FAIREY IIIF

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Title: Fairey IIIF

The Fairey III series can trace its origins back to the N.10 floatplane which first flew in 1917. It entered production in 1918 as the Fairey IIIA reconnaissance biplane and the IIIB bomber seaplane. The IIIF was the most prolific variant and entered production in 1926. Of the 964 examples of the III series built, more than two-thirds were the IIIF variant. Examples were still in service as late as 1941 in the target tug role.

This title contains two RAF Air Publication Volume Ones (Descriptive & Servicing Manual) for two variants of the Fairey IIIF. The first is a two-seat variant used by the RAF as a general purpose reconnaissance aircraft, and the second is a three-seat variant used by the Fleet Air Arm. The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.

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This title contains:

  • RAF Air Publication AP 1336 Volume 1, 2nd Edition dated February 1932, covering the Fairey III.F (F.A.A.) 2 seater Fleet Air Arm aeroplanes with Lion XIA engine, with approx. 82 pages plus illustrations. (The handbook covers the construction, rigging and maintenance of the Fairey IIIF (F.A.A.).)
  • RAF Air Publication AP 1351 Volume 1, 2nd Edition dated February 1932, covering the Fairey III.F (G.P.) 2 seater General Purpose aeroplanes with Lion XI.A engine, with approx. 86 pages plus illustrations. (The handbook covers the construction, rigging and maintenance of the Fairey IIIF (G.P.).)