Developed as the AVRO , transferred to HAWKER SIDDELEY as HS in Built in several series: most advanced variant Super Designed by AV Roe & Co Ltd, the type was later built by Hawker Siddeley as the HS, the majority having been built under the aegis of Hawker Siddeley. The AVRO / Hawker Siddeley HS is a twin-engined regional airliner for max. 58 passengers produced by the British manufacturer AVRO, A.V. Roe and.
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Several carriers use the as a bulk fuel hauler, with either seven or eight fixed tanks in the cabin with a total capacity of about litres US Gallons. Quick Search Result for Air Creebec ” “. New Zealand’s Andovers were purchased to replace the Bristol Freighter which had even shorter range.
It had more powerful Dart Mk s engines and a unique kneeling landing gear. As of July only one Andover remained in commercial service, operated by Kenyan company Wilken Aviation.
Hawker Siddeley Andover
Retrieved 15 November In the Series 2B was introduced, with a 4-foot increase in wingspanMk engines, a modernized passenger cabin, and improvements to the fuel, water methanol injection systemand engine fire protection systems. British military transport aircraft — Hawker Siddeley aircraft Twin-engined tractor aircraft Twin-engined turboprop aircraft Aircraft first flown in The Andover was named after the Avro Andovera biplane transport used by the RAF for medical evacuation between the first and second world wars; and RAF Andoverwhere some of its trials were carried out.
This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat The wing was mounted low on the fuselage with siddsley from the root, allowing good overall ground clearance and easy mounting of strong landing gear. The first production Andover C.
From on, a large freight door in the rear cabin and strengthened cabin floor were offered as options on the 2A. He made several flights, accompanied by Hawker Siddeley test pilot Tony Blackman, using the company’s Hatfield airport.
The was one of the first medium-sized aircraft to use fail-safe design principles in the structure, instead of the then common safe-life principles. Retrieved 30 October The original design was started inafter the Duncan Sandys Defence White Paper ended most military manned-aircraft development in the UK, and Avro decided to re-enter the civilian market.
Avro was not the only company to see the potential for a DC-3 replacement, and by this point work on the ‘s direct competitor, the Fokker F27 Friendship turboprop, was well advanced.
The type was retired from service in The first Avro flew from the company’s Woodford, Cheshire aircraft factory on 24 Juneand testing of the two prototypes quickly proved the type’s short-field performance.
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Hawker Siddeley Andover – Wikipedia
In the series 2A was introduced, the same basic aircraft but hawket Mk. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Type D Type E Type F Type G Type H Retrieved 22 May A prototype Avro Srs 2 was used for the trials. The Andover had a kneeling landing gear to make ramp loading easier.
The aircraft had larger four-bladed propellers than thewhich required a greater distance between the engines and the fuselage, although the wingtips were reduced by 18 inches to maintain the same wingspan as the At the start of the s the Royal Air Force RAF issued a requirement for a medium tactical freighter and Avro started work on a military variant of the Rolls-Royce Dart -powered twin-engined Avro airliner.
Airliner family by Hawker Siddeley, later British Aerospace. As of July a total of six ex-military Andovers remained in commercial service, operated by: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Manufacturer designations Type D Type E Siddeeley F Type G Type H