Helmy Aerogypt I
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jakujupqob, e-mail, 13.11.2020 15:50

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Barry, 23.11.2015 17:21

There was four marks, but only one aircraft. The original Douglas Sprite engined Aerogypt (seen here) gave way to the Mark II which removed the rather original long chord roof mounted slat. In 1940 end plates were fitted to the wings so becoming the Mark III. In 1943 it was converted to tricycle undercarriage with a pair of Continental 65 h.p A65 engines. Post war it was to be flown to Egypt but suffered a landing accident at R.A.F. Northolt and was damaged beyond repair when the recovery crane dropped it.


peter, e-mail, 18.02.2012 12:36

This aircraft had a long and succesfull career. As a chicken shed !


peter, e-mail, 18.02.2012 12:35

This aircraft had a long and succesfull career. As a chicken shed !




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