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|Name lost due to an error, sorry ;), 02.04.2020 12:46|
Further to Brian Dunlop's comments, may I add this information. The CW
company had extended itself with a twin engined aircraft, known as the
Swan. This left the company in dire financial trouble leading to the
firm selling the rights to the Cygnet to General Aircraft Limited. GAL
modified the design, fitting a tricycle undercarriage and giving the
designation as the GAL Cygnet II.
|Heretic, e-mail, 05.02.2014 19:54|
This aircraft looks remarkably like a Miles Whitney Straight
|Brian Dunlop, e-mail, 21.02.2011 22:58|
The photograph is taken at Hanworth Airpark, Middlesex. It was here that General Aircaft built the GAL Cygnet which was very similar but had a tricycle landing gear.
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