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Angus

A. L. Angus


History

Arthur Leighton Angus, born 9 January 1905 in Sydney, Australia but by then living in Sutton Benger, Chippenham, Wilts, designed and built a monoplane in 1930.The machine crashed on  21 March 1931, killing its designer.

Company References
  1. British Light Aeroplanes, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2000)

 




Project Data top

Project No
Type No
Name
Alternative Name(s)
Year
Spec (Requirement)
Status
Qty
Description
References
     Aquila    1930    Proto  1  1S, 1E light aircraft  1,2,3

Project References
  1. British Civil Aircraft since 1919 Volume 1, A.J. Jackson (Putnam, 2nd Ed., 1973)
  2. British Light Aeroplanes 1920-1940, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume (GMS Enterprises, 2000)
  3. Aeroplane Monthly Magazine, Apr, 1976
  4. Ultralights, The Early British Classics, Richard Riding (Patrick Stephens, 1987)
  5. British Homebuilt Aircraft since 1920, Ken Ellis (Merseyside Aviation Society, 1975)



Production Data

One aircraft only : G-ABIK, c/n 1. First flew February 1931.

   Total Angus Production     1   

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