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| MODEL||Bristol Brandon|
| ENGINE||1 x 425hp Bristol Jupiter IV|
| Take-off weight||3223 kg||7106 lb|
| Empty weight||1984 kg||4374 lb|
| Wingspan||16.48 m||54 ft 1 in|
| Length||12.88 m||42 ft 3 in|
| Height||4.37 m||14 ft 4 in|
| Wing area||82.68 m2||889.96 sq ft|
| Max. speed||185 km/h||115 mph|
| Ceiling||2591 m||8500 ft|
|A three-view drawing of Bristol Express Freighter (800 x 652)|
|Barry, 04.04.2016 14:25|
Only three built, two commercial as the 10 Seater with one pilot and 9 passengers. The first used a 450 h.p Napier Lion the second (illustrated) the preferred Bristol Jupiter. The R.A.F. bought one as the Brandon with greater chord wings it was based at R.A.F. Halton as an air ambulance.
|Kent Vernon, e-mail, 06.08.2013 01:26|
I have a nice postcard of a Bristol Jupiter express freight registration G-EBEV. Does anyone have more information on this company, did it expand or go into liquidation. How many aircraft were in the fleet, where were they based?The card is postmarked 1927 thanks in anticipation.
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