Title: Boulton-Paul P.111

The Boulton Paul P.111 (also known by its government specification of E.27/46) was designed to test the transonic performance of delta wings. The sole example VT935 first flew in 1950. The aircraft last flew in 1958 but survives as an exhibit at the Midland Air Museum at Coventry.

To maximise value, this title contains the Prototype Notes for both the Boulton-Paul P.111 and another British X-plane, the Hunting H.126. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Manufacturer produced Prototype Notes for the Boulton Paul P.111 (known by its government specification number E.27/46). Originally classified Secret, the manual is undated but revised to 28-4-55 with approx 239 pages.
  • Manufacturer produced Prototype Notes for the Hunting H.126 (known by its government specification number ER. 189D). The manual is undated but revised to Feb 1966 with approx 505 pages.