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| ENGINE||2 x 500hp Bristol Aquila I|
| Take-off weight||4994 kg||11010 lb|
| Empty weight||3178 kg||7006 lb|
| Wingspan||17.17 m||56 ft 4 in|
| Length||13.16 m||43 ft 2 in|
| Height||3.73 m||12 ft 3 in|
| Wing area||43.57 m2||468.98 sq ft|
| Max. speed||403 km/h||250 mph|
| Range||2013 km||1251 miles|
|Leroy McVay, e-mail, 01.08.2011 15:55|
Air Classics magazine vol 47, no.8 shows Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum partial restoration of the Bolingbroke. Can I.D. by faring on main gear and cockpit.
|Barry, 11.01.2011 18:20|
John the aeroplane you are thinking of is the Bristol Type 142 noted elsewhere on this site.
|John Daniell, e-mail, 04.03.2010 21:40|
Originally ordered by Lord Rothermere and christened 'Britain First' it was faster than the best RAF fighters of the day. It led eventually to the Bristol Blenheim bomber.
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