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List of Avro Aircraft Types

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Type

Name

Notes

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Roe III Triplane

  • A.V. Roe passes the Royal Aero Club in this aeroplane to gain his Aviators Certificate

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Roe II Triplane

  • Also known as the Mercury

  • First aeroplane to be built at Brownsfield Mill

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Roe I Biplane

  • First full-size aeroplane built by Alliott Verdon-Roe

  • Unofficial first flight 8th June 1908 at Brooklands, Weybridge

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Roe I Triplane

  • A.V. Roe completes first flight in an all British aircraft by a British pilot

  • Flight officially recorded at Lea Marshes, Walthamstow on 13th July 1909

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Roe IV Triplane

  • Used for instruction at the Avro Flying School

  • Many famous pilots gained experience on this aeroplane including Howard Pixton

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Avro Type D

  • Became the first British aeroplane to take off from water on 18th November 1911 at Barrow-in-Furness

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Avro Type E

  • An evolution of the Type D, used by the Avro Flying School at Shoreham

  • One machine was sold to the Lakes Flying Company in Australia

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Avro Type F

  • First aircraft in the world with a fully enclosed cockpit

  • Replica on display at the Avro Heritage Museum

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Avro Type G

  • Designed for the Military Aeroplane Competition of August 1912

  • Awarded £100 for completing all the tests

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500

500

  • Evolution of the Type E

  • Most successful Avro aeroplane to date

  • New numerical classification begun

  • Ordered by the War Office

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