Founded February 1931 to build the Ferry 3-engined low-performance biplane, designed specifically for
Airspeed AS.4 Ferry
AS.4 Ferry
short-range pleasure flying ("joy riding"). Prototype Ferry, to Sir Alan Cobham's specification, went on tour with his National Aviation Day Displays 1932 and 1933; joined by second example 1932. In 1933 two more Ferries (four only built) acquired by John Sword of Midland and Scottish Air Ferries Ltd.

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