Vickers Windsor

Manufacturer Vickers-Armstrongs
Country United Kingdom

The Vickers Windsor was a Second World War British four-engine heavy bomber, designed by Barnes Wallis and Rex Pierson at the Vickers-Armstrongs factory at Brooklands.
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General

Manufacturer
Vickers-Armstrongs
Manufactured
1943 - 1944
Country
United Kingdom

Aircraft performance

Engine:
4x Rolls-Royce Merlin 65 liquid-cooled V12 engine
Piston
Power:
1,315 HP
Max Cruise Speed:
275 Kts
509 Km/h
Travel range:
2,510 Nm
4,649 Kilometers
Service Ceiling:
27,250 feet
Rate of Climb:
1250 feet / minute
6.35meter / second

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
24,545 Kg
54,112 lbs
Max Payload:
6,980 Kg
15,388 lbs

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About the Vickers Windsor

The Vickers Windsor was a Second World War British four-engine heavy bomber, designed by Barnes Wallis and Rex Pierson at the Vickers-Armstrongs factory at Brooklands.

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