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  Airspeed Oxford Information
The Airspeed AS.10 Oxford was a twin-engine aircraft used for training British Commonwealth aircrews in navigation, radio-operating, bombing and gunnery during World War II.
Seven of these had been modified for the South African Air Force as the "Convertible Envoy", which could be equipped at short notice with a single machine-gun in a hand-operated Armstrong Whitworth dorsal turret and bomb racks.
Consul - After the end of WWII, 150 aircraft already in production were completed as civilian transports; this type was known as the Airspeed Consul.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Airspeed_Oxford   (672 words)

  
 Airspeed Horsa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Airspeed AS.51 or Horsa Mk I was a World War II troop-carrying glider built by the British company Airspeed Ltd and subcontractors and used for air assault by British and Allied armed forces.
The Airspeed 58 or Horsa Mk II had a hinged nose section, reinforced floor and double nose wheels to support the extra weight of vehicles.
Production was by Airspeed and subcontractors including the Austin Motors and the furniture manufacturers Harris Lebus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Airspeed_Horsa   (658 words)

  
 Airspeed Oxford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Airspeed AS.10 Oxford was a twin-engine aircraft used for training British Commonwealth aircrews in navigation, radio-operating, bombing and gunnery during World War II.
Seven of these had been modified for the South African Air Force as the "Convertible Envoy", which could be equipped at short notice with a single machine-gun in a hand-operated Armstrong Whitworth dorsal turret and bomb racks.
Consul - After the end of WWII, 150 aircraft already in production were completed as civilian transports; this type was known as the Airspeed Consul.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Airspeed_Oxford   (697 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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www.transportphotos.com /air/acLists/uk/ukMfg/airspeed/airs.html   (118 words)

  
 Rolls-Royce: Malaysia
Some 40 years later, the company began operations in Malaysia, while establishing a strong and successful partnership with the country’s national airline.
Malayan Airways Limited (MAL) began air service operations with a five seat Airspeed Consul powered by two Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah X engines.
Armstrong Siddeley later merged to become part of Rolls-Royce, in the same way that MAL was the forerunner to Malaysia Airlines.
www.rolls-royce.com /malaysia/history/default.htm   (162 words)

  
 www.tayyareci.com AIRSPEED OXFORD CONSUL .. 1923 - 1950 Period TUAF AIRCRAFTS 1923 -1950 dönemi Turk HvKK UCAKLARI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Oxford, 1931’de kurulan ve bir İngiliz havacılık firması olan Airspeed tarafından projelendirilmiş ve üretilmiş bir eğitim uçağıdır.
Oxford is a trainer designed and produced by the British firm called “Airspeed” founded in 1931.
In order to meet the multi-engined trainer plane demand of the TuAF 50 factory new Mk-1s were procured from the national budget and they were brought to Turkey via Egypt (1941).
www.tayyareci.com /digerucaklar/turkiye/1923ve50/airspeed-oxford.asp   (244 words)

  
 Airspeed Consul — Canada Aviation Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Consul started life as an Airspeed Oxford, an aircraft used extensively as a pilot and aircrew trainer in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan during Second World War.
Airspeed had the reputation of building speedy, light single- and twin-engine transports.
The Oxford/Consul was no exception, but was considered by some to be much trickier to fly than the Avro Anson, its stablemate at training schools.
www.aviation.technomuses.ca /collections/artifacts/aircraft/AirspeedConsul.shtml   (168 words)

  
 airspeed oxford information -- airspeed oxford   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The plane had been flying for 12 minutes, and at the time of the explosion was at 4,200m altitude and still climbing, with a forward airspeed of 685km/h.
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Though Norway left Airspeed in 1938, he had shaped it into a viable company which went on to produce thousands of Airspeed Oxford aircraft for use as the primary training aircraft of the RAF Bomber...
www.spotoxford.info /airspeedoxford   (1042 words)

  
 consul - OneLook Dictionary Search
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Phrases that include consul: vice consul, airspeed consul, ford consul, general consul, honorary consul, more...
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"From a noisy spluttering Airspeed Consul that took to the skies in 1974 to today's Connolly leather seats trimmed in burr wood, Singapore Airlines has arrived.
An Airspeed Consul, belonging to the Malayan Airways Ltd (MAL), hurtled down a tiny airstrip in Kallang, Singapore.
On that Airspeed Consul, registration VR-SCD, the only frill was ice water from a vacuum flask.
www.thenational.com.pg /0111/column5.htm   (1141 words)

  
 eBay.co.uk - consul, ford consul, granada, zephyr items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
GCC169 Clutch Cover Ford Capri Consul Granada Escort RS
Ford Zephyr Zodiac Consul Temperature Gauge NOS OE
FORD CONSUL - 1972 - Daytona YELLOW - LTD. EDTN.
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 Airspeed Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
CHRISTIAN DIOR AIRSPEED 2 KHAKI SUNGLASSES ORIGINAL 06
Authentic Christian Dior Pink Airspeed 1 Sunglasses NIC
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freewebs.com /babloziki/01/airspeed.html   (124 words)

  
 Consul TF-RPM
Airspeed Consul TF-RPM of Icelandic Airline crashed 12th April 1951 near to Oxford LX518 on Crow Stone Edge.
It was sold back to Airspeed in March 1946 and was registered at G-AHJY and was owned by a number of companies before being sold to Icelandic Airline in January 1951.
A picture of the wreckage of the Consul, the peat was covered with small
www.peakdistrictaircrashes.co.uk /1950-1960tf-rpm.htm   (157 words)

  
 John Gold Travel & Tours-- Air LInes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Northwest Airlines is the world's fourth largest airline, and together with its global travel partners serves over 750 destinations in 120 countries on 6 continents.
From a small air service that began with a 5-seater twin engined Airspeed Consul in 1947, Malaysia Airlines has grown into an award-winning airline with a fleet of more than 100 aircraft, servicing more than 100 destinations across six continents.
Our story began in May 1947, when Malayan Airways first operated a twin-engined Airspeed Consul between Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang.
www.johngoldtravel.com /airlines.htm   (412 words)

  
 Air Tickets India,Cheap Flights to India,About Malaysia Airlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
On April 2 1947, the first fare paying passengers boarded an MAL, Airspeed Consul plane in Singapore heading to Kuala Lumpur.
By the end of 1947, Malayan Airways engaged in an expansion exercise to cater for the growing needs of a growing nation.
Services from the five-seater Airspeed Consul were further enhanced by the acquisition of a 21-seater DC3.
www.air-tickets-india.com /airlines/malaysian-airlines/about-us.htm   (927 words)

  
 Singapore Airlines @ ActiveSingapore
For the history of Singapore Airlines, traces of the airline can be found around 60 years backed where on the year October 12, 1937, Singapore Airlines began its services with the incorporation of Malayan Airways Limited by the Ocean Steamship Company of Liverpool, the Straits Steamship Company of Singapore and Imperial Airways.
However, the first flight of the airlines only took place 10 years later at the year 1947 where the first flight between Kuala Lumpur and the British Straits Settlement of Singapore using an Airspeed Consul airplane.
After the establishment of the airlines, Singapore Airlines continued to grow with time where until the year 1966 when Singapore gained its independence, the airline’s name was changed to Malaysia — Singapore Airlines and the airline continued to expand rapidly, including the purchase of a new Boeing 707 fleet.
www.activesingapore.com /singapore-airlines.html   (582 words)

  
 About MAS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
It was not until 1947 some 20 months after Japan's surrender, that Mansfield and Co.Ltd made plans to form Malayan Airways to resume the Malayan routes that Wearne's Air Services had pioneered.
The new airline's first revenue-earning service was a charter flight on 2 April 1947 using the new operator's first equipment, an Airspeed Consul, and its first scheduled service followed on 1 May of that year.
The airline had ambitious plans for longer services with greater passenger loads, so in the period from August 1947 to March 1948 it brought five Douglas DC-3 twin-engined aircraft from British Aviation Services.
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 eBay.co.uk: photo Airspeed Consul G-AJXE - MCA Flying Unit (item 270099681600 end time 21-Mar-07 14:57:27 GMT)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
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 Focus on Travel News
Encik Yazid later presented air tickets to some winners from Kuala Lumpur and Selangor who won their passage on the Flight of Discovery.
The national airline took to the skies on 2nd April 1947, commencing air services between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore using an Airspeed Consul plane.
From a fledging air service between the two cities, the airline has evolved into an award winning world-class carrier, recognised as one of Asia 's largest, flying more than 40,000 passengers to over 110 destinations across 6 continents daily.
www.ftnnews.com /wtrans717.htm   (364 words)

  
 All registered aircraft made by Airspeed Ltd
There're 25 aircraft found made by Airspeed Ltd.
Airport-Data.com does not guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of any information on this site.
Do NOT use these information for navigation, flight planning, or for use in flight.
www.airport-data.com /manuf/Airspeed_Ltd.html   (36 words)

  
 Burma/Myanmar Air Force Aircraft
Any errors and omissions is the sole responsibility of the author.
A total of 15 Oxfords and nine Consuls saw service with the UBAF.
Some were armed with two 0.303 machine guns mounted in pods under the fuselage, and eight 25 lb.
www.aeroflight.co.uk /waf/aa-eastasia/burma/burma-af-aircraft.htm   (3760 words)

  
 Singapore Airlines Page--Welcome to Travelsites, the travel site web directory!--information on Expedia, Travelocity, ...
They learned that customers have a choice on long haur flights, so they decided to make those flights as pleasurable as possible.
Singapore Air's story began in May 1947, when Malayan Airways first operated a twin-engined Airspeed Consul between Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang.
Malayan Airways was not to carry on for long.
www.travelsites.com /Reviews/singapore_airlines.html   (422 words)

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