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Photo ID: 2139228
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De Havilland DH-89A Dragon Rapide
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, February 1953
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G-AMJK (cn 6657) Fairey Aviation's communications aircraft visiting Ringway in snowy conditions. Ex RAF HG658 and VT-ARV.
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Photo ID: 2032553
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Bristol 156 Beaufighter Mk1C
Off-Airport - Stockport
UK - England, 1941
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T4*** Fairey Aviation built 498 Beaufighters at Stockport and flew them from Manchester (Ringway) between December 1940 and May 1943. Many were supplied to Australia. From Faireys 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 2021080
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Fairey Spearfish
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, March 1946
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RN241 / P (cn F7873) The Spearfish was a large anti-submarine and naval bombing aircraft powered by a Bristol Centaurus piston engine. Only five were built before the programme was cancelled in favour of the upcoming turboprop Gannet. RN241 was the first of two completed at Fairey's Ringway facility. None of the type survives. From Faireys 60 years ago.
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Photo ID: 1926223
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Miles M-14A Hawk Trainer 3
White Waltham (EGLM)
UK - England, June 3, 1953
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G-AKUA (cn 1021) Ex RAF Magister N3988. It has a blind flying hood over the rear cockpit for training and wears Faireys insignia ahead of the front cockpit. Crashed at Burnaston in July 1957.
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Photo ID: 1858037
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Fairey FD-1
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, March 1950
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VX350 (cn F8466) The sole FD.1 low speed test Delta has just been assembled in Fairey's experimental hangar at Ringway. It was tested down the 4200 Runway 06-24, but made its first flight at A&AEE Boscombe Down. Obtained from Faireys over 50 years ago.
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Photo ID: 1842660
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Fairey FD-1
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, 1950
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VX350 (cn F8466) The sole FD-1 has just arrived from Fairey's Stockport factory on a trailer. The angled arrangement was to occupy less road width. VX350 made runs down Ringway's 4200 ft main runway in May 1950 before being taken to A&AEE at Boscombe Down for its first flight on 12 March 1951. Used for tests of the delta wing before being written off by an RAF pilot. Two other FD.1's were cancelled (VX357/364). From Fairey's many years ago.
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Photo ID: 1808456
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Fairey Rotodyne
White Waltham (EGLM)
UK - England, November 6, 1957
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XE521 (cn F9429) The sole Rotodyne making its first flight from Fairey's White Waltham factory. It was in helicopter mode without its folding upper fins. Obtained from Fairey's over 50 years ago.
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Photo ID: 1763743
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Fairey Gannet T2
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, September 10, 1955
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XA522 (cn F9342) Newly-built Gannet T.2 being demonstrated by a Fairey test pilot for the 1955 SBAC show crowds at Farnborough. Weapons bay open and one-half of the Double Mamba is shut down. Later served 719 training squadron at RNAS Eglinton in Northern Ireland.
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Photo ID: 1723565
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De Havilland Venom FB1 (DH-112)
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, January 1954
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WR294 / 12215 (cn 12215) Fairey Aviation's final assembly hangar at Ringway in early 1954 with Venom FB.1's and Vampire T.11's in view. Nearest is WR294 with c/n 12215 chalked on its nose. Beyond is c/n 12210 which became RAF WK493.
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Photo ID: 1708025
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Gloster Meteor F4
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, July 21, 1955
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VT340 Meteor F.4 used by Fairey Aviation for missile tests in conjunction with Ferranti. Based at Ringway from May 1955 until 1958. Became derelict and last noted on 13 October 1960.
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Photo ID: 1688764
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Fairey Fulmar II
Manchester - International (Ringway) (MAN / EGCC)
UK - England, June 1951
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G-AIBE (cn F.3707) The first production Fulmar N1854 was retained by Faireys for tests. Postwar it became a company hack aircraft frequently flying between the Hayes and Stockport factories wearing the silver and blue company colours. It is preserved in the FAA Museum.
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Photo ID: 1050484
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Fairey Rotodyne
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, September 1959
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XE521 Described as an experimental compound helicopter, the (only) Rotodyne first flew in Nov 1957. There was airline and military interest but the programme was discontinued in 1962. One reason given was the noise from the pressure jets at the blade tips, however, the decision may have been political. A Vickers Vanguard can be seen at the left of the picture.
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