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

Avro proof of concept design for the development of the Avro Vulcan strategic bomber at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry.

Peter Twiss pictured with the model of the Fairey Delta 2 ‘Droop Snoot’, circa 1956. Twiss piloted the plane which was the first to exceed 1,000 miles per hour in March 1956.

“Aviator Peter Twiss pictured with the model of the Fairey Delta 2 ‘Droop Snoot’, circa Twiss piloted the plane which was the first to exceed miles per hour in March (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)”

Fairey Delta 2 - set a world aviation speed record in 1958.

RAF Fairey Delta 2 - set a world aviation speed record in

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TOUCH cette image: On this day in Aviation 06 Oct 1954 by Francois Vebr

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Fairey Delta 2 – Filton September 1964

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Fairey Delta 2, at Farnborough. Sept. 8 1956

6 October 1954 First flight of the Fairey Delta 2 a British supersonic research aircraft, for investigation into flight control at transonic and supersonic speeds

Fairey Delta 2

Experimental aircraft includes all prototypes, pre-production & self-made aircraft whereas secret aircraft’s information isn’t available to the public.


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