Britten-Norman Aircraft Preservation Society

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Britten-Norman Aircraft Preservation Society

The Britten-Norman Aircraft Preservation Society is a 1960s British light utility flying machine, provincial carrier and load airplane outlined and initially fabricated by Britten-Norman of the United Kingdom (UK). Still underway, the Islander is one of the top rated business airplane sorts created in Europe. Albeit composed in the 1960s, more than 750 are still in administration with business administrators around the globe. The air ship is additionally utilized by the British Army and police powers in the United Kingdom and is a light transport with more than 30 military flying administrators around the globe. Britten-Norman has sold more than 1,250 airplanes to clients in more than 120 nations. Notwithstanding flying machine producing, the organization additionally performs support, update and repair function and additionally performing sub-contract building and plan work. Beginning flying machine was made at Britten-Norman's industrial facility in the Bembridge, Isle of Wight, UK. After Fairey Aviation acquired the Britten-Norman organization, its Islanders and Trislander air ship were implicit Romania, then delivered to Avions Fairey in Belgium for completing before being traveled to the UK for flight accreditation. The Islander has been underway for over 50 years

The organization fabricates such flying machine as the Islander and the mobilized Defender both of which are able to do short take-off and landing (STOL) operations. The three-engined Trislander is as yet working yet is not as of now being produced. The flying machine are regularly utilized for between island plans. On 11 September 1970, the Trislander model led its lady flight.

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