Blackburn Beverley

Country United Kingdom

The Blackburn B-101 Beverley was a 1950s British heavy transport aircraft built by Blackburn and General Aircraft and flown by squadrons of the Royal Air Force Transport Command from 1957 until 1967.

Specifications

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Blackburn Beverley specifications

General

Manufacturer
Hawker Siddeley
Manufactured
1950 - 1958
Country
United Kingdom

Aircraft performance

Engine:
4x Bristol Centaurus 173 radial engine
other: Other
Power:
2,850 HP
Max Cruise Speed:
208 Kts
385 Km/h
Travel range:
3,440 Nm
6,371 Kilometers
Service Ceiling:
16,000 feet
Rate of Climb:
760 feet / minute
3.86meter / second
Take Off Distance:
410 meter - 1,345.13 feet
Landing Distance:
300 meter - 984.24 feet

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
61,235 Kg
134,999 lbs
Max Payload:
20,000 Kg
44,092 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
8,260 gallon
31,267 liter

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About the Blackburn Beverley

The Blackburn B-101 Beverley was a 1950s British heavy transport aircraft built by Blackburn and General Aircraft and flown by squadrons of the Royal Air Force Transport Command from 1957 until 1967. It was notably the only land-based transport airplane built by Blackburn, a company that otherwise primarily built naval fighters.

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