Titles: Vickers Warwick Nos 1 and 2

The Vickers Warwick was a larger heavier version of the Vickers Wellington intended originally to replace the Wellington, but when the RAF standardised on four-engined bombers, was ordered for Coastal Command as an anti-submarine aircraft. It also served as a transport and air-sea-rescue aircraft.

This title for the Vickers Warwick contains the flight manuals (called Pilot’s Notes by the RAF) for most models of the Vickers Warwick plus the maintenance manual for the Warwick ASR1, along with the Aircraft Profile for the Warwick. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Vickers Warwick ASR.1, AP 2068A-PN dated March 1944 with approx. 38 pages.
  • RAF Servicing and Descriptive Handbook for the Vickers Warwick ASR.1, AP 2068A Volume One, dated October 1943 with approx. 361 pages.
  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Vickers Warwick II and V, AP 2068C & E-PN dated October 1945 with approx. 39 pages.
  • RAF Provisional Pilot’s Notes for the Vickers Warwick C.III, AP 2068B-PPN dated May 1944 with approx. 30 pages.
  • Aircraft Profile publication No 229 covering the Vickers-Armstrong Warwick, undated with 24 pages.