A NEW FLYING CLUB.

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A NEW FLYING CLUB.

A NEW light aeroplane club has been formed at Windsor recently.

A syndicate has purchased a site for an aerodrome, where the club will operate, at Bishop’s Farm, Oakley Green, and work will be put in hand shortly for the erection of hangars and a club house.

SERVICE BY AIR.

DM. K. MARENDAZ, Ltd., who were the first motor agents in the country to supply a De

• Havilland “Moth ” machine, are now using a D.H. ” Cirrus ” Moth for business purposes. Arrangements have been made whereby a customer in any part of the country requiring to exchange his old car for a new car or new aeroplane, or desiring his car or

aeroplane repaired and tuned, will be visited by aeroplane at his nearest aerodrome.

AN AIRSHIP CLUB.

IT is not generally known that there is a club in existence for people interested in lighter-than-aircraft.

This is known as the Airship Club and it owns three balloons.

Under an arrangement which has been made with the Airship Development Co., members will now be able to qualify for the A.M.’s airship pilot’s certificate, the training being carried out on that concern’s small airship, the A.D.I.

This little craft, which appeared over London some time ago, is of the non-rigid type, and is somewhat reminiscent of the old ” Blimps ” used in the R.N.A.S. during the War. It has a capacity of 6,000 cubic feet, and is powered with a 85 h.p. A.B.C. ” Hornet ” engine.

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