Ensign prototype G-ADSR disembarks pasengers at Croydon Airport, 1930s.

Ensign prototype G-ADSR disembarks pasengers at Croydon Airport, 1930s.
2 8 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 20cm

Description

The Armstrong Whitworth Ensign first flew on 24 January 1938. Characterized by a sleek all metal structure and a large retractable undercarriage it was the largest pre-war landplane built for Imperial Airways. Fourteen were built, staying in pasenger service until 1946. After war service the fleet survivors transferred to BOAC.

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