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By Peter R. March

Totally revised and re-illustrated, this can be an essential pocket advisor for all aviation lovers, detailing the myriad mild airplane kinds obvious within the skies and at provincial airfields round Britain.

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PRM Above: Robin HR200/120. 59m) Max cruising speed: 193mph (31 Okm/h) Accommodation: Pilot plus four passengers First aircraft flown: 18 November 1972 (HR1 00-285); 3 February 1976 (HR100-180) Production: HR1 00 series - 243; HR200 series - 214 Recognition: Conventional constant-chord low-wing monoplane without the 'Jodel' cranked wing. High back fuselage with slab tail plane at the base of the rectangular fin. Divided front windscreen and single side window. Retractable undercarriage. 3kW) 0-320-D2A engine; R2160AR2160 with full aerobatic eauipment.

Open cockpit. Small upright fin and rudder. Oblong tailplane, set forward of fin, With rounded tips. Exposed engine cylinder heads on each Side Immediately behind spinner. 31 - standard Rollason-built version. 5kW) Ardem MkX engine; Turbulent 0 - built by Stark in Germany. Fully transparent cockpit canopy. 5kW) Stark Stamo 1400 engine. 38m) Length. 86m) Max cruising speed: 115mph (185km/h) Accommodation: Two side-by-side seats First aircraft flown: 1956 (Druine); May 1961 (Rollason) Production: 51 by Rollason Recognition: Single-engined low-wing monoplane with fixed tailwheel undercarriage.

Wings of parallel chord With rounded tipS. Open cockpit. Small upright fin and rudder. Oblong tailplane, set forward of fin, With rounded tips. Exposed engine cylinder heads on each Side Immediately behind spinner. 31 - standard Rollason-built version. 5kW) Ardem MkX engine; Turbulent 0 - built by Stark in Germany. Fully transparent cockpit canopy. 5kW) Stark Stamo 1400 engine. 38m) Length. 86m) Max cruising speed: 115mph (185km/h) Accommodation: Two side-by-side seats First aircraft flown: 1956 (Druine); May 1961 (Rollason) Production: 51 by Rollason Recognition: Single-engined low-wing monoplane with fixed tailwheel undercarriage.

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