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I found that there was a competition for replacement the Folland Gnat,
the main contenders were: Hawker P-1173,Hunting H-155,Folland Fo-147 and BAC P-45 projects.
if any one have a more informations ,please tell us.
 

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there are some of projects,
Saunders-Roe P-149 VG fighter.
Saunders-Roe P-154 Rocket fighter.
Shorts PD.7 Rocket fighter.
Supermarine Model-599 Advace fighter.
 

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can any body tell me about Bac P.71 which designed for Royal Navy.
 

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You will find details of the P.71 project in British Secret Projects: Jet Bombers, page 186, including a nice 3 view.
 

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Hallo dears,

old information from internet: BAC-584 VSTOL supersonic fighter project.

do any member hear about it ?. please help because I don't record the site name.
 

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It was one of NATO Basic Military Requirements 3 proposals to meet the AC/169 specifications. Other were Mirage IIIV, Fokker-Republic D.24 Alliance and Hawker P.1154. Mirage and Hawker were evaluated as superior, but NATO was not in position to finance the development, so decision was transferred to individual mebmer countries. And as we all know - only Mirage was built.
 

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Hallo dears,
some little known aircraft and projects:
Beagle B.117:single engined light aircraft based on Beagle M.218.
Auster A7 : twin engined light aircraft,project only.
Auster B.1 :mid-wing AOP project.
Auster B.6 :low-wing agricultural aircraft,project only.
Auster L :2/3 seat strut braced low-wing monoplane,project.
Auster M and Auster N :2/3 seat high wing AOP projects to specification A2/45.
 

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Hi,

what was the reason to design AW.172 flying wing supersonic aircraft ?.
 

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Hi everyone,
the Armstrong-Whitworth AW.172 was too difficult to know it !
British projects:
Cierva W-10 :4/5 seat single engined helicopter.
Cierva W-12 :a freighter version of W-11 with Rolls-Royce Dart turboprop engines.
Miles M-114 :single engined trainer aircraft.
Miles M-115 :twin engined low-wing light aircraft.
Miles M-117 :two/three seat training and touring aircraft.
 

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Hallo,

some Auster aircraft:
Auster A7 :twin engined light aircraft,project.
,, E3 : AOP 9 with Cont. IO-470 engine.
,, C6 :four seat high wing monoplane with fixed tricycle u/c.
,, H :experimental tandem two seat training glider converted
converted from Taylor B.
,, S :AOP aircraft based on AOP 6 with enlarge tail and new u/c.
 

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Hi,

anther little known project ,was the Miles M-58 a twin boom
cargo aircraft.
 

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My dears,

we know BAe P.132 was a patrol version of Jetstream 61,BAe P.134
was developed from BAe-125 (DH-125) as a military variant and BAe
P.135 was a patrol version of BAe-125;
but do you have a more information about BAe P.147 four engined
transport project ?.
 

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Hesham, long lists of projects from a manfacturer with no pictures or info should live in the Designation Systems forum, not in here.

Paul.
 

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Two amazing projects from my dear Jemiba,

Hawker suprersonic Trident :it was a four engined (two mounted at sides of
fuselage and under the wings and two above the rear of
the fuselage) as supersonic airliner version.
Shorts PD.34 :was a Gnat launched from Shorts platform.
 

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Hallo,

BAe Jetstream J32 :was a twin turboprops version of J31, and can carry
19-passenger.
HS.136 (DH-136) :essentially was Blackburn B-110, 28-passenger airliner
aircraft project ,powered by two engined mounted at
the rear of the fuselage,transfer to Hawker company.
BAC-225 :was STOL transport aircraft powered by four RB.168 engines,
project for Spec. GOR.351.
 

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From my dear Jemiba,

Avro-740 :was three engined airliner project,two engines mounted under
the wings,one engine mounted above the rear of fuselage and
it had a V-tail.
Avro-776 :was developed from Trident as a big version with three engined
airliner,project only.
 

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Thank you my dear Jemiba,

And can you show us the two Gloster proposals for
the Spec. GOR.339,the P.384 & P.386 ? please.
 

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For these two Gloster projects I've only the drawings from
Tony Buttlers "Secret Bomber Projects", but as this is a relatively
recent book, I think, maybe it's better not to post it.
 

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Thank you my dear.
 

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Hi,

Of course we know Handley page HP.113 executive jet light
transport project,but there is an artist drawing to it.


http://www.flightglobal.com/FlightPDFArchive/1959/1959%20-%202100.pdf
 

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Hi,

there is two projects one from Rolls Royce;
http://www.google.com/patents?id=V2kvAAAAEBAJ&printsec=abstract&zoom=4&dq=Germany+VTOL+airplane
And BAC VC-10 development,(very look like Boeing-747);
http://www.google.com/patents?id=fu10AAAAEBAJ&pg=PP1&dq=BAC+airplane#PPP1,M1
 

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Hesham, last one IS THE CX-HLS / 747 patent. Try to read patent assignee before posting. VC-10 was just mentioned in patent reference.
 

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Thank you my dear Jemiba,

and the HBN 100 which led to Airbus A300,the Model number 100 belonged
to Nord.
 

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My dear Jemiba,

You spoke about Hawker HS-810 and I discovered that
the Hawker HS-860 was a jet engined version of HS-748
but the engines were mounted at the rear of the fuselage
and that means there is a four designs between HS-810
and HS-860 (HS-820,830,840 & 840) is that right ?.
 

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hesham said:
From my dear Jemiba,

Avro-740 :was three engined airliner project,two engines mounted under
the wings,one engine mounted above the rear of fuselage and
it had a V-tail.
Avro-776 :was developed from Trident as a big version with three engined
airliner,project only.

The Avro-776;
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1975/1975%20-%201445.html?search=aircraft%20project%201975
 

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hesham said:
hesham said:
Thanks my dear Jemiba,

Hawker HS.132 was 164 passenger airliner project and HS.134 was
210 passenger airliner project.

the Hawker HS.134.
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1979/1979%20-%202951.html?search=future%20aircraft%20project%201940

The wiki article on the B757 says a T tail was originally looked at for that aircraft, not sure how accurate that is.
 

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The wiki article on the B757 says a T tail was originally looked at for that aircraft, not sure how accurate that is.

at the risk of straying OT, there's an image here,

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3241.msg29602.html#msg29602

it's the boeing 7N7, the 7X7 being the future 767,

cheers,
Robin.
 
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