Photograph: Hawker 4000 CP-CPP (c/n 7625) at Wagga Wagga, NSW, in May 2019 (Robert Myers) Country of origin: United States of America Description: Business and executive aircraft Power Plant: Two 6,900 lbst Pratt & Whitney (Canada) PW308A turbofans Specifications: Wingspan: 18.82 m (61 ft 9 in) Length: 21.18 m (69
Australian philanthropist, Sir Edward Hallstrom, based in Sydney, was well known, amongst other things, for the design, development, production and marketing of the Hallstrom series of refrigerators, which became a by-word for efficiency at the time.
In about 1916 during World War I James Hayden of Narromine, NSW built a light aircraft on his property Acton along the lines of a Bleriot XI with wing warping and powered by two converted motor-cycle engines coupled and driving a single propeller.
The Hawkeye is an ultralight aircraft designed and built by its owner as a one-off aircraft. It was designed as a scale replica of the Piper L-4 observation aircraft and when completed was painted in an overall green colour scheme and markings of a US Army Air Force aircraft in
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In late 1999 Hughes Engineering of Ballina, NSW, announced it proposed to put into production a four-seat kit aircraft designed by students from the University of New South Wales Engineering School, the latter having been commissioned to design the aircraft earlier that year.
The P R Breeze is a single-seat variant of the PR-582 Pocket Rocket using the basic Lightwing fuselage, but fitting it with a single parasol configuration wing and installing a range of Rotax engines, including the Models 582, 503 or 618 two strokes, or the Rotax 912 four-stroke.
The Hummelbird was designed by Maurice ‘Morry’ Hummel, and is marketed by Hummel Aviation of Bryan, Ohio, in kit form as a light single-engine single-seat low-cost fast-build, high-performance aircraft.
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The P-84 Jet Provost was developed as a private venture utilising a considerable proportion of the structure of the piston-engine P-56 Provost, which was then in service with the RAF as a basic trainer.
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