Armsrong Siddeley Lynx IVC, London Scottish Provincial Airways, Sir Alan Cobham, London, Hanworth aerodrome
Airspeed A.S.5A Courier was an all-wooden six-seat monoplane fitted with an Armsrong Siddeley Lynx IVC engine. Designed originally by A H Tiltman for Sir Alan Cobham to make a non-stop refueling flight to India, it was the first British designed aircraft to be fitted with a retractable undercarriage. This one, pictured at Hanworth aerodrome in West London during March 1934, belonged to London Scottish Provincial Airways, which operated routes from London to Scotland via the Midlands.G-ACLTP004664
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