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Handley page Type O

47.8k Noman0rumeral  3.1 years ago

The design of the series of aircraft began shortly after the outbreak of the First World War as a result of meetings between theRoyal Navy's Director of the Air Department, Captain Murray Sueter and Frederick Handley Page.

Sueter requested "a bloody paralyser of an aircraft" for long-range bombing.


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*VTOL swivels all guns

*AG-7-8 for lights

*It comes with plenty of views

*Take off speed is 55mph

*The best way to steer is sligjtly banking by about 15° then leveling (no crazy maneuvers)

*don't go nose up by more than 30° if you dont wanna stall

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The Handley Page Type O was an early biplane bomber used by Britain during the First World War. At the time, it was the largest aircraft that had been built in the UK and one of the largest in the world. It was built in two major versions, the Handley Page O/100 (H.P.11) and Handley Page O/400(H.P.12).

The impression made by the Type O was such that for many years after the war, any large aircraft came to be called a "Handley Page" in Britain and entered the dictionary as such.

Thank you & enjoy

General Characteristics

  • Successors 1 airplane(s)
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 130.6ft (39.8m)
  • Length 70.6ft (21.5m)
  • Height 18.3ft (5.6m)
  • Empty Weight 15,479lbs (7,021kg)
  • Loaded Weight 21,749lbs (9,865kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.055
  • Wing Loading 6.2lbs/ft2 (30.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 3,496.5ft2 (324.8m2)
  • Drag Points 18580

Parts

  • Number of Parts 225
  • Control Surfaces 25
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    @Unstable Thank you so very much

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    2,385 Unstable

    Wow! I love the look of World War One bombers and you really did an amazing job on this! Also I took it off at 80 mph because it looks more realistic with how much runway is used but still the plane looks and feels great!! Great work my friend!

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    @Smokehouse03 thank you sir

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    Good WW1 aircraft. Flys really good.

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    86.1k ForeverPie

    @Noman0rumeral Anytime!

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    @ForeverPie @Himynameiswalrus @PlanesOfOld haha thanks

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    86.1k ForeverPie

    Handly Page type WOAH!

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    Very nice!

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    41.1k PlanesOfOld

    Well done for quoting one of the most British things I have ever heard!

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    @ccooper @CL4TRP thank you. and thats a shame

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    14.2k CODENAMEBOB

    Flies very well. I had an idea for a plane that looked like this, but I never got around to building it

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