Articles tagged Airwork Ltd.

Page 49 of July 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, July 1931

AIR HESTON AIR PARK.

CLUB VISITS-11. HEST N AIR PARK. FJVERYONE who is in the least interested or remotely associated with flying, and particularly private flying, knows or has heard of Heston Air Park. It is safe to say that it is as well known as the terminal aerodrome at Croydon. Yet it is only about two years ago that this extremely busy centre of civil aviation consisted of a stretch of neglected grassland and a...

Page 53 of October 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 53, October 1930

SLIPSTREAMS

STREAMS Costes-Bellonte Achievement. CERTAIN people, as usual of "armchair pilot" type, saw fit to describe Costes' great flight from Paris to New York as "another useless TransAtlantic attempt." This was before its successful cmelusion, of. course, and now that "The Question Mark" has accomplished that which they sought to disparage these critics have remained silent—as was to be expected. It is...

Page 33 of February 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, February 1951

AND NOW VINTAGE AEROPLANES

AIR The articles in MOTOR SPORT last year on early light 'planes and on veteran aeroplanes in the Shuttleworth and Nash collections have prompted Peter Hull, who is with Airwork, Ltd., to write of those vintage aircraft that are with us still. Hull delighted all vintage car folk who saw him driving his supercharged 1,750-c.c. Alfa-Romeo drophead coupe so effectively and successfully at club race...

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