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P.1000: single seat fighter powered by Napier Sabre with contra-rotating propellers.
P.1001: close support bomber based on Henley to specification B.7.40.
P.1002: Hurricane with 20mm cannon. Became Mk IIC.
P.1003: Henley escort fighter conversion.
P.1004: two seat high altitude fighter to specification F.7/40.
P.1005: high speed bomber with two Rolls-Royce Sabres, leading to specification B.11/41.
P.1006: Henley close support bomber to specification B.20/40.
P.1007: single seat high altitude fighter.
P.1008: night fighter to specification F.18/40.
P.1009: Typhoon naval fighter to specification N.11/40.
P.1010: Typhoon with turbo-supercharger.
P.1011: P.1005 with Power Jet engines.
P.1012: Typhoon II with leading edge radiators. Became Tempest I.
P.1013: P.1005 with remotely operated guns.
P.1014: single seat fighter with Power Jet engine.
P.1015: P.1005 with Bristol Centaurus engine.
P.1016: Typhoon II with Rolls-Royce Griffon engine.
P.1017: single seat fighter based on Typhoon wings with Griffon engine.
P.1018: light fighter with Sabre IV, leading to Fury.
P.1019: light fighter with Griffon 61, leading to Fury.
P.1020: light fighter with Centaurus IV, leading to Fury.
P.1021: Tempest with Centaurus engine, leading to specification F.6/43.
P.1022: naval fighter to specification N.7/43. Became Sea Fury X.
P.1023: Tempest I with Sabre IV engine.
P.1024: Tempest development with Sabre engine.
P.1025: light fighter with Griffon engine.
P.1026: fighter to specification F.2/43. Became Fury.
P.1027: Tempest with Rolls-Royce RR46 engine.
P.1028: tail-less fighter.
P.1029: tail first fighter.
P.1030: fighter with 4000hp engine.
P.1031: fighter with Rolls-Royce B.40 jet engine.
P.1032: P.1026 with Rolls-Royce Eagle engine.
P.1033: P.1005 with two Eagle engines.
P.1034: P.1005 with two Rolls-Royce B.41 engines.
P.1035: P.1026 with Rolls-Royce B.41 jet engine amidships, air intakes in the wing and split jet exhaust pipe.
P.1036: P.1026 with Sabre V.
P.1037: twin-boom fighter with two Griffons.
P.1038: P.1034 with Rolls-Royce B.41 engine.
P.1039: P.1034 with two B.41s in fuselage.
P.1040: P.1035 with B.41 in fuselage. Became Sea Hawk.
P.1041: replacement for D.H.98 Mosquito.
P.1042: P.1040 development.
P.1043: P.1040 without undercarriage.
P.1044: naval fighter bomber.
P.1045: naval P.1040.
P.1046: naval P.1040 with rocket boost.
P.1047: P.1046 with extreme sweep-back to wings.
P.1048: fighter with two AS.65 engines.
P.1049: fighter with AS.65 and extreme sweep-back.
P.1050: long range, high altitude, tail-less transport.
P.1051: naval bomber to carry large missile.
P.1052: research aircraft based on Sea Hawk and P. 1047. Two built.
P.1053: various fighter designs powered by rockets.
P.1054: fighter to specification F.43/46 with two AS.65s close to fuselage.
P.1055: eight seat commercial aircraft.
P.1056: night fighter to specification F.44/46, with straight wing.
P.1057: night fighter to specification F.44/46, with swept wing.
P.1058: four/five seat private or air taxi low wing monoplane, with two Lycoming or Continental engines.
P.1059: naval P.1056 with wing nacelles.
P.1060: naval P.1056 with fuselage nacelles.
P.1061: P.1054 with straight wing.
P.1062: P.1052 with AS.65 engine.
P.1063:to specification H.9/47.
P.1064: research aircraft with two Avons over the wing.
P.1065: fighter with one jet and one 2,000lb rocket engine.
P.1066: not used.
P.1067: fighter to specification F.3/48. Became Hunter.
P.1068: P.1040 with Rolls-Royce RB.66 engine.
P.1069 to P.1071: transonic research aircraft.
P.1072: P.1040 with AS Snarler rocket. One conversion.
P.1074: P.1040 with modified wings.
P.1075: P.1062 with Nene engine.
P.1076: development of P.1067.
P.1077: general purpose fighter with two Avons.
P.1078: P.I052 with rocket assistance.
P.1079: not used.
P.1080: P.1052 to Australian specification.
P.1081: P.1052 with Rolls-Royce Nene or Tay.
P.1082: fighter to specification F.23/48.
P.1083: Hunter with 50 degrees swept wing.
P.1084 and P.1085: research aircraft with delta wing.
P.1086: not used.
P.1087: naval version of P.1081.
P.1088: light fighter with two 3,000lb st engines.
P.1089: rocket fighter with 5,000lb st engine.
P.1090: Hunter with D.H. Gyron engine.
P.1091: Hunter with delta wing in co-operation with Avro.
P.1092: two seat, all weather supersonic fighter with delta wing.
P.1093: single seat, all weather supersonic fighter with delta wing.
P.1094: P.1072 with new thin wing.
P.1095: P.1083 with larger fuselage and Sapphire 4 or Avon RA.14, and reheat.
P.1096: supersonic fighter with delta wing and Rolls-Royce R B.106.
P.1097: P.1083 with R.B.106.
P.1098: 16 passenger short haul airliner with high wing and swing tail for freight work Two Alvis Leonides engines and fixed tricycle undercarriage.
P.1099: Hunter with Avon RA.19 or RA.28.
P.1100: supersonic development of Hunter with R.A.24 and two rockets.
P.1101: two seat Hunter trainer. Became T.7.
P.1102: Hunter with new thin wing.
P.1103: two seat interceptor fighter with D.H. Gyron engine, to carry two Vickers Red Dean missiles; to specification F.155T.
P.1104: aircraft with two Rolls-Royce R.B.112s designed to reach Mach 2.
P.1105: Hunter F.6 with podded rocket boost engines.
P.1106: Hunter with thin, greater span wing.
P.1107: straight wing supersonic fighter with four engines.
P.1108: naval strike fighter to specification M.I48T.
P.1109: Hunter F.6 with Firestreak missiles.
P.1110 to P.1113: not used.
P.1114: all-weather Hunter with Rolls-Royce Avon engine.
P.1115: all-weather Hunter with Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire engine.
P.1116: strike derivative of P.II03, retaining two crew.
P.1117: information not available.
P.1118: supersonic Hunter with thin, straight wing.
P.1119: information not available.
P.1120: Hunter advanced trainer.
P.1121: single seat air superiority strike aircraft developed from P.1103.
P.1122: P.I 121 with steel wing.
P.1123: two seat stretched version of P.I 121.
P.1124: supersonic rocket powered target aircraft.
P.1125: twin Rolls-Royce R.B.I33 Medway version of P.O.
P.1126: subsonic VTOL strike aircraft; multi lift with two Bristol-Siddeley Orpheus.
P.1127: V/STOL fighter. Became Kestrel. Page 63.
P.1128: six seat business jet aircraft with two Britol-Siddeley Orpheus, based on Hunter.
P.1129: strike aircraft in competition with TSR-2, with two R-R Medway or two B-S Olympus.
P.1130: Hunter two seat, all-weather fighter.
P.1131: long range freighter with four Rolls- Royce Tyne turboprops.
P.1132: strike aircraft with two Bristol-Siddeley Pegasus. P. 1133: Hunter with AI.23 radar and Firestreak missiles.
P.1134: Mach 3 research aircraft, with one engine and ramjets.
P.1135: information not available.
P.1136: canard design with lift engines and cruise engine.
P.1137: V/STOL strike aircraft with engines in tilting nacelles.
P.1138: information not available.
P.I 139: fighter with two lift engines and lift/cruise Rolls/Royce RB.163. similar in layout to Soviet's YAK 36 (Forger).
P.1140: supersonic version of P.1139.
P.1141: STOL fighter with Bristol-Siddeley Pegasus with reheat.
P.1142: information not available.
P.1143: V/STOL strike aircraft with tilting nacelle.
P.1144 to P.1148: information not available.
P.1149: two seat strike aircraft with six lift engines and two lift/cruise Rolls-Royce Speys.
P.1150: supersonic thin wing development of P.1127, with advanced Pegasus and plenum chamber burning in the forward nozzles.
P.1151: information not available.
P.1152: two seat strike aircraft with four lift engines lift cruise engine with reheat
P.1153: information not available.
P.1154: two seat naval supersonic development of P.1150 to NATO specification NBMR-3. PCB equipped BS.100 engine. Also single seat RAF version.
P.1155: P.1154 with lift engines fore and aft.
Donald Hannah, Flypast Reference Library - Hawker, Key Publishing 1982