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ALAN FAIRLIE, e-mail, 19.01.2022 15:46

Where is it now?


rolophil@hotmail.co.uk, e-mail, 31.10.2017 01:23

i'd like to see the 633 Tay Viscount Cockpit.


Carl BUTLER, e-mail, 03.01.2017 19:38

The airframe was NOT stressed to take the power of pure jets & the fuselage could be pressurised for the higher altitudes required. Boing hade not flown the 707 airliner let alone designed the B737.


Ian Kirby, e-mail, 03.01.2014 23:28

If the Tay engine had been developed the jet viscount would have been a world beater. Where do you think Boeing got the idea for the 737?


Mahir Al Hasani, e-mail, 28.07.2013 04:11

Pity if this aircraft was a success why didn`t the British modify it`s design shape,instead of building the Comet1 which was a disaster in the jet aircraft industry and didn`t learn there lesson in making square windows in supersonic jet,and caused England to lose it`s jet integrity ,giving the chance to the Americans to overcome them !


goutou, 21.06.2011 05:47

Boulton Paul it was hardly ever seen in public and conducted its important missions in an atmosphere of secrecy. In general take-off, climb and manoeuvrability it exceeded all other early jetliners,


peter, e-mail, 11.09.2009 16:11

A guy in bristol has just built a flying replica. its enormous. I have pics.




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