The Hawker Siddeley was to be a supersonic VSTOL. Aircraft did not meet NATO requirements.
Was operated by Royal Aircraft Establishment Bedford on Nimrod AEW radar trials. The aircraft was later scrapped at Bedford. - Photo taken at Farnborough (FAB / EGLF) in England, United Kingdom on September
Airco (de Havilland two-seat bomber in flight
This page details the development and operational history of the de Havilland Hornet / Sea Hornet Twin-Engine Long-Range Fighter including technical specifications and pictures.
The de Havilland Hornet was a piston engine fighter that further exploited the wooden construction techniques pioneered by de Havilland's classic Mosquito.
De Havilland Mosquito the ply wood wonder
Looks very much like a Siebel german airplane.
Blackburn Firebrand TF MK 4 being flown by Test Pilot Capt.
De Havilland Comet / The first production commercial airliner! Some thought it was the Titanic of the skies, but soon a few incidents would questions its reliability and safety.
"Perfect cast to go to hell in a hand basket" KB RAF France 1940