6 results found
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
Photo ID:643300Submit Correction
View count: 131
Registered 22 July 1930. Cancelled on transfer to Belgian military aviation 18 November 1938.
Registration / Serial:OO-AIQ
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIb-3m
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Sabena
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
Photo ID:643300Submit Correction
View count: 131
Registered 22 July 1930. Cancelled on transfer to Belgian military aviation 18 November 1938.
Registration / Serial:OO-AIQ
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIb-3m
C/n (msn):Not known
Operator Titles:Sabena
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
City / Airport:Mountain View - Moffett Federal Airfield (KNUQ / NUQ)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:634492Submit Correction
View count: 505
I found some small album photos and thought they might be of interest. These were taken at NAS Sunnyvale (which later became NAS Moffett Field) in June 1932 and show a day when the public was allowed in to see the dirigible. For those of us that know Moffett Field it will be a shock to see nothing but a field of dry grass and weeds.
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Aircraft Version:Goodyear ZRS-4
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Mountain View - Moffett Federal Airfield (KNUQ / NUQ)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
City / Airport:Mountain View - Moffett Federal Airfield (KNUQ / NUQ)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Photo ID:634492Submit Correction
View count: 505
I found some small album photos and thought they might be of interest. These were taken at NAS Sunnyvale (which later became NAS Moffett Field) in June 1932 and show a day when the public was allowed in to see the dirigible. For those of us that know Moffett Field it will be a shock to see nothing but a field of dry grass and weeds.
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Aircraft Version:Goodyear ZRS-4
C/n (msn):
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Airport:Mountain View - Moffett Federal Airfield (KNUQ / NUQ)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:William T. Larkins Collection
Registration / Serial:F-ALXC
Aircraft Original Type:Blériot-SPAD S.91
Aircraft Generic Type:Blériot-SPAD S.91
Aircraft Version:Blériot-SPAD S.91/7
C/n (msn):01/4566
City / Airport:Saint-Germain-en-Laye (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:618142Submit Correction
View count: 397
The S.91 was a lightweight fighter design. First flown in December 1931, the S.91/7 was a new prototype with an inverted sesquiplane configuration. The aircraft achieved a record average speed of 309 km/u (192 mph) over a 500-km closed circuit on 2 June 1932. It seems the photo was taken at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, near Paris, that same week - Gerhard Fieseler, the posing pilot, performed at an airshow there on Sunday 5 June with his Fieseler F2 Tiger.
Registration / Serial:F-ALXC
Aircraft Version:Blériot-SPAD S.91/7
C/n (msn):01/4566
City / Airport:Saint-Germain-en-Laye (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:F-ALXC
Aircraft Original Type:Blériot-SPAD S.91
Aircraft Generic Type:Blériot-SPAD S.91
Aircraft Version:Blériot-SPAD S.91/7
C/n (msn):01/4566
City / Airport:Saint-Germain-en-Laye (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Photo ID:618142Submit Correction
View count: 397
The S.91 was a lightweight fighter design. First flown in December 1931, the S.91/7 was a new prototype with an inverted sesquiplane configuration. The aircraft achieved a record average speed of 309 km/u (192 mph) over a 500-km closed circuit on 2 June 1932. It seems the photo was taken at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, near Paris, that same week - Gerhard Fieseler, the posing pilot, performed at an airshow there on Sunday 5 June with his Fieseler F2 Tiger.
Registration / Serial:F-ALXC
Aircraft Version:Blériot-SPAD S.91/7
C/n (msn):01/4566
City / Airport:Saint-Germain-en-Laye (closed)
Country:France
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:Peter de Jong CollectionContact
Registration / Serial:G-AAXE
Aircraft Original Type:Handley Page HP.42
Aircraft Generic Type:Handley Page HP.42/HP.45
Aircraft Version:Handley Page HP.45
C/n (msn):42/7
Operator Titles:Imperial Airways
Aircraft Name:Hengist
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
Photo ID:520548Submit Correction
View count: 320
Registered to Imperial Airways 23 April 1930. First flew 8 Dec.1931. Built originally as an HP.42W (to which model the designation HP.45 was applied in later years but not during their flying lives nor was it reflected in the c/n.) and converted to an HP.42E in 1935. It was destroyed by fire in the airship shed at Drigh Road airfield, Karachi 31 May 1937. Cancelled July 1937.
Registration / Serial:G-AAXE
Aircraft Version:Handley Page HP.45
C/n (msn):42/7
Operator Titles:Imperial Airways
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
Registration / Serial:G-AAXE
Aircraft Original Type:Handley Page HP.42
Aircraft Generic Type:Handley Page HP.42/HP.45
Aircraft Version:Handley Page HP.45
C/n (msn):42/7
Operator Titles:Imperial Airways
Aircraft Name:Hengist
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
Photo ID:520548Submit Correction
View count: 320
Registered to Imperial Airways 23 April 1930. First flew 8 Dec.1931. Built originally as an HP.42W (to which model the designation HP.45 was applied in later years but not during their flying lives nor was it reflected in the c/n.) and converted to an HP.42E in 1935. It was destroyed by fire in the airship shed at Drigh Road airfield, Karachi 31 May 1937. Cancelled July 1937.
Registration / Serial:G-AAXE
Aircraft Version:Handley Page HP.45
C/n (msn):42/7
Operator Titles:Imperial Airways
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
Photo ID:517787Submit Correction
View count: 628
Converted from Westland IV and registered April 1929. Exhibited at the International Aero Exhibition at Olympia July 1929, after which it went to Imperial Airways at Croydon for use by their private hire department. (The photographer described it as a 'four-seater air taxi'). Sold to Air Service Training Ltd, Hamble 24th November 1937. Withdrawn from use at Watchfield 16th August 1940. Cancelled in the census of 1st November 1945.
Registration / Serial:G-AAGW
Aircraft Version:Westland Wessex
C/n (msn):WA.1867
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
Photo ID:517787Submit Correction
View count: 628
Converted from Westland IV and registered April 1929. Exhibited at the International Aero Exhibition at Olympia July 1929, after which it went to Imperial Airways at Croydon for use by their private hire department. (The photographer described it as a 'four-seater air taxi'). Sold to Air Service Training Ltd, Hamble 24th November 1937. Withdrawn from use at Watchfield 16th August 1940. Cancelled in the census of 1st November 1945.
Registration / Serial:G-AAGW
Aircraft Version:Westland Wessex
C/n (msn):WA.1867
City / Airport:London - Croydon (EGGC) (closed)Map
Region / Country:England, United Kingdom
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo by:L. Baker (via Mike Cain)Contact
City / Airport:Dresden - Heller (closed)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:299820Submit Correction
View count: 343
Sturm was the official smoke of the Nazi Party's SA troopers. This is a VL26 three-seater with a widened front cockpit, covered here. Photo by: Walter Hahn / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / Serial:D-2264
Aircraft Version:Klemm VL 26Va
C/n (msn):389
City / Airport:Dresden - Heller (closed)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Airport:Dresden - Heller (closed)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:299820Submit Correction
View count: 343
Sturm was the official smoke of the Nazi Party's SA troopers. This is a VL26 three-seater with a widened front cockpit, covered here. Photo by: Walter Hahn / SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / Serial:D-2264
Aircraft Version:Klemm VL 26Va
C/n (msn):389
City / Airport:Dresden - Heller (closed)Map
Country:Germany
Photo Date:June 1932
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive