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| MODEL||P.7 Mark II|
| ENGINE||2 x 230hp Bently B.R.2 rotary engines|
| Take-off weight||2872 kg||6332 lb|
| Empty weight||1734 kg||3823 lb|
| Wingspan||17.48 m||57 ft 4 in|
| Length||11.28 m||37 ft 0 in|
| Height||3.66 m||12 ft 0 in|
| Wing area||68.56 m2||737.97 sq ft|
| ARMAMENT||2 x 7.7mm machine-guns, 4 x 100kg bombs|
|Barry, 05.11.2015 17:05|
Designed to replace the Airco DH 10 only three prototypes were built. Whilst it showed excellent handling and manoeuvrability cost cutting after World War I meant that there was no future for this aeroplane like so many others.
Engines 2 x ABC Dragonfly 9 cylinder radials developing 320 h.p. each although later models were flown with Bentley radials and Napier Lion in line engines
Span 57'4" Length 37'0" Height 12'0"Loaded Weight6,320 lb
Max speed 125 mph Service Ceiling 20,000 Ft
Armament 2 x .303" machine guns and 4 X 230lb bombs
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