Supermarine

Supermarine was a British aircraft manufacturer that became famous for producing a range of sea planes and the Supermarine Spitfire fighter.

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Supermarine Sea Lion I
... The Supermarine Sea Lion I was a British racing flying boat designed and built by the Supermarine Aviation Works for the 1919 Schneider Trophy at Bournemouth, England ...
Supermarine Aircraft
... AD Flying Boat (1916) AD Navyplane (1916) Supermarine Nighthawk (1917) – anti-Zeppelin fighter aircraft Supermarine Baby (1917) – single seat fighter flying boat Supermarine Sea Lion I (1919 ... Supermarine 545 – supersonic version of Swift Supermarine Type 553 (1953) – mach 2 research aircraft project Supermarine Type 559 (1955) – submission for Operational Requirement F.155 for a ...
Supermarine Spitfire Mk 26
... The Supermarine Spitfire Mk 26 is a two-seat Australian homebuilt aircraft produced in kit form by Supermarine Aircraft for completion by amateur builders ...
Supermarine Spitfire (early Merlin Powered Variants) - Production
... Production by Mark Mark Built by Numbers Built Notes Prototype Supermarine 1 K5054 ... IA, IB Supermarine, Westland 1,567 First production Spitfire K9787 first flew 14 May 1938 ... III Supermarine 2 N3297 converted from Mk I, W3237 converted from Mk V ...
Supermarine B.12/36 - Design and Development
... Supermarine, among others, were invited to tender a design ... Supermarine's design, the Type 316, was a single-spar, mid-wing aircraft the leading edge was swept back but the trailing edge was straight ... Both the Air Ministry and Supermarine initiated changes to the design, giving it a larger wing area and a twin tail unit ...