Here's the pic I promised. Maybe a touch wierd, but hopefully no too hard.
There is another piccie I intend to use. It will be of a type of plane in common use as over a thousand were built, but its its a VERY hard picture to
ID. Haven't used it this time as I just wanted to give you all fair warning
I believe that is an isometric view, from below, of the Barnaby Wainfan Facetmobile. You can see the speed brake/spoiler that interrupts the airflow
over the lower surface. This acts similar to a trailing edge flap in that the airflow over the upper surface remains attached. This allows flight a
slower airspeeds while allowing more predictable flight characteristics. Here's a movie:
Originally posted by ajsr71
Was just going to say Hawker Siddley 125
I've no idea what it is but it can't be the Hawker Siddley 125, note the tail arrangement, on the mystery aircraft there seems to be very little if
any vertical stabilizer left after the very high horizontal stabilizer (there would be a visible shadow on the starboard horizontal stabilizer...) -
But the HS 125 on the other hand has quite a bit more vert fin left, maybe a bit more than a foot.
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