Pemberton-Billing (Supermarine) P.B.31E
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Trevor Webb, e-mail, 21.10.2014 15:21

In reply to frank frinak, there have been several including the Euler Dr IV, the Pemberton-Billing PB-29E and the Supermarine PB-31E. In addition there was the Fokker V-8 a quintuplane.


j k shelton, e-mail, 25.08.2014 20:28

The Putnam book, Supermarine Aircraft since 1914 consistently give the name as NightHawk.
Any comments?


J Kn, e-mail, 11.10.2011 02:54

It's very steampunk.


frank frinak, e-mail, 24.05.2011 23:35

first and only quadraplane? Did it make take off? Any history of flight performance?




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