Titles: Percival P50 Prince & P66 Pembroke No’s 1 to 3

The Percival Prince was a twin-engined high-winged light transport aircraft first flown in 1948. It was developed from the earlier smaller Merganser aircraft which was unable to be produced due to a lack of available suitable engines. Several different series of civil versions were produced in small numbers. Three variants were used as land-based transports and trainers by the British Royal Navy. A total of 75 examples of all variants were built.

An improved model with a longer wing span and greater weight was known as the President for the civil market, and the Pembroke in the military market. The RAF used theirs for thirty years, and they were supplied to several other air arms. A total of 128 were built.

We offer three titles which include flight manuals and a maintenance manual for the Prince/Pembroke series. Each title is US$9.95. The first title covers Percival Prince civil variants, and the second title covers the military variants of the Prince. The third title covers Pembroke military flight manuals. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



Title 1 contains:

  • Manufacturers Maintenance Manual, which includes Pilots Notes, for the Percival Prince Series III and IV. Undated but amended to AL44 dated June 1962, with approx. 580 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s detailed brochure for the Percival Prince, includes the military and survey versions, undated with approx. 98 pages.

Title 2 contains:

  • Royal Navy Pilots Notes for the Sea Prince T.1, AP 4319B-PN (AP 101B-2601-15) 3rd Edition dated June 1966 with approx 117 pages.
  • Royal Navy Pilots Notes for the Sea Prince C.2, AP 4319C-PN 1st Edition dated November 1953, with approx 56 pages.

Title 3 contains:

  • Manufacturers Pilots Notes for the Percival Pembroke C.51 as used by the Belgian Air Force, undated with approx 50 pages.
  • RAF Pilots Notes for the Pembroke C & C(PR)1, AP 4384A-PN 3rd Edition dated September 1964, with approx 139 pages.