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Avro 707A (second prototype) WZ736, preserved at the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester

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Avro 707B VX790 in flight c1951 (NASA intake) Avro 707 (also known as Type 707) was a British experimental aircraft built to test the tailless thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan. In particular, the low-speed characteristics of such aircraft were not well known at the time. Aerodynamically, it was a ⅓-scale version of the Vulcan

Aviation Photo #2063241: Avro 707 - Untitled (A.V. Roe)

The prototype Avro 707 delta which first flew from A&AEE Boscombe Down on 4 September 1949. It wears the 'P' for 'Prototype' on its nose. Intended to provide data for the forthcoming Vulcan, but crashed on a test flight on 30 September 1949. From Avro 60 years ago. - Photo taken at Boscombe Down (EGDM) in England, United Kingdom in September, 1949.

Avro 707C (WZ744) Aircraft Pictures & Photos - AirTeamImages.com Avro 707B VX790 in flight c1951 (NASA intake) Avro 707 (also known as Type 707) was a British experimental aircraft built to test the tailless thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan. In particular, the low-speed characteristics of such aircraft were not well known at the time. Aerodynamically, it was a ⅓-scale version of the Vulcan

Avro 707C (WZ744) Aircraft Pictures & Photos

Avro 707C WZ744 photographed during its flight at the SBAC Farnborough Airshow in 1953.

The Avro 707B VX790 experimental aircraft built to test the tailess thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan

Avro 707B (VX790) Aircraft Pictures & Photos

The Avro 707B VX790 experimental aircraft built to test the tailess thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan

Avro 707 (also known as Type 707) was a British experimental aircraft built to test the tailless thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan. In particular, the low-speed characteristics of such aircraft were not well known at the time. Aerodynamically, it was a ⅓-scale version of the Vulcan

Avro 707 (also known as Type 707) was a British experimental aircraft built to test the tailless thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan. In particular, the low-speed characteristics of such aircraft were not well known at the time. Aerodynamically, it was a ⅓-scale version of the Vulcan

Avro 707 (1949)(also known as Type 707) was a British experimental aircraft built to test the tailless thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan. In particular, the low-speed characteristics of such aircraft were not well known at the time. Aerodynamically, it was a one third scale version of the Vulcan.

Andy D Annandale-Johnston

Avro 707 (1949)(also known as Type 707) was a British experimental aircraft built to test the tailless thick delta wing configuration chosen for the Avro 698 jet bomber, later named the Vulcan. In particular, the low-speed characteristics of such aircraft were not well known at the time. Aerodynamically, it was a one third scale version of the Vulcan.

Avro 707B - A.V. Roe | Aviation Photo #2025733 | Airliners.net

Aviation Photo #2025733: Avro 707B - A.V. Roe

The sole Avro 707B was the second of five scaled down deltas used to test charecteristics of the wing form. The 707B's role was to investigate low-speed handling. It is seen shortly after its first flight on 6 September 1950 and with the initial form of dorsal air intake. From Avro 60 years ago. - Photo taken at In Flight in England, United Kingdom in September, 1950.

Avro 707A | by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives

Avro 707A

Catalog #: 00075325 Manufacturer: Avro Designation: 707A Notes: experimental delta wing

Avro 707

Avro 707