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Miles M.52

1946
-Miles–Short–Westland-
Aircraft on photo: Miles M.52 RC model                                                                           Photo source: RCgroups.com  

 
Manufacturer:
Miles Aircraft, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.609 km/h
(1.000 mph)
Length:
Type:
experimental supersonic aircraft
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
supersonic research aircraft project, after it was Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  cancelled a 30% scale radio-controlled model Ceiling: 15.250 m
(50.050 ft)
Max weight:
  of the original M.52 design was built and
Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
  achieved speed of 1,38 Mach in October 1948 Canceled: 1946   
Crew:
10,20 m   
(33 ft 6 in)
8,20 m
(26 ft 11 in)
NA

3.715 kg  
(8.190 lb)
1 unfinished 
prototype
1
Engine:              1 × Power Jets W.2/700 turbojet (fitted with augmentor and afterburner)
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 8,9 kN (1 x 2.000 lbf) dry thrust                                  
                          
  1 x 14,1 kN (1 x 3.175 lbf) with afterburner
   
Armament: none
   
More info    /   sources:
Aviastar
  Wikipedia
Avia Deja Vu
  Tanks 45
Aerospaceweb
   


Saunders-Roe SR.A/1

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Saunders-Roe SR.A/1                                                           Photo source: Flickr by Phlairline.com
 
Data for: Saunders-Roe SR.A/1 TG 271 (3rd prototype)   
Manufacturer:
Saunders-Roe Limited, United Kingdom
Max speed:
830 km/h
(516 mph) 
Length:
Type:
flying boat fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
the first jet powered flying boat in the World   Endurance:
1 h 48 min

Height:
  conceived towards the end of World War II  Ceiling: 14.600 m
(48.000 ft)
Max weight:
  for use in the Pacific Climb rate: 20,3 m/s
(4.000 ft/min)    Number built:
First flight: 1947 Crew: 1   
 
15,24 m   
(50 ft 0 in)
14,02 m
(46 ft 0 in)
5,11 m
(16 ft 9 in)
8.633 kg  
(19.033 lb)
3
 
More info / sources:
Engines            2 × Metropolitan-Vickers Beryl MVB.2 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 17,2 kN (2 x 3.850 lbf)                                 
                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
   
  Bombs: 2 x 454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb)
   
Wikipedia
1000 Aircraft Photos
Aviastar
Glos Transport History

 

 

Saunders-Roe SR.53

1957
 
Aircraft on photo: Saunders-Roe SR.53
 

 
Manufacturer:
Saunders-Roe Limited, United Kingdom
Max speed:
2.400 km/h
(1.490 mph) 
Length:
Type:
interceptor prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
prototype interceptor aircraft of mixed jet    Endurance:
30 min

Height:
  and rocket propulsion developed for the   Ceiling: 20.420 m
(67.000 ft)
Max weight:
  Royal Air Force in the early 1950s Climb rate: 85,75 m/s
(16.880 ft/min)     Number built:
First flight: 1957 Crew: 1  
 
13,72 m     
(45 ft 0 in)
7,66 m
(25 ft 2 in)
3,30 m
(10 ft 10 in)
8.618 kg  
(19.000 lb)
2
 
 
 
Engines:             1 × Armstrong Siddeley Viper 8 turbojet
 
  
  1 × de Havilland Spectre rocket engine    
Thrust:    1 x 7,3 kN (1 x 1.640 lbf) turbojet                                  
                          
  1 x 35,7 kN (1 x 8.000 lbf) rocket engine
   
Armament: Missiles: 2 x air-to-air
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Aviastar
RAF Museum
 

 

Saunders-Roe SR.177

1957
 
Aircraft on photo: Saunders-Roe SR.177                                                          Photo source: Modelingmadness.com  
   
Manufacturer:
Saunders-Roe Limited, United Kingdom
Max speed:
Mach 2,35
 
Length:
Type:
mixed power interceptor
Range:

Span:
Description:
a 1950s project to develop a combined jet  Endurance: 7 min 
(full power)
Height:
  jet and rocket powered interceptor aircraft  Ceiling: 20.422 m
(67.000 ft)
Max weight:
  for the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy Climb rate: 300 m/s
(60.000 ft/min)     Number built:
Canceled: 1957 Crew: 1   
 
15,24 m   
(50 ft 0 in)
9,14 m
(30 ft 0 in)
4,27 m
(14 ft 0 in)
12.780 kg  
(28.174 lb)
6 unfinished 
prototypes 


Engines:             1 × de Havilland PS.50 Gyron Junior turbojet with afterburner
 
  
  1 × de Havilland Spectre 5A liquid-fuelled rocket engine    
Thrust:    1 x 62 kN (1 x 14.000 lbf) turbojet with afterburner                             
                          
  1 x 44 kN (1 x 10.000 lbf) rocket engine
   
Armament: Missiles: 2 x air-to-air
   
  Hardpoints: 2    
  Hardpoints capacity: 454 kg (1.000 lb)
   
More info / sources:
Airwar
Wikipedia
Unreal Aircraft
Space UK
 
 

 

 

Short SB5 "high tail"

1952
 
Aircraft on photo: Short SB5 "high tail"                                                                      Photo source: Flickr by robina7
 

 
Manufacturer:
Short Brothers, United Kingdom
Max speed:
649 km/h
(403 mph)     
Length:
Type:
experimental aircraft
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
highly unorthodox British research aircraft   Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  with adjustable wing designed to provide   Ceiling: 9.000 m
(29.528 ft)
Loaded weight:
  input for the design of the English Electric P.1 Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
First flight: 1952 Crew: 1   
 
13,94 m   
(45 ft 9 in)
10,9 m
(35 ft 2 in)
5,28 m
(17 ft 4 in)
5.443 kg  
(12.000 lb)
1
 
More info / sources:
Engine:              1 × Rolls-Royce Derwent Mk. 8 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 16,01 kN (1 x 3.600 lbf                                
                          
Armament: none
   
Wikipedia
Airwar
Avia Deja Vu


 

Short SB5 "low tail"

1954
 
Aircraft on photo: Short SB5 "low tail"                                 
 
   
Manufacturer:
Short Brothers, United Kingdom
Max speed:
810 km/h
(503 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental aircraft
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
original SB.5 which was reconfigured to have  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  new engine, a 60° wing sweep instead of 50°  Ceiling: 9.000 m
(29.528 ft)
Max weight:
  and a low set tailplane as in the P.1A Climb rate: NA
  Number built:
First flight: 1954 (RR engine); 1957 (Bristol engine)
Crew: 1   
 
14,04 m   
(46 ft 1 in)
8,49 m
(27 ft 10 in)
5,05 m
(16 ft 7 in)
9.800 kg  
(21.605 lb)
1
 
More info / sources:
Engine:               1 × Bristol Orpheus turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 22,24 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf                                
                          
Armament: none
   
Airwar
Avia Deja Vu
Wikipedia

 

 

Supermarine Spitfire Tr.IX

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine Spitfire Tr.IX
 
   
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
640 km/h
(400 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: 700 km
(435 mi)
Span:
Description:
Spitfire training version developed after  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  the end of WWII    Ceiling: 12.650 m
(41.500 ft)
Take off weight:
First flight: 1946 Climb rate: 23,2 m/s
(4.560 ft/min)   
Number built:
Crew: 2       
 
11,23 m   
(36 ft 10 in)
9,47 m m
(31 ft 1 in)
3,86 m
(12 ft 8 in)
3.151 kg  
(7.390 lb)
21 + recent
conversions 

 
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Merlin 66 liquid-cooled V-12 engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.174 kW (1 x 1.575 HP                                
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 7,7 mm (2 x 0.303 in)
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
  Hyperscale
Airwar
  Touchdown

 

 

Supermarine Seafang

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine Seafang F.32                                                                         Photo source: Wikipedia  
Data for: Supermarine Seafang F.32  
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
765 km/h
(475 mph) 
Length:
Type:
naval fighter
Range: 633 km
(393 mi)
Span:
Description:
further development of Supermarine's  Ferry range::
1.170 km
(727 mi)
Height:
  Spitfire and Spiteful aircraft Ceiling: 12.500 m
(41.000 ft)
Loaded weight:
First flight: 1946 Climb rate: 23,5 m/s
(4.630 ft/min)    
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
10,39 m     
(34 ft 1 in)
10,67 m
(35 ft 0 in)
3,82 m
(13 ft 6 in)
4.750 kg  
(10.450 lb)
18
 


Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Griffon 89 V12 liquid cooled piston
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.755 kW (1 x 2.350 HP                                
                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
   
  Bombs: 2 x 454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb) or
   
  Rockets: 4 x 27 kg (4 x 60 lb)    
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Aviastar
 


 

Supermarine 392 / 398

1946
Supermarine 392  
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 392 TS409                                                        Photo source: Million Monkey Theater  
Data for: Supermarine 392 TS409     
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
NA
         
Length:
Type:
naval fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Supermarine Attacker prototype conceived by  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  mating Spiteful wing with a new fuselage and tail Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
First flight: 1946
Climb rate: NA

Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
11,43 m   
(37 ft 6 in)
11,25 m
(36 ft 11 in)
3,02 m
(9 ft 11 in)
NA  

1 (Type 392);
 2 (Type 398) 

 
Engine:                 1 × Rolls-Royce RB.41 turbojet
 
More info / sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 19,1 kN (1 x 4.300 lbf) dry thrust                                  
                      1000 Aircraft Photos
Armament: NA
  Million Monkey Theater

Airvectors
Hrvatski vojnik

 

 

Supermarine Attacker

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine Attacker F.1
 
Data for: Supermarine Attacker F.1  
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
950 km/h
(590 mph) 
Length:
Type:
naval fighter
Range: 950 km
(590 mi)
Span:
Description:
first British naval jet fighter with tailwheel   Ferry range:
1.975 km
(1.227 mi)
Height:
  configuration (originating from Spiteful)  Ceiling: 13.716 m
(45.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1950 (Attacker F.1)
Climb rate: 32,3 m/s
(6.350 ft/min)   
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
11,43 m   
(37 ft 6 in)
11,25 m
(36 ft 11 in)
3,02 m
(9 ft 11 in)
7.870 kg  
(17.350 lb)
185 (total)
 

 
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Nene 3 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 19,1 kN (1 x 4.300 lbf) dry thrust                                  
                          
  1 x 22,24 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf) with afterburner    
   
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
   
More info    /   sources:
Wikipedia
  Airwar
Airvectors
  Aviastar
Hrvatski vojnik
   

 

 

Supermarine 510 / 528

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 510
 
Data for: Supermarine 510  
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.014 km/h
(630 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Supermarine Attacker with sweptback   Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  wing and tail surfaces (transitional airplane Ceiling: NA

Take off weight:
  between Attacker and Swift), built in two
Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
  examples named 510 and 528  First flight: 1948 (510); 1950 (528) Crew:
11,61 m   
(38 ft 1 in)
9,66 m
(31 ft 8 in)
2,68 m
(9 ft 10 in)
5,534 kg  
(12.200 lb)
1 (510);
1 (528) 
1  
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Nene 2 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 22 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf)                                                             
Armament: none
   
More info / sources:
Aviastar
  Wikipedia
Airvectors
  Fleet Arm

 

 

Supermarine 510 "pointed nose"

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 510 with pointed nose                                                      Photo source: Thehangar.tv  
   
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
+1.014 km/h
(+630 mph)  
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Supermarine 510 later modification with  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  pointed nose that gave it increased speed Ceiling: NA

Take off weight:
First flight: 1949 Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
Crew: 1  
   
12,1 m   
(39 ft 8 in)
9,66 m
(31 ft 8 in)
2,68 m
(9 ft 10 in)
5,534 kg  
(12.200 lb)
1

   
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Nene 2 turbojet
                                             
More info / sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 22 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf)                                                            1000 Aircraft Photos
Armament: none
  Million Monkey Theater
 
Thunder and Lightnings
Flight Global


 

Handley Page HP.88 (Supermarine 521)

1951
Handley-Page H.P.88  
Aircraft on photo: Handley Page HP.88                    Photo source: Flickr by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives  
also called: Supermarine Type 521 and Blackburn YB.2  
Manufacturer:
Blackburn Aircraft Limited, United Kingdom
Max speed:
Mach 0,9
        
Length:
Type:
research aircraft
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
built from Supermarine Attacker fuselage and  Ferry range:
NA
Height:
  with wing which was one-quarter scale wing  Ceiling: NA
Max weight:
  and horizontal tail of the Victor bomber Climb rate: NA    
Number built:
First flight: 1951 Crew: 1   
 
12,2 m       
(40 ft 0 in)
12,2 m
(40 ft 0 in)
NA

6.640 kg  
(14.640 lb)
1
 

 
Engine:                 1 × Rolls-Royce Nene 102 turbojet
 
More info / sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 21,2 kN (1 x 4.770 lbf                                 
                                   Wikipedia
Armament: none
  Airwar
1000 Aircraft Photos
Vic Flintham
Avia Deja Vu

 

 

Supermarine 535

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 535                                                                   Photo source: Flickr by kitchener.lord  
   
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed (est):
1.000 km/h
(620 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
modified Supermarine 528 with    Ferry range:
NA
Height:
  afterburning Nene engine, lengthened  Ceiling: NA
Max weight:
  nose and tricycle undercarriage Climb rate: NA    
Number built:
First flight: 1950 Crew: 1   
 
13,08 m   
(42 ft 11 in)
9,67 m
(31 ft 8,5 in)
NA

NA  

1
 

 
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Nene centrifugal turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 22 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf)                                                             
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)    
More info   /   sources:
Aviastar
  Flight Global
Thunder & L.
  Flight Global

 

 

Supermarine Swift

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 541 (Supermarine Swift preproduction aircraft)
 
Data for: Supermarine Swift F.2
 
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.140 km/h
(709 mph)   
Length:
Type:
fighter aircraft
Range: 793 km
(493 mi)
Span:
Description:
aircraft which proved mostly unreliable as a Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  fighter but nevertheless broke the world speed Ceiling: 11.980 m
(39.000 ft)
Max weight:
  record in 1953 reaching 1.184 km/h (736 mph) Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
First flight: 1951 (Supermarine 541) Crew:
 
12,64 m   
(41 ft 6 in)
9,85 m
(32 ft 4 in)
3,80 m
(12 ft 6 in)
8.965 kg  
(19.764 lb)
  197  (total 
Swift) 

 
Engine:              1 x Rolls-Royce Avon RA.7 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 33,4 kN (1 x 7.500 lbf)                                                             
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)    
  Rockets: 8
   
Variants: 541, F.1, F.2, F.3, F.4
   
More info / sources:
Thunder & Lightning
Hrvatski vojnik
Airvectors
jn.passieux

 


Supermarine Swift FR.5

1955
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine Swift FR.5
 
Data for: Supermarine Swift FR.5  
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.148 km/h
(713 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter-reconnaissance
Range: 1.014 km
(630 mi)
Span:
Description:
the only really successful Swift version, with Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  higher fin & nose modified to hold cameras, Ceiling: 13.960 m
(45.800 ft)
Max weight:
  specialized in tree top reconnaissance but Climb rate: 74,5 m/s
(14.660 ft/min) 
Number built:
  with retained combat capability First flight: 1955   Crew:
12,88 m   
(42 ft 3 in)
9,85 m
(32 ft 4 in)
4,02 m
(13 ft 2 in)
9.831 kg  
(21.673 lb)
102
 
1
Engine:             1 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA.7R/114 turbojet
                           
More info/sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 31,9 kN (1 x 7.175 lbf) dry thrust                                                              
  1 x 42 kN (1 x 9.450 lbf) with afterburner
   
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
Wikipedia
Vic Flintham
Airvectors
Aviastar


 

Supermarine Swift F.7

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine Swift F.7
 
Data for: Supermarine Swift F.7  
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.126 km/h
(700 mph)    
Length:
Type:
fighter aircraft
Range: 1.390 km
(864 mi)
Span:
Description:
Swift version armed with Fairey Fireflash  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  air-to-air missiles with larger span and Ceiling: 12.680 m
(41.600 ft)
Max weight:
  extended nose to house new radar Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
First flight: 1956 Crew:
 
13,33 m   
(43 ft 9 in)
10,67 m
(35 ft 0 in)
4,11 m
(13 ft 6 in)
9.707 kg  
(21.673 lb)
14
 

 
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Avon 116 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 44,25 kN (1 x 9.950 lbf) with afterburner                                                            
Armament: Missiles: 2 x air-to-air
   
More info    /   sources:
Thunder & L.
  Airwar
Hrvatski vojnik
  Airvectors

 

 

Supermarine 545

1955
Supermarine 545  
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 545  
   
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.381 km/h
(858 mph)   
Length:
Type:
supersonic naval fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Swift supersonic development with nose  Ferry range:
NA
Height:
  intake for the Avon engine and thin crescent Ceiling: 16.154 m
(53.000 ft)
Max weight:
  wing, although completed it never flew Climb rate: NA    
Number built:
Completed: 1956 Crew: 1   
 
14,33 m       
(47 ft 0 in)
11,89 m
(39 ft 0 in)
NA

9.139 kg  
(20.147 lb)
1
 

 
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA.14R turbojet
 
More info / sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 42 kN (1 x 9.500 lbf) dry thrust                                                           Wikipedia
  1 x 64 kN (1 x 14.500 lbf) with afterburner   Million Monkey Theater
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
   
UK X-Plane Developers
Airfield Information
Vic Flintham
 

 

 

Supermarine 508

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 508                                                                 Photo source: Edcoatescollection.com  
   
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
977 km/h
(607 mph)    
Length:
Type:
naval fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
straight wing and butterfly-tail precursor  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  to the future Supermarine Scimitar Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1951
Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
Crew: 1    
 
15,24 m   
(50 ft 0 in)
12,50 m
(41 ft 0 in)
3,76 m
(12 ft 4 in)
11.626 kg  
(25.630 lb)
1

   
Engines:               2 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA.3 non-afterburning turbojets
                            
More info / sources:
Thrust:    2 x 28,97 kN (2 x 6.500 lbf)                                                           Thunder and Lightnings
Armament: none
  Hrvatski vojnik

Ed Coates Collection
Wikipedia

 

 

Supermarine 529

1951
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 529                                                                                   Photo source: Thehangar.tv
 

 
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
977 km/h
(607 mph)    
Length:
Type:
naval fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
armed Supermarine 508 with  larger tailcone  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  to accommodate a proposed tail-warning radar Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1952
Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
Crew: 1    
 
15,39 m   
(50 ft 6 in)
12,50 m
(41 ft 0 in)
3,76 m
(12 ft 4 in)
11.626 kg  
(25.630 lb)
1

More info / sources:
Engines:             2 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA.3 non-afterburning turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 28,97 kN (2 x 6.500 lbf)                                                            
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
   
Thunder & L.
  Ed Coates
Hrvatski vojnik
  Airvectors
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Supermarine 525

1954
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine 525                                                          Photo source: Thehangar.tv by Barry Jones  
   
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.041 km/h
(647 mph)     
Length:
Type:
naval fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Supermarine 508/529 development with   Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  swept wings and tail; Scimitar precursor Ceiling: 12.984 m
(42.600 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1954
Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
Crew: 1    
 
16,76 m   
(55 ft 0 in)
11,73 m
(38 ft 6 in)
4,54 m
(14 ft 11 in)
12.777 kg  
(28.169 lb)
1
 
   
Engines:              2 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA.3 non-afterburning turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 28,97 kN (2 x 6.500 lbf)                                                            
Armament: NA
   
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Supermarine 544

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine Type 544                                                                         Photo source: Phlairline.com  
also called Supermarine N.113
 
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.185 km/h
(736 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Supermarine Scimitar prototype with  Ferry range:
2.288 km
(1.422 mi)
Height:
  needle-nose and instrumentation boom Ceiling: 14.020 m
(46.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1956 Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
Crew: 1    
 
NA 

11,33 m
(37 ft 2 in)
5,28 m
(17 ft 4 in)
15.513 kg  
(34.200 lb)
3
 
   
Engines:               2 × Rolls-Royce Avon RA24 turbojets
                                          
More info / sources:
Thrust:    2 x 44,5 kN (2 x 10.000 lbf)                                              Thunder and Lightnings
Armament: none
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Supermarine Scimitar

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Supermarine Scimitar F.1                                                                    Photo source: Jetphotos.net
 
Data for: Supermarine Scimitar F.1
 
Manufacturer:
Vickers Supermarine, United Kingdom
Max speed:
1.185 km/h
(736 mph) 
Length:
Type:
naval strike fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
large carrier-borne interceptor fighter and strike Ferry range:
2.290 km
(1.420 mi)
Height:
  aircraft for the Royal Navy & final development Ceiling: 14.020 m
(46.000 ft)
Max weight:
  of Supermarine 508, 529 and 525 designs Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
First flight: 1956 (Supermarine 544) Crew: 1
 
16,84 m   
(55 ft 3 in)
11,33 m
(37 ft 2 in)
5,28 m
(17 ft 4 in)
15.513 kg  
(34.200 lb)
79 (total)
 
More info / sources:
Engines:             2 × Rolls-Royce Avon 202 turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 50,1 kN (2 x 11.250 lbf)                                                  
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 4    
  Hardpoints capacity: 2 x 454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb) bombs or 4 x missiles or 16 x rockets
   
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Westland Wyvern TF.1

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Westland Wyvern TF.1  
Data for: Westland Wyvern TF.1
 
Manufacturer:
Westland Aircraft, United Kingdom
Max speed:
734 km/h
(456 mph) 
Length:
Type:
shipborne torpedo-fighter
Range: 1.908 km
(1.186 mi)
Span:
Description:
long-range shipboard day fighter for Naval use Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  with the added capability of carrying a torpedo,
Ceiling: 9.875 m
(32.100 ft)
Loaded weight:
  rockets or bombs for anti-shipping strikes Climb rate: NA
   
Number built:
First flight: 1946
Crew: 1

 
11,96 m   
(39 ft 3 in)
13,24 m
(43 ft 5 in)
4,72 m
(15 ft 6 in)
9.924 kg  
(21.880 lb)
127 (total);
12 (TF.1) 
More info / sources:
Engine:              1 × Rolls-Royce Eagle 22 24-cylinder liquid-cooled 
piston engine driving eight-blade contraprops    
Power:    1 x 2.610 kW (1 x 3.500 HP)                                      
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
   
  Hardpoints capacity: 1.360 kg (3.000 lb)
Bombs: 3 x 454 kg (3 x 1.000 lb)  
  Torpedo: 1 x 460 mm (1 x 18 in)
Rockets: 8 x 27 kg (8 x 59.5 lb)  
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Westland Wyvern TF.2 / TF.4 (S.4)

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Westland Wyvern S.4                                                        Photo source: Flickr by David Whitworth
 
Data for: Westland Wyvern S.4  
Manufacturer: 
Westland Aircraft, United Kingdom
Max speed:
616 km/h
(383 mph)       
Length:
Type:
carrier based strike fighter
Range: 1.465 km
(910 mi)
Span:
Description:
Wyvern with turboprop engine and Britain's Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  first turboprop-powered shipboard fighter
Ceiling: 8.534 m
(28.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1949 Climb rate: 11,9 m/s
(2.350 ft/min)
Number built:
Crew: 1    

 
12,88 m   
(42 ft 3 in)
13,41 m
(44 ft 0 in)
4,80 m
(15 ft 9 in)
11.136 kg  
(24.550 lb)
12 (TF.2);
98 (S.4)

 
Engine:              1 × Armstrong Siddeley A.S.P.3 Python reverse flow axial compressor turboprop engine   
Power:    1 x 2.650 kW (1 x 3.550 HP)                                   
Residual thrust: 
1 x 4,89 kN (1 x 1.100 lbf)    
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
Torpedo: 1 x 510 mm (1 x 20 in)  
  Hardpoints: 7 (6 under wings and 1 centerline)
Bombs: 3 x 454 kg (3 x 1.000 lb)  
  Hardpoints capacity: 1.360 kg (3.000 lb) Rockets: 16  
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Westland Wyvern T.3

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: Westland Wyvern T.3                                                                       Photo source: WW2aircraft.net  
Data for: Westland Wyvern T.3  
Manufacturer: 
Westland Aircraft, United Kingdom
Max speed:
NA
 
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Wyvern trainer version based on TF.2 but  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  with S.4 engine Ceiling: 8.534 m
(28.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1950 Climb rate: 11,9 m/s
(2.350 ft/min)    
Number built:
Crew: 2    

 
12,88 m   
(42 ft 3 in)
13,42 m
(44 ft 0 in)
4,80 m
(15 ft 9 in)
NA  

1
 
More info / sources:
Engine:              1 × Armstrong Siddeley A.S.P.3 Python reverse flow axial compressor turboprop engine     
Power:    1 x 2.650 kW (1 x 3.550 HP)                                   
Residual thrust: 
1 x 4,89 kN (1 x 1.100 lbf)    
Armament: NA

 
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