speed drives (the Sund- ...
1959 - 2360.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2592.pdf...FLIGHT, 9 October 1959 A Strong Working Organisation With its first project, the D.H. 121 jet airliner, well under way, Airco is now a strong working organisation of technical and financial resources ...
1959 - 2592.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 1540.pdf...FLIGHT, 29 May 1959 Posed together for the first time at Wisley are B.E.A.'s turboprop relatives: a 63-seat Hi-D Viscount 701 and the up-to-139-seat Vanguard. The Corporation are currently concerned w...
1959 - 1540.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 3077.pdf...596 FLIGHT, 20 November 1959 •-. -•.- -.- :&••%: . de Havilland Comet 4B of B.E.A. (Rolls-Royce Avon 525B turbojets) COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT OF THE WORLD index by Aircraft Page t21 Explanatory Notes Page ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 3185.pdf...650 FLIGHT, 27 November 1959 CORRESPONDENCE... takes the industry's big American competitors. Secondly, it wouldmake available much greater technical resources than a single firm has ever had before. ...
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Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 1478.pdf...This drawing gives a clear indication of the layout of the ingenious Vickers missile; A, nose probe; B, hollow-charge warhead; C, warhead fuse; D, gyroscope assembly; E, solid-charge motor; F, control...
1959 - 1478.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2433.pdf...There's always something in the air Somewhere, day and night, silvered by sunshine or deep in darkness, aircraft are always flying. Jet airliners such as the Comet, the Caravelle and the new de H. 121...
1959 - 2433.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2183.pdf...This illustration shows a scale model of a projected supersonic airliner exhibited on the Lockheed Stand No. 45 at S.B.A.C. exhibition. Lockheed Hydraulic Equipment is specified on Europe's Leading Ai...
1959 - 2183.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 2095.pdf...Flight, 4 September 1959 To-morrow's 600 m.p.h. short-haul jet for the airlines of the world AIRCO D. H. The product of unique expe/riestce -ike choice offiii&Ak Eutopean 121 (Rolls-Rovce by-pass jet ...
1959 - 2095.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 3311.pdf...mere's always something In the air •. Somewhere, day and night, silvered by sunshine or deep in darkness, aircraft are always flying. Jet airliners such as the Comet, the Caravelle and the new de H. 1...
1959 - 3311.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1959 - 1817.pdf...28 FLIGHT, 14 August 1959 AIR COMMERCE . . . Corporation Revelations ... were created, and so lead to an undesirable diminution in theauthority of the chairmen . . . and in their feeling of respon- si...
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